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Between Calvert and St. Paul streets, 
NEAR THE BATTLE MONUMENT, BALTIMORE. 




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(LATE INSTROCTOR IN DICKINSON INSTITCmON CARLISLE, PA.) 

Respectfully informs the public that he will re-open his Select Institute for Ladies, 
on Monday, the 2d of September next. 



MODIFICATIONS. 

Limited to forty pupils. Lectures delivered on the Sciences at stated periods 
through the Sessions. Government mild yet inflexible. Vacation, four weeks in 

August. 



SESSIONS. 



I. From 1st of Sept. to 23d of Nov. 
II. From 24th of Nov. to 16th of Feb. 



III. From 17th of Feb. to 11th of May. 

IV. From 12 May to 4 Aug. — all inclusive 



TERMS. 



ENGLISH LITERATURE, - - -per sessioii, $ 15 00 

Ancient and Modem LANGUAGES, DRAWING, PAINTING, 
MUSIC, Vocal and Instrumental, at the usual rates, additional. 
Proportionate reductions made for pupils entering after the opening of a session. 
Text Books, &c. furnished, if required, at the customary prices. 



With an experience of more than twenty years, as a teacher of both ladies and 
gentlemen, with the u liform approvals he has received — the eligibility of his Aca- 
demy — the facilities it offers, and with the intention judiciously to promote the ac- 
quisition of useful and polite learning, and faithfully to guard the morals of his pupils, 
Mr. Hey pres>'nts himself before the public as a candidate for a portion of its patron- 
age — hoping not only to receive, but to deserve its support. 

QS^A few pupils will be received as boarders, at $50 per session — tuition included. 



BaUimore, August, 1839. 



Bishop Waugh, Baltimore, 

Rev. J. P. Durdin, Pres Dickin. Col. Carlisle 

Rev. G. G. Cookraan, Washington, D. C. 

Rev. S. A. Roszel, Carlisle, Pa. 

Rev. R. Emory, " 

Prof. M. Caldwell, « 

Rev. John M'Clintock, Philad. 

Hon. C. B. Penrose, Speaker Senate Pa» 

Hon. C. M'Clure, M. C. Carlisle, Pa. 

J. L. Carey, Esq. « 

Judge Hepbume, " 



ces : 

Geo. A. Lvon, Esq. Pres. Carlisle bk. 
, G. W. Nabb, Esq. Baltimore. 
Rev. Dr. Roberts, " 

Dr. J. B. Owens, " 

Rev. Dr. T. E. Bond, '• 
Rev. C. B. Tippett, " 
Rev. J. Poisal, « 

Mr. Alex. Yearly, " 

Mr. Fielder Israel, " 
Mr. Alex. Kirkland, « 
Mr. Christian Keener, '* 



(for young gentlemen,) 
C1ZARXZ2S STREJST. 

Opposite St. Paul's Church. 



This Institution was opened May 1, 1839, in the commodious roems in which Dr. 
J. N. BAXTER, previously conducted a Classical and Scientific School. The 
Chemical, Philosophical and Astronomical Apparatus is extensive and well selected. 
The plan of the Institute emhraces all the branches of a complete English education, 
with the Latin, Greek, French, Spanish and German languages. Lessons in the 
Modem Languages are given daily. 

Scholars in the Classical or Mathematical Department, who enter for the year, 
will not be charged extra for the Modem Languages ; but those who attend only by 
the quarter, will be charged the usual extra rate of $8 per qaarter. 

In addition to the branches whieh have been tausrht heretofore, a class will meet 
on every Saturday, in tlie forenoon, in Arcliitectural Drawing. Those who desire 
it will have an opportunity of pursuing their studies during the Summer holidays. 
A record will be kept of every recitation, and the pupils who may have recited the 
largest number of perfect lessons in their respective classes, during the year, will 
have suitable premiums awarded them at the expiration of the Summer Term. Ar- 
rangements have been made with the different Professors of the Institute, to accom- 
modate a limited number of pupils with board. It is concei\ed that this plan will 
greatly aid those of tender years, and will also be free from the objections which 
usually appertain to extensive boarding establishments. 

The Preparatory Department of the Instiiute, has been removed to the South- 
west corner of Eutaw and Mulberry streets, and is entirely under the care and super- 
mtendence of H. J. NORTON, an able and experienced Teacher. 

The pupils in this Department have the privilege of attending the Course of Lec- 
tures on Astronomy, Chemistry, and Natural Philosophy. 

The duties of instruction for the ensuing scholastic year, will be resumed with 
many advantages under the new arrangement for the acquisition of knowledge, on 
Monday, the 30lh of August, 1841, and close on the third Friday in July, 1842. No 
deduction will be made for absence. 

5l^ Parents and Guardians who wish to examine the rooms, or enter pupils, will 
receive every attention upon calling at the Preparatory School Room, at the Institute 
in Courtland street, or at the residence of Dr. John N. Baxter, on the east side of 
Saint Paul-st. third door south of Saratoga st., between the hours of 9 a. M.and 12 Mc 



terms: 

For Reading, Spelling, Geography, English Grammar, ?^io 00 per quarter. 

Anthmetic and WrUmg, - - - - S r t 

Mathematical Department, ----- 15 00 " 

Classical Department, ------ 15 00 " 

Stationery, --- 100 " 

Fuel, _------ --2 00 per season. 

^^ A deduction of $10 will be made on the bills of those who enter for the year 
and pay half yearly ui advance. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

J. B. BURLEIGH, A. M. Principal. 

A. FREITAG, LL. D. Professor of German Literature. 

J. C. RDBINSON, Professor of Landscape Drawing and Paintings 

JOSHUA W. GIL I J, Professor of Architectural Drawing. 

H. J. NORTON, Instructor in English. 

W. E. ELLIOTT, " " 

August 16, 1841. 



MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER, 



AT THEIR 



STEAM SAW MILL, 
West Falls •Avenue J City Blocks 

Respectfully inform their friends and the public, that they continue to 
Manufacture all kinds of LUMBER, viz: 

White and Yellow Pine Girders^ Rafters^ Joist^ 

Scantlings Boat Boards^ Decking Plank^ 

Slats for Blinds^ Sash and Door Stuffs 

White Oak Plank and Boards, 

Suitable for House and Ship Carpenters, Millwrights and Boat Builders. 

f^ White and Yellow Pine, and White Oak Timber 
bought and sold. 



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(late T. palmer & CO.) 

FURNISHING WAREROOMS, 

No. 108, BALTIMORE STREET, 

Importers of French and German Looking Glasses, 

Cutl«ry, Plated, Japaiied and Fancy Hardiv^are; 

AND 

Mmnfattnx$x9 of C^ilt toork, in all its mxutks. 




abana CtgardFactotg, 

No. 119i BALTIMORE STREET, 

(Opposite the Museam,) 

B A Ii T I IME O B. E . 

|C^ Constantly on hand, an assortment of CIGARS, CAVENDISH 
TOBACCO and SNUFFS. Also, FANCY ARTICLES in his line of 
business, — all of which will bs sold. Wholesale or Retail, at reasona- 
ble prices. 

Steam Turning Establishment 

IN BALTIMORE. 



LEWIS G. CURLETT, 

At his Old Siand^ the Bazaar^ Harrison street. 

Respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he con- 
tinues to carry on THE TURNING BUSINESS, in all its various 
branches, at the above place, where he would be happy to wait on all 
who may favor him with their custom. Sawing, such as Ripping and 
Scroll Work, on his usual terras, and will guarantee his work shall 
be low, and as well done as at any other establishment in the city. 

Hat and Bonnet Blocks, and Pattern-making. 

ICJ^ All kinds of Lumber in his line, always kept on hand, such as 
Poplar for Columns, Maple for Bannisters, Newels, seasoned Gum for 
Hubbs, Lignumvitae for Balls, &c. &c &c. 

Ready turned bed-posts kept constantly on hand. 

Wood Screws, of all sizes, always on hand. 



Mineral Water Establishment, 

MONUMENT SQUARE. 

All kinds of Mineral Water Syrups prepared and for 
sale as above. 



SUPERIOR 

NONPAREIL WRITING INK, 



PREPARED ONLY BY 



And Sold by Stationers, Generally. 

(j^ This Ink by being excluded from the air, appears 
pale when first opened, but will turn black after having 
been written with, or by exposure to the air in an ink- 
stand. 

The Manufacturer warrants this Ink to be equal, if 
NOT Superior, to any in the World. 




Watchmaker f FN »& Jeweller 



At his Old Established Stand, 

STo. 1, Water Street, Head of Cheapside, 

Takes this method to inform his customers that he is now receiving 
and manufacturing WATCHES of the finest workmanship, Silver 
Table and Tba Spoons, Castors, Britannia Ware, Spec- 
tacles, Pencil Cases, Gold and Silver Guard Chains, 
Breastpins, Finger Rings, German Silver Spoons. 

30 HOURS AND EIGHT DAY CLOCKS, with a variety of other 

useful articles, which will be sold at low prices. 
Watches, Jewelrt and Silver Ware of every descriptioa 

properly repaired and warranted. 
ICF* The highest prices given for old Silver and Gold, in goods or Cash. 
iC?" My country friends are particularly invited to call and examine 

my goods. 

Storey 1 Water street, head of Cheap side, Baltimore, 



CHARLES SISCO, 

No. 71, Baltimore Street, opposite Holliday, 

Manufacturer of 

[F[^OINI©iii, T^iilLii, ©@^©I1={1 L^(D!Ei> 

Fly n'ets, Regalia for Societies, Hair Work, 
MIIilTARY A]\D FANCY TRI3I31INOS. 



INCLUDING HOSIERY, GLOVES, YARNS, &,C. 




WMILiL© & MIILILIIJE, 
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS, 

City Slock— Baltimore. 

Orders for High and Low Pressure Steam Engines, and Cast- 
ings of every description for Flour Mills, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills and 
Cotton Factories; Cotton Press Screws, Mill Screws of all descriptions, 
Tobacco Presses, Sugar Pans and Horse Powers, and Castings of every 
description, made promptly to order. 

(from PARIS,) AT HIS 

General Dying Establishment^ 

No. 102, N. HOWARD STREET, 

Is prepared to Dye and finish all kinds of Woollen, Silk or Cottoa 
Goods, in all the staple, or general fancy colours required, in the mo»t 
faithful manner, with despatch, and on the most reasonable terma- 



SAMUEL. M. L.AWDER, 

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Attends promptly to the collection of all accounts placed in his bands. 

RESIDSIVCE 

One door from E. Baltimore street. 



William Reaney, Esq. Dr. Jacob Jennings, 

Charles F. Mayer, Esq. Major Joshua Dryden. 

St. George W. Teacle, Esq. 



Woolen Draper and Tailor, 

THIRD DOOR EUTAW HOUSE, 

BALTIMORE. 

JVicholas D. Ruckle. 



JAMES CORTLAN, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 









Importer and Dealer in 

Tin Plate, 8ilTer Plated, German SilTer, 

AND 



Waiters, Lamps, Cutlery, Fancy Hardware, &>c. &c» 

All of which he will sell, Wholesale or Retail, on the moat 
reasonable terms, at his stores, 

JVb. 10, Baltimore and JVo. 6, Harrison sts. 



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^iis#s« AmMs^i^<&sr<^« 



SADDLER, 




AND 




Harness Maker, 

JVo. 16, JV. Ltiherty Street, MMaltimore, 

Keeps constantly for sale every description of SADDLES, BRIDLES, 
HARNESS, and every other article in his line, at the lowest prices. 



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JOSEPH C. ARMOUR, 

HOUSE, SIGN, AND FANCY PAINTER, 

0. ^. rorner of §oiiibavi anb fa^cttt sts., 

Imitates every species of Wood and Stone. Executes Ban- 
ners, Transparencies, &c. Also, While Polishing, 
in a superior style. 





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SASH & BLIND FACTORY. 



Are now prepared to manufacture by machinery all kinds of Window 
Sashes, Blinds and Doors, and will execute all orders in the above 
line at the shortest notice. All work warranted of the best quality, 
and from 20 to 50 per cent, cheaper than can be obtained at any other 
establishment in the state 

Also, all kinds of Wood Turning done at short notice and on 
reasonable terms. Orders from all parts of the country promptly at- 
tended to. 

Cmnton, Baltimore^ May 14<A, 1842. 



WILLIAM BRIDGES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

No. 225, Market Street, Baltimore. 

Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of Articles, such as 

ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, PRUNES, FIGS, DATES, CITRON, 

soft and hard shell almonds, shelled almonds, English walnuts, 

FILBERTS, PALM NUTS, COCOA NUTS, &C. 

Also, Confectionary, both Plain and French, in all its varieties, and 
a choice assortment of Preserves, such as Limes, Pine Apple, Ginger, 
Guava Fruit, Guava Jelly, &c. 

Country Merchants and others who buy to sell again, are invited to 
call and examine his stock before purchasing. 



AUGUSTUS P. SHUTT, 

FANCY AND WINDSOR 




No. 10, BTORTH GAV STRSST, 

1 ^ L T D [Ml © [g E a 

Constantly on hand, and finishes to order, CHAIRS of every variety. 

BRASS AND IRON FOUNDER, 

Corner ofXhanies and Fell streets, 

fell's point, BALTIMORE, 

Manufactures ail kinds of work for vessels; such as 

Capstans, Steering Wheel work, Rudder Braces, Composition Spikes, 
Companion and Port Hinges, Ship and Binnacle Bells, Iron and Brasa 
Sheaves, Hawser Pipes, Hoisting Machines, Deck Irons, Windlaes 
Castings, of various sizes, &c. &c. 

ICZP All kioda of Repairing done with despatch. 



10 

L.. BIERBOWER, 

^^^^ WW^^W ^^^W^ ^^i^^W ^^^ ^^^ ^V^ ^W^^P ^ni^F ^^^p ^^^^V ^^^^P ^^^^P WV 3u 

Between Howard and Eutaw streets, 

BAZiTHMZORE. 

Idp* All work in his line done lower than at any other place in the 
city, and warranted to please. 




FRANCIS A. FRANCISCO, 

(Successor to Selway and Musgrave) 

JVo. 58, HttUitnore l^treet^ 

NEXT DOOR TO H. W. BOOl's AUCTION STORE, 

Has for sale an extensive assortment of Saddles, Bridle-heads, Reins, 
Martingals, Harness, Trunks, Blind-bridles, Halters, &c. 





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No. 61, IVest FAY-ETTZ: STREET, 

JVear Liberty^ Baltimore, 

BALLS and PARTIES supplied with Cakes, Fruit and Coir- 
fKCTioNARY, &c. of all kinds, and of the best quality, 

Superior HOME-MADE BREAD, PIES, &c. 



11 

L (DIEl^lMlll & ©©Kip 

Wholesale and Retail 

LUMBER MERCHANTS, 

Yards on the Union Dock, and at the corner of the York 
and Harford avenues, 0. T. 

Keep, in addition to their stock of BtJiLDiNG and Shipping Lum- 
ber, a supply of every description of ALBANY LUMBER, used by 
Coach, Cabinet, Chair and Trunk Makers, and others. 

ORDERS from a distance will receive prompt attention, and Lumber 
forwarded by Vessel or Rail Road. 



Joshua Creamer 
David Creame 



ER,> 

R. 5 




DUVALL & MACCUBBIN, 

mim in ^m^tdi 

NO. 1, E. FAYETTE STREET, 

Next to Mechanics' Bank, 

IjETTErijVG in every variety, 

^/(potcde & at^n^ma, ^tazena, ^uatnO', S^c. 

Cabinet, €l)air & 0ofa iHanufatturer, 

FAYETTE STREET, 

(Opposite the Assembly Rooms,) 

113 <^:^ ixa ^:p n ^^:)cz C£:> si s:^=» 



|C3^0n hand, and constantly manufacturing FURNITURE of every 
description, of superior style and workmanship, — equal to any in the 
city, on reasonable terms. 

All kinds of UPHOLSTERY WORK, VENITION BLINDS, &c. 
made to order, with neatness and despatch. 



12 
THE CELEBRATED 

IBaMaim©iFO IPsittoimtt ]FIi(0)(0)ir (D]l(S)ttIk©^ 

(oil cloth carpets,) 

Are manufactured of all dimensinns, without seams, and in a great va- 
riety of splendid and plain patterns, at the establishment 

Corner of Trait and market sts., F- P. 

And for sale at the warehouse, in 

Between Baltimore and Lombard, 

Where they may be had at all times ready for use. Also, Carriage 
and Portrait Cloth. 

DENISON, CONAIN & Co. 

TURNER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE, 

"®o S» §0 ©Iksiffllos st. 



Have constantly for sale a general assortment of 

W*riting, Printing, A* lW*rapping Papers, 

At manufacturers' prices. 

Baltimore GOLD AND TIN FOIL Manufactory. 

GOLD BZSATER, 

Respectfully informs the Dental Surgeons of the United States, that he 
continues to manufacture Gold and Tin Foil of the very finest quality. 

References: — 

Prof. Chapin A. Harris, M. D. Surgeon Dentist, \ 

- H H.HaydenM.D.SfSon, do. f Baltimore. 

Enoch JVoyes, M. D. do. C 

Leonard Mackall, M. D. do, ) 

His Gold has also received the «j9j9ro6afionof the Americaw So- 
ciety OF Dental Surgeons. In addition to Gold Foil, he keeps 
Gold Plate, and Wire, and a good assortment of Stockton's best Incor- 
ruptible Teeth, at manufacturer's prices, together with every descrip- 
tion of Dental Files. 

69J Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. 



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Lottery and Exchange Broker, 

?^. 5^ VQPozm Sa/ver^ ^ttzee^^ 

At the corner of the City Hotel, 



14 

JOHN GILDEA, 

Four doors from Lombard^ Baltimore^ 

Manufacturer of 
Of every size and description, warranted, — also 

WHEAT FANS, 

Of the most approved construction, and all the late improvements. 
WIRE SIEVES, and WOVE WIRE, of all numbers, suitable for 
Mill Works, &c. &c. kept constantly for sale on pleasing terms. 

BELLOWS, WHEAT FANS, &c. repaired at shortest notice. 

THOMPSONIAN PRACTITIONER, 

OFFICE AND DWELLING 

BAZiTISlIOB.EI. 

|C3=» Invalids from a distance can be accommodated at his Dwelling. 
Has Removed his 

Coach, (rig, and Stage Lamp Factory, 

TO 

SX£ SI 3^ a cs> iSi ^3 a l?^ c^ (^ a a 
Between Park and Howard, Baltimore, Md. 

Back of where he formerly kept; 

Where he intends keeping a large and general assortment of articles in 
his line always on hand, as low as they can be purchased Wholesale 
or Retail, in any of the Eastern cities. 



15 



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9 

MOROCCO MANUFACTURER, 

Adjoining the Bridge, 
Keeps constantlj^ on hand a general assortment of 

Black and Coloured Morocco, Undressed Morocco, Boot 

Morocco, Black and Coloured Skivers, Bark Skivers, 

Hatters^ Linings, Yelloio, White and Pink 

Linings, also Book Binders^ Leather, of 

all kinds. Stock Binding, ^c. Sfc. 




Manufacturer of 

CM/batK'Cm/atical/ ana ^ iiilo^ofiliicai Jni^iiumenii^^j 
ZVo. 53, South Street, Baltimore. 

Engineers' and Navigators' Instruments of every kind, with Charts, 
Books, &c. constantly on hand. Philosophical and Chemical Appa- 
ratus, for College and School use, in illustration of Experimental Science. 






GROCER, 

▲NO 

Flour and Produce Dealer, 

N. ®. corner of (Greene ^ fL$]cmQton struts, 



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2^JiSJf5ST 1]?3IgSIB5EM<ilLS?fi 



IMPORTER or 



(German an6 Ixmtl) jTancy C^oobs- 



German woolen and cotton Hosiery, linen and cotton Tapes, Musical 
Instraments, Looking Glasses, Scissors, Knitting Pins, Skates, Toys, etc. 



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Opposite the ^-^ Eutaw House, 

113 ,:^^. i:^ ^cp 12 ^:^ cc:> si im<^ 



Smoke! Smoke!! Smoke!!! 

The subscriber most respectfully informs his friends and the public 
generally, that he is prepared for the CURING OF SMOKING 
CHIMNIES, in all their varieties. Warranted cure or no pay. 

[SD(DMi^[^[D) W^L©[H!, 

No. 37j Centre Market Space. 
Beferenres : 



Mr. John McTavish, H. B. M. 

Mr. Edward Boyle, 

Mr Georgn Peters, 

Mr. Elias Thompson, 

Com. Nicholson, U. S. N. 

Mr. Joseph Perigoy, 

Mr. Francis Daw, 

Mr. John Sikis, 

Col. Mosher, 

Mr Deford, 

Mr. Jacob Grafflin, 

Capt. Maynadier, U. S. Arsenal, 

Mrs. Stinson, 

Mr. Charles Keenan, 



Mr. John Zell, 

Mis. Stevenson, 

Mr. Peter Wilson, 

Mr. Murray, 

Capt John Hanney, 

Mr. Shaw, late keeper Lazaretto, 

Messrs. Bolton & Glanville, 

Mrs. Wilkins, 

Mr. John Prttenson, 

Mr. A. Blakeney, 

Mr. Richard Croxall, 

Mr. Wm. Harrison, 

Mr. George CosS; 

Mrs. Bizouard. 



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ipomi'mA]!^ iPAHMTMiE, 



Xto. 142, Vt. SVTAW STUSXiT, 



Nsar Ross street. 



BALTIMORE. 



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P. C. CLAUGHTON, 

^^. A-, ^ouiu ^a/m^i ^iieely 

Is always prepared to receive Boarders by the da}^, 
week or year. 



18 




(from geneva,) 
JVb. 1 1 1 South Streety Baltimore. 



iCIp' Watches and Clocks of every description carefully repaired and 
warranted. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND AN ASSORTMENT OF 

^iSeAyetj ^ithiexj otScbiJte avw Uctti/cal VUaimei>i 

Also, an assortment of 

TXTatch IVEakers' Tools and IVCaterials; 

^^]i(S)Wi ©I? AiLiL ^11^31^5 EiAnm ^mm maum iiPiasM©©, 

CYLINDERS, AND ESCAPEMENT WHEELS, 

Jewels, Gold and Steel Hands, Cast Steel Files, Sfc. 

|C[P Country Merchants and Watch Makers promptly supplied at 
New York prices. 



Important to 




the Public. 



SUPERIOR BEAVER, BRUSH, RUSSIA, MOLESKIJV, 
FUR AJ\rD SILK HATS, 

^T [E 1 E) lU] © i P lP[SD(DE©o 

The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he constantly 
keeps a general assortment of the above named Hats, of the best materials and work- 
manship, which he will sell low for cash. He feels assured that nothing is wanted 
to make the public buy but to call and see for themselves, as there can be no fault in 
price or quality. If you want good articles, be particular to call at 

JVo. S4, jr. EUTJilV STREET, 

Third door, and second Hat Store from Lexington street 

SAMUEL C. RIDGAWAY. 



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Successor to OTIS SPEAR, 
WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

PAPER, SHOES, HATS, fiLc. 

JVo. 21, South Charles street^ 

BALTIMORE, MD. 




FROM PARIS, 

L.ADIES' FANCY STORE, 

AND 

Cliildreii's Ready Made Clothing. 

No. 8, HOLLIDAir STB.ISZST, 

(A few doors from Baltimore street,) 
Has constantly on hand a general assortment of Ladies' Caps, Capes, 
Collars, Children's Clothes, Perfumery, and Fancy Articles, of 
the new Parisian style. 

Madame Brun can also execute any order that she may be honored 
with at the shortest notice, 

SHIPSMITH AND MACHINIST, 

O'DonnelFs Wharf! 

Continnes his business in all its branches. He solicits the continaance 
of his friends' and the pablic's custom, as it is his determinatioa to di»- 
pose of his work on the most moderate terms. 



20 

AUCUSTIN CROYEAU, 

IMPORTER or 

iTrjencI) anb ^nglisl) JJerfumers, Combs, ^t. 

And manufacturer of every description of 

©MS^AMIEM^J^IL IHI.i^SIE W03EIE, 

Such as Wigs, Toupeesy Braids, CwrZs, &c. all of which he warrants 
to be made of the very best materials, and by first rate workmen. 

|C7** Country merchants will always find, ready made, an extensive 
assortment of the above articles, which will be sold on pleasing terms. 




IVest Pratt Street, 

Opposite Baltimore and Ohio, Philadelphia and Washing- 
ton Rail Road Depots, 

baziTXm:ob.e. 

Idr* Meals on the arrival of the Cars. Boarding and Lodging for 
300 persons. 

Patent Lever Lock Factory, 

JJerrs Street, 2b hoot from 0I)arp, 

Between Camden and Conway sts. Baltimore. 

F. Vogt manufactures all kinds of Brass and Iron Locks and Bolts, 
for Banks, Vaults, Prisons, Stores and Dwelling Houses, Ships and 
Steam Boats. Orders in the above like will be thankfully received and 
promptly attended to. 



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Respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he con- 
tinues to manufacture at the above stand, every article of 

€opptr, ®in au5 Sl)eet Jfron toare: 

ALSO, 

COPPER, TIN AND ZINC ROOFING, 

In the most improved and substantial manner. 

CHANDLERS' MOULDS, and other articles in their line, manu- 
factured to order on the most reasonable terms. 



IS^o. 20, Santl) dLaivcxt Street, 

Importer and Dealer in 

mm ij[iJ!Bi2iia) mid mmim 

And Manufacturer of 

LASTS AND SHOE TOOLS, 

AND LABORATORY OF 

TH@M[F©@lNia^lKl IM1[D)0(DDINI1 



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mmm 13. umim & u^, 

(Late T. Fenton Hamilton & Co. ) 
^'0. 172, Baltimore st.^ between Charles ^ St. Paul sts. 

Have constantly for sale an assortment of 

g IP M (D ^ A (D IL li S p 

Mathematical and Optical Instruments, Thermometers, 
Barometers, Spy Glasses, &c. &c. 

Spectacles and Tliermometers repaired. New Glasses Jilted to Spectacle frames. 

Their Spectacles will always be furnished with Glasses of the best quality, and 
particular attention will be given as to the focus best adapted to the sight of tlie 
wearer, as great injury often resuts from an injudicious selection of glasses, or from 
the use of those of an inferior quality. 

Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles, by the dozen, well assorted in sights. 



GENERAL AUCTIONEERS 

ANP 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

cTaEe ^/i900in6 q)to. 2^, O, ^fi<atEe6 6fc. 



W. C. & Co. attend to sales of Re at. and Personal. Estates, 
such as Houses, Lots, Lands and Tenements, Horses, Carriages, Ves- 
sels, Stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Guns, Pistols, Plated 
Ware, Watches and Jewelry, Furniture, China, Glass and Queens- 
ware. They will give their especial attention to the arranging and 
disposal of Furniture at private houses. 

All sales at auction will be made by J. B. Cannon in person. 

Liberal advances in bankable money can at all times be obtaiDed oa 
goods, when consigned to them for Public Sale. 



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DEALER IN 

Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, &c. 

At the intersection of the 

YORK AND HARFORD AVENUES, 

Opposite J. Creamer & Son's Lumber Yard. 

AH orders will be promptly attended to and executed at the shortest 
notice. 




Merchant Tailors, 

Opposite the Western Bank, 

BALTIMORE. 



ROBERT HAYS, 









Gay Street, opposite the Exchange, 

Id^ All orders tbankrnlly received and punctaallj attended to. 



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RICHARDSON & JONES, 



DEALERS IN 



r^zencn, ^zdidnj K%ic/ia Sf K^bmeiicun 












WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

JVo. 21, BALTIMORE STREET, 

Third door below Frederick street. 
E, Arnold Richardson. Wm. Jones, Jr. 



No. 



^^m^ 



BOOT AND P( SHOE MAKER 




70- 



Lexington ''"^ Street, 

Next door to Dr. Chapman's, 



BRYSON GIL.L,, 




tnihii 



N. W. corner of Hanover and Lombard streets, 



BALVISMtOXlB. 



25 

IRON FOUNDRY & SMITH SHOP, 



FIVE DOORS N. OF PRATT. 



The undersigned having purchased ihe interest of the late George 
Gillingham, in the patent for manufacturing the celebrated 

which has given such general satisfaction, respectfully infornns the offi- 
cers of Rail-road companies and others, that he continues the mana- 
factore of the above article of a superior quality. Also, every descrip- 
tion of 

Plain and Ornamental Castings^ 

Also, Mill Work, Screws, Railings, Gratings, Vault- 
doors, and Wrought Iron Work generally. 

ICJ^* He most respectfully solicits patronage. 

GODDARD RABORG, 

Of the late firm of Gillingham & Raborg. 



T. BUTIiER 



W. Pratt gBfe-^ «^^ Street 



Third door E. of Sharp street, 

Continues to manufacture and keep constantly on hand, his much ad- 
mired Dress BOOTS at Three Dollars per pair. Also, Interlined Water 
Proof, warranted equal to any in the city, at Four Dollars per pair. 
Cork Soled, best quality, Five Dollars per pair, a handsome and dura- 
ble article, much approved by gentlemen who have tried them. BOOTS 
FOOTED, in the neatest manner, at $2. 50 — Nullifiers and I.ace Boots 
at proportionate low prices. Ladies', Boys', and Children's BOOTS 
and SHOES, very low and good. JVow manufacturing. Coarse Lace 
BOOTS, suitable for farm hands and others, at L50, full nailed if de- 
sired, very superior. No extra charge for taking measure. The public 
are respectfully invited to call and examine for themselves. 

THOMAS BUTLER. 




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L. GOULEY'S Vegetable Medicinal Store, 

lijGOULEY'sir^ 
g^iCINES!!? 

Ab. 211 BALTIMORE STREET, 

Nearly opposite the Centre Market, Baltimore. 

The following articles may be had at the above establishment, either 
WHOLESALE OF RETAIL, with directions for their use: 

Gouley's Vegetable Bitters, so well known through- 
oat the United States for their healing qualities. 

Gouley's celebrated Cough Drops, which have 
cured thousands of cases of Whooping Cough, of the most aggravat- 
ed nature. 

Gouley's Preparation for the cure of Cancer, 

which has effected some of the most astonishing cures known in this 
or any other country. 

Gouley's Anti-Bilious Pills. 

Gouley's Erasive Sublimate, an excellent article 

for extracting grease from Cloths and Silks. 

Gouley's Vegetable Tooth Paste, for the preserv- 
ation of the Teeth and Gums, an excellent article. 

TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OP 



Beards Oil, 
Antique Oil, 
Circassian Oil, 



Tooth Powder, 
Hair Brushes, 
Tooth do. 



Cologne Water, 
Florida do. 
Rose do. 

Shaving Soaps, <^'C. SfC. Sfc. 
Nearly all of the above articles are manufactured by the subscriber, 

and WARRANTED GENUINE. 

ICJ^Orders carefully and expeditiously put up and forwarded to any 
part of the country. 

Louis Gouleye 



C^ SI liS^i cH c^ isi C^ca> ^;^ s^^a 

WEST SIDE HANOVER MARKET. 

Will execute orders in his line at shortest notice. 



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At their old established stand, 

Corner of liombard and Frederick sis. 

Respectfully inform their friends and ihe public generally that they are 
always ready to furnish them with first rate 

For journies, on reasonable terms. They will also furnish for funerals, 
Hearse and Stages, and in every instance one or both will attend 
personally, and take proper measures that a decent order be observed 
both in proceeding to and returning from the place of interment. 



EUTAW MARBLE WORKS- 




Corner of Eutaw and German sts. 

MoNXJMENTs, Tombs, Grave Stones, and Marble Maic- 
TLE8, always on hand, at the most reduced prices. Building 
WORK done at the shortest notice. 

All kinds of Marble Tops for Tables, done in best style. 

H. C. BENTEEN. 



M01DE]LE,IjrG^ 

Of every kind, neatly and promptly executed, by 

IS. H. FURNISS, 

In JfluUikin (Street, ]\\ of Fairmonnt. 

He will make Models in Wax, Clay, or Composition, of human 
Figares, or any thing else. In short, there is nothing in the Modeling 
line that he cannot execute. Houses and Ceilings also ornamented 
with neatness and despatch. 




Prepared Solely from Vegetable Matter, by 




BAI1T11MEOB.Z!, 

Which may be taken with perfect safety by all ages and in all diseases; 
its cures are for the following diseases: — Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, 
Indigestion, Inflammation of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diarrhoea, Dys- 
entery or Flux, Piles, Fistula, Obstructed Menstruation, Ague and 
Fever, Bilious or Remittent Fever, Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small 
Pox, Erysipelous or St. Anthony's Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles, 
Yellow Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the Stomach or Bowels, Cholera 
Morbus, Consumption, Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the 
Chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Inflammatory Sore Throat or Quin- 
sey, Whooping Cough, Thrush or Sore Mouth, Putrid Sore Throat, 
Croup, Inflammation of the Heart, Dropsy, Rickets, Diseases of the 
Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty of making Urine, (Jleet, Hysterics, Nervous 
and Scrofulous Affections of the Members and Ligaments, Mercurial 
and Venereal Diseases, Ulcers, Sores, Affections of the Skin, and all 
diseases arising from Impure Blood, &c. 

Price per Bottle, $1.50. 



The above medicine can be obtained at 



olfo. 16, 



coinet 01 



cimaKi- am 



a 



ai^ot^et 6tieet6 



With proper directions for using. 

ICF- A liberal discount made to persons who buy to sell. 



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JESSE MARDEN, 




Manufacturer and wholesale dealer ia 
PATENT 

Platform Scales, 

Patent Balances and Scale 
Beams, 

Of every description, at the 

Corner Charles & Balderston sts. 

Between Lombard and Pratt. 



HKTILLlAm, r. SOKES, 

China, Glass, and Ctueensware, 

NO. Ss HARRISON STREET, 

First China Store from Baltimore Street, 
AND 

JVo. ti7^J^Z Howard Street 9 Baltmtore^ 

Has on hand and intends keeping a general assortment of CHINA, 
GLASS, AND ClUEENSVVARE, which he will sell at the very low- 
est market prices, Wholesale or Retail. 

STONEWARE of the hest quality always on hand, at Factory prices. 
GOODS packed for the country in the best manner. 



MANSION 




HOUSE, 



P. S. Boarding can be obtained on reasonable terms, 
by the day, week, month or year. 

JOHN ALBERTSON. 



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SHANNON & WERNWAC, 

Corner of President ^ Fleet streets, Baltimore, 

Respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they 
manufacture all kinds of Machinery, Steam Engines, large slide Turn- 
ing Lathes, Cutting Engines, Machines for cutting Screws, large Screws, 
from 3 to 20 feet, for Cotton, Tobacco, Bookbinders' or Printers', and 
Hydraulic Presses, Rail Road Car Wheels, and Axles fitted, also Lo- 
comotive Cranks, and all kinds of Heavy Turning done. Every des- 
cription of Patterns made and Castings furnished to order. Also, 
Blacksmiths' work, all of which they warrant to be done in the best 
possible manner, and on the most reasonable terms. 

MAYGER & WASHINGTON, 

IRS, MACHINISTS, 

AND 

Front Street, and E. Falls •Avenue, 

BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND LOMBARD STS., 

Respectfully inform the public that they are ready to receive orders for 
Steam Engines, locomotive or stationary, PUMPS of all kinds, PRESS- 
ES of all kinds, Rolling Mill and other Screw^s. Iron and Brass TURN- 
ING, of every description. LATHES and circular SAWS fitted up 
according to the most approved patterns. Rail Road CARS, Crank 
Axles, Millwright Work, and repairing of machines in general. They 
have also a separate shop for WOOD and IVORY TURNING. 

Pannel or Plain DOORS or SHUTTERS of Iron. Also Cast Iron 
Sash; with all kinds of Blacksmiths' work, and Castings of every des- 
cription. 



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m$ii 



PRATT STREET, 

NEAR THE BRIDGE, 



<gJE<S>a^2S S2f« 2gS^^2IS2E2E, 



)^ 



.§nd TRUJVK 



WHOLESALE 




*I 



iBattimore ^a,^_ Qahhk, 



Jflanufacton'y^ 



•^^^•^SQtt^. 



^^^ AND RETAIL, 



No. 127, Baltimore street, between Calvert and Light, 

NEARLY OPPOSITE THE MUSEUM, 

Where Travellers and Merchants can obtain for their own use, or to sell again, the 
moat improved Iron Frame and Iron Bound Riveled TRAVELLING TRUNKS,— 
made in all their various styles for convenience, durability, &.c. 

(}l^ Also, Military Equipments, Hand-Trunks, Carpet-Bags, Saddle-Bags, Valicee, 
Ladies' Bonnet-Boxes, &c. made in a superior manner. 

(}(?- Constantly on hand, a general assortment of Patent improved Spring and other 
SADDLES, in all their variety. 

(l(^ Any article in their line of business made to order to suit the taste of the pur- 
chaser, at the shortest notice, and on ttie most reasonable terms. 



©E©[E©E © 



@[Kir©M 



Agent Augusta Insurance and Banking Company, 



Spring ©arbien Sixz Instiranc^ €o. l)l)ilalrdpi)irt. 



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JAMES V. BROWN5 



CLOCK 




MAKER. 



SOUTH SIDE HILLEN STREET, 

Third door East of Forest, 

Repairs all kinds of Clocks, Watches, Musical Boxes, &c. &e. 
in the best manner, and warranted. 




anaitj c^nh 




im 



>3 



Professor of Dancing^ 

Teaches the above beautiful accomplishment, at CENTRAL HALL, 
laltLmoic and 4SriaiLc6 6tlcet6. 



oirvet c 

His course of instruction embraces the latest and most fashionable 
style of Cotillions, H'altzes, Spanish and Contra Dances, and a 
variety of Fancy and Ballet Dances, such as the Cachucha, Craco- 
vienne. El Jaleo de Jerres, Gavot, Gallopade, Hornpipes, 
Highland Flings, 8fc- ^c. 

The iSchool is open fro in September till May. 

Days of Tuiiion, on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons, from 2 till 5 
o'clock, for young Ladies, .Mioses, and Masters; and on Tuesday and 
Friday evenings, from 7 till 10, for Gentlemen. 



(D¥FIPI[K 



ILI111(DHEH< 



BY 




JV*. W. corner of Hanover and Lombard streets^ 
BALTZnZORZa. 



33 




STIEE 



THE TiiRirr. 



To Agriculturists and Others 

OF THE COUNTRY. 



To Mechanics and 

OF THE CITY. 



ers 



A Veto on English or French Hats. 

WHO TALKS OF IMPORTING HATS FROM ENGLAND OR 
FRANCE, while "ISBSITIIi" is in the field? Pshaw, 'tis sheer 
folly! For while he continues to sell his beautiful HATS at his present 
reduced prices, any such a speculation as importing Hats from Europe 
will be ♦• no go" or of " non-effoct." Why KEEVIL will sell you 
a handsome SILK HAT for only <;^2.50, and :. first rate RUSSIA HAT 
for !^3.50. Also, a most superb NUTRIA BEAVER HAT for $4.00, 
being at least one dollar on each hat less than is charged at other 
Stores. The hatters, therefore, on the other side of the Atlantic had 
better keep their hats at home, as it would be quite as profitable for 
them to send "wooden nutmegs" and " saw dust hams" to New Eng- 
land, or •' coals to Newcastle," as Hats to Baltimore, to compete with 
the well known 

No. 66i, Baltimore St., a few doors from HoUiday, 

Exactly opposite Tripolett's alley. 



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'^1. .-.,^.^. 
^a^ 



DEALER IN 

WOOL AND SHEEP SKINS. 

An assortment of WOOL, fur Manufacturing purposes, always on 
sale.— Also a good assortment of SHEEP SKIJS MATS, RUGS, &c. 
on pleasing terms. 

TURNING ESTABLISHMENT, 



AND 



HATTERS' BLOCK MANUFACTORY, 

No. 24, Lexington Street^ 

Respectfully inform their friends and the public that they continue to. 
make Milliners^ improved patent Press Machines^ and Blocks, of 
the latest style. Bench and Hand Screws of all sizes, constantly oa 
hand; Hubs also furnished with Mortices. 

All kinds of LUMBER in our line, always kept on hand. 

All orders from the country thankfully received and punctually at- 
tended to. 

Wholesale and Retail 

^/vodceiu, ^lla^n ana CjiimminO' nc/^oie, 
No. 95, BALTIMORE STREET, 

(Between South and Calvert sts., nearly opposite the Clipper office,) 
Constantly on hand an extensive assortment of 

Hosiery J Gloves^ Undershirts A* IPrawers, 

Woollen Yarns, Zephyr Worsteds, Patterns and Can- 
vass, Knitting Cottons, Threads, Tapes, Pins, 
Needles, Bindings, Cords, &c. &c. 



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FAPISR WAREKOUSS. 



MANUFACTURER OF PAPER, 

LOMBARD STREET, NORTH SIDE, 

First house West of Charles streety 

Offers for sale a general assorinient of Writing, Printing, 
Wrapping and Stainers' Papers. Also, Bandbox, Binders* 
aod Bonnet Boards. 

iCP All kinds of clean Linen and Cotton RAGS, Rope, Bagging, 
and Cotton Waste, bought for Cash or exchanged for Goods. 

T. G. HILL, Agent. 



^ Sfl^ 




Zffo. 63 Baltimore street, nearly opposite HoUiday, 

Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Ladies' Gaiter Boots 
Waltzing Shoes and Slippers, and Children's Boots and Shoes, Whole- 
sale and Retail. 



WIIil^IAM WARREN, 
No, 2, Holliday Street, 

Takes this opportunity of informing the public that he continaes to man- 
ufacture the very best quality of 



Wholesale and retail, viz: Hat Cases, Boxes suitable for Dry Goods 
Merchants, Stock Makers, Shoe Stores, Milliners, Druggists, Soap 
Manufacturers, Ladies' Toilets, Band boxes, and the various other 
kinds, too numerous to mention, which he constantly keeps on hand 
for sale at the lowest cash prices. 

He is also prepared to supply the trade with every description of 
PASTE BOARDS. 



36 
G. D. SFURKZER & CZNNAMOND* 

Will prepare every description of 

Relating lo Real Estate Riid I^ehsonai, Property, in this or any other 
State. They will also examine 'I'lTLES to property. 

Their persona! attention bein^ devoted to all business entrusted to them, a 
correct performance thereoCmay be relied on. 

GRAFTON I/. SP URRIER, ) Office S. E. corner of Gay & Second «t«' 
GEORGE R. CINNAMOND. \ opposite the marine bank. 

They have permission to make the following reference as to capacity, &c. 

David Stewart, Esq. 
Reverdy Johnson, Ksq. John I. Donaldson, Esq. 

J. Mason Campbell, Esq,. Wm. H. Collins, Esq. 




Woolen Draper & Tailor, 

BALTIMORE STREET, 

Third door Eutaw House, 

Nicholas D. Ruckle. 




Bank Note, miir General iHngrauer, 

JVo. 1J50, RaUimore Street, 

Between St. Paul and Calvert streets, over the Jewelry store of Mr. 

James Gould. 

J. M. takes pleasure in acknowledging the liberal support he hasre- 
ceired during the past year, from the Bankino Institutions, and the pub- 
lic generally, and respectfu ly sollciti a continuance of the same. 

Reference to the Bank of Baltimobe. 



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COMBINED SNAIL WHEEL LOCKS, 

Jind Coinhinalion Pad JLocks, 

The subscriber informs the citizens of Baltimore and its vicinity, 
that he has been appointed agent for the sale of Messrs. Andrews and 
Maurice's patent Locks, viz. NIGHT LATCHES, LOCKS for Stores, 
LOCKS FOR SAFES, IRON CHESTS, &c. These Locks are very 
superior to any ever before offered to the public, more simple, and un- 
equalled in safety. — Their advantages are 

1. They cannot be picked. 

2. No false key can be made from any impressions taken through 
the key hole. 

3. No key can be made to fit any lock, even by the maker of the 
lock, after it has left his possession. 

4. The keys of no two locks are made alike, iaeing sosceptibie of 
more than 3,000,000 variations in pattern. 

5. The keys are small and conveniently carried. 

6. They are in no way liable to get out of order — ^improve by use, 
and are in all cases, warranted. 

E. W. JOHNSON, 57 S. Charles st. 




JYo. 85 MIftnover /Street, S. of Baltimore. 
PROriSSSOR CLARKE, 

Will be ready to resume the 1st Monday in S^ptenriber. The scholastic 
year, comprising 4 terms, ends the 15th of July. Every branch of 
Classical Literature is taught in his Academy, and particular pains taken 
to prepare bis students to take the first honors in college. Every en- 
gagement will be considered as binding for a half year at least. 

The Classics, including Mathematics, $\5 per session. 

English branches, " " #10 " «* 

JOSEPH H. CLARKE. 



38 

Machinist and Manufacturer) 

IF*. Baltmiore Street^ Baltimore^ 

Is always prepared to execute orders at the shortest notice, and at rea- 
sonable prices, for any of the Agricultural and Mechanical Implements 
and Machines made by him. He will here enumerate a few of the na- 
merous ones manufactured at his extensive establishment, and asks all 
who may want, to come and examine for themslves, — viz.: 

CORN &00B CRUSHER, & GRIST MILL. 

These are most invaluable articles, simple in construction and effect- 
ive in execution, 

PORTABLE SAW MILL. ' 

A most efficient machine, calculated to cut from 2000 feet of lumber 
a day, according to the power used, and can be moved with a wagon 
and four horses from one point to another. 

SMALL SAWING AND PLANING MACHINE. 

This is adapted to all kinds of carpenter's work, and is^ worthy of uni- 
versal adoption by the trade. 

HORSE POWER. 
This is simple and strong, and may be applied to any purpose when 
motive power is required. 

PORTABLE THRASHING MACHINE. 
This machine is capable of thrashing 500 bushels a day, and so con- 
venient in size, and simple in management, as to deserve being adop- 
ted by every farmer who studies economy. 

IMPROVED CORN AND SEED PLANTER. 
This is an implement that no farmer should be without. One day's 
work with it will make it a favourite for life. 

MORTICING MACHINE. 
This neat labor saving and accurate machine, is admitted upon all 
hands as among the wonders of the day, and to be indispensable to ev- 
ery worker in wood. 

POST AUGER. 
With this simple machine, which costs only ^5, a man can do as 
ranch work as three, and do it better. 

TENONING MACHINES, 
Of various sizes, for carpenters, cabinet makers, and other workers in 
wood. It can cut 65 dozen 2 inch tenons in an hour. 

LARGE BORING AND MORTICING MACHINE. 
A machine of great power and usefulness for heavy work, 

PORTABLE TOBACCO PRESS. 
A machine with more power, greater simplicity and strength, never 
was presented to the agricultural public. 

The prices of all the above articles are regulated by the size wanted 
and will be made to suit the times. 

Baltimore, Md. 1842, 



39 

JOSHUA W. GIL.L., 

ARCHITECTURAL AND ORNAMENTAL 

No, 141, Hr. ZSUT^W STUEIST, 

^ 1 W~»<"~M~~M~'M'~»r~M ~M~ I H~ ii il ~ ~ i i ~ i i ~ ii | - | ii| - | _ _ |i ~ l _ l " l _ < - | _ || - > _ » - |_» l_^«_j^^j»jl 

INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE. 



Fire Insurance €cm2^nny of ISaltunore. 

Incorporated 1S36, with a Capital of $300,000 



OFFICE No, 18, SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE 



Tiie President and directors of this Institution meet daily for the pnrpose 
of making Insurance on Mills, Manufactories, Houses, Barns and 
Contents, Hay and Grain in Stacks, Stores, and Goods contained 
therein, and all property subject to Loss or Damage by Fire, whether 
situated in Town or Country. 

Applications must specify the Amount to be Insured, and the Time 
for which it is waited; of what materials the buildings are constructed 
and covered, and how occupied; as also of those adjacent to the property 
on which Insurance is asked. The same will be stated of buildings in 
which goods are contained, where Insurance is desired on said goods. 

All applications must be accompanied by a ground plan of the preni- 
ises, shewing the relative situation and distance of such houses, hay 
stacks, barns, stables, or piles of lumber, as may be near. 

Applications by mail, will receive immediate attention. 

ISAAC TYSON, Pres't. 

directors: 

Wm. E. Mayhew, Thos. R. Mattheios, James I. Corner^ 
Chas. R. Pearce, JVm. C. Shaw, Johns Hopkins, 

Wm. H, Beattyy Geo. W, Richardson, John DushanCi 

GEORGE B. COALE, Sec'y. 



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The Firemen's Insurance Company, 

Continues to insure Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, Mercliandise, 
Household Furniture, Ships in port, their Cargoes, and other 
descriptions of property generally, against loss or damage by 
Fire — DCS^but are not permitted by the charter to insure out of 
the new limits of the city. 

From the peculiar construction and material of this Association, 
founded as it is known to be, on the best interests, and supported 
by the surest guarantees, backed by an ample capital, and prom- 
ising a safe and cheap protection — it has received an extensive 
patronage. 

For forms of application, and any other information on the sub- 
ject, please apply at the Company's Office, 

Corner of South and Second streets, 
-JOHN REESE, President. 



^ John H. Ehlen, 
l Augustus J. Albert. 

< Lot Ensey, 

I Michael F. Keyser. 

X F. Seyler, 

l Edward Jenkins, 

< T. W. Levering, 
\ William Hope. 

^ Joshua Dryden, 
^ E. K. Deaver. 
^ Samuel Keerl, 
I John McKeen. * 
S J. L Cohen, Jr. 
\ Samuel G. Hyde. 
S George Rogers, 
C Thomas M. Locke. 
5 Benjamin C. Ross, 
C Charles Diffenderffer. 
5 Samuel Wilson, 
C Hugh Bolton. 
5 Benjamin Buck, 
C William G. Reaney. 
J William Wallace, 
I Peter Wells. 
S Samuel Wilson, . 
C John Henderson. 
S Peter Fenbv, 
I John M. Gait. 
^ Peter Sauerwein, 

THOMAS G. RUTTER, Secretary, 



PRESENT BOARD. 


Directors from the 


New Market Company 


Liberty 


do 


United 


do 


Union 


do 


Washington 


do 


First Baltimore do 


Patapsco 


do 


Mechanical 


do 


Friendship 


do 


Independent 


do 


Vigilant 


do 


Deptford 


do 


Columbian 


do 


Franklin 


do 


Howard 


do 



MATCHBTT'S 



BALTIMORE DIRECTOR, 



OR 



REGISTER OF HOUSEHOLDERS, 



CORRECTED UP TO JUNE, 1843 ; 



CONTAINING A LIST OF 



STREETS, LANES, ALLEYS, WHARVES, &c. 



AND 



A VARIETY OF OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION, 



=-»©««♦ 



BALTIMORE DIRECTOR OFFICE, 

Corner Gay and Lombard streets. 



p- 



Cf. 



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ar-e. 



JT^ 






THE PUBLISHER 

or the Baltimore Director, deems it superfluous to say much on 
the occasion of his issuing his tenth edition. The immense labor 
and monotonous task of collecting the name, occupation, and 
location of each householder in Baltimore, is once more accom- 
plished, and we present in this edition, the largest number of 
names yet published. 

We feel grateful for the discreet and civil response we have 
received from our fellow citizens, to our inquiries for the neces- 
sary information; and for the support of the puhlie spirited, intel- 
ligent, and just, in subscribing for copies of the work. We have 
had little or no difficulty with such, as they are already convinced^ 
by reflecting, that the nature of this publication renders it liable 
to imperfection more than any other, or they are ready to hear our 
arguments to prove it, and are not unreasonable in their expecta- 
tions — nor observations. There is not one name out of twenty 
but will admit of various modes of spelling, equally correct — cs 
there is no rule for spelling names, (neither in Baltimore, "Phil- 
adelphia, New York," or elsewhere; any more than there is a 
law to keep people from moving after their names are taken, and 
those places are as liable to, and their directories are complained 
of as much, if not more, for containing errors, than ours, the 
thoughtless assertions ofsome few to the contrary not witslanding.) 
There are families in Baltimore who spell their names, the one 
Geese, the other Giese, each equally correct and pronounced alike; 
others, Reilly and Riley, Smith and Smyth, Adkinson and Atkin- 
son, &.C. Let any reader examine for his own satisfaction, and he 
will have difficulty in finding a name that will not admit of more 
than one mode of spelling ; and a person looking for a name, and 
not finding it in the director according to his mod-e, ought not to 
conclude that it does not contain it, as, if the compiler spells it 
differently, it is put in the alphabetical order of his arrangement. 
Again, a man (or his clerk, journeyman or porter,) gives the name, 
business, street and number of place of business, and dwelling, 
which are in different parts of the city ; the same or another per- 
son, (four were employed in compiling this director,) calls at the 
dwelling, if the same person takes both, it is impossible that he 



IV > 

can remember in all cases having taken it elsewhere; it is given 
quite differently, in pronouncing the name, by the lady, child, or 
servant, as also the street and number, and business. — Where 
there are firms the difficulty is increased; and in neither case, 
whether the addresses are both taken by the same or different 
persons, can it be determined which is correct without again en- 
quiring, where conflicting directions are detected, as is frequently 
done in arranging the names for the press, and we have walked 
miles to make such corrections, repeatedly. Houses and parts of 
houses are shut up, and we have to take the names from their 
neighbours, if they know, if not, we cannot remember in all cases 
to call again. — Some have forbidden their name to be inserted. A 
number of persons cannot spell their names, and with these rea- 
sons in view, we would admonish our fellow citizens from ex- 
pecting too much — or making unreasonable remarks. We have 
used our best endeavours to have it as correct as practicable, and 
believe we have succeeded. We do not say we have made no er- 
rors, in all our drudgery of collecting the names, and writing, 
transcribing and printing. 

The thoughtless, envious, and silly inuendoes thrown out by 
heedless, and by worse than heedless persons, who have made 
use of our labours on various occasions, and which cost them no- 
thing, we deem unworthy of notice. • 

The price of the Book and map is $1.50, and we unhesitatingly 
say, admitting we sell the whole edition, we have given value in 
labor and expense for all we shall receive. We have printed no 
more than we expect to sell — and if there were no borrowing, not 
so many as we could sell. 

We have inserted some blank leaves in page 414, at the end 
of the white householders, in order that the subscribers may put 
the name, occupation and residence of any who may be omitted, 
as well as correct any thing they may know to be erroneous. No 
copies will be sold until the subscribers are served, and they are 
respectfully invited to note such omission, alteration or correction, 
as soon as convenient, and send it to the publisher, who will print 
a supplement of all such omissions, corrections and alterations, 
as are furnished, as soon as practicable, without charge. 

CHj'The colored householders are by themselves, and commence 
at page 416. 



BALTIMORE DIRECTOR. 



DIRECTIONS TO THE READER. 

(St.) street, (av.) avenue, (al.) alley, (cor.) corner, n. north, s. $outh. e. 
«ast. w. west. (com. mts.) commission merchants, (dw.) dwelling, (man.) 
manufacturer. 

There being no rule for spelling persons' names, and the various spellings which 
almost every name admits of, renders it impossible (or us to spell every one's 
name as he or she may : when readers therefore seek for any name, wheth«r 
their own or any one else's, and do not find it according to their spelling, they 
will have to use such other orthography as the name admits of, until found. All the 
bouses occupied in the city have been called at, and the occupant's name, business, 
&c. enquired for, and every effort pracHcalle, used to obtain correct information. 
We cannot be accountable for incorrect information given by minors, servants, &c, 
in cases of the absence of the heads of the house. 

Jm.ARON Mrs. Jacob, clothing store, 9 Harrison st 

Aaron Mrs. Dorothy, Armistead lane w of William st 

Abel Caspar, stocking weaver, Mulberry st e of Cove 

Abbes John, furrier and cap manufacturer, wholesale and retail, 

102 Baltimore st 
Abbett Thomas M. Hollins st w of Cove 
Abbott Benj. cooper, President st. dw Exeter n of Wilk 
Abbott Stephen F. boot & shoemaker, Lexington st w of Charles 
Abbott Wm, tobacconist, snufFand segar maker, 32 Market st 
Abbott Elizabeth B. Mulberry st 2 doors w of St Paul 
Abbott George, cooper, Exeter st w side n of Fawn 
Abbott Wm. corner Spring and Fleet sts 
Abbott Edward, seaman, Lee st e of Hanover 
Abbott H. & Co. proprietors Canton iron works, dw Fleet «t e 

of Washington 
Abbott Edwin A. firm Jones & Abbott, dw Wiikst w of Exeter 
Abel Joseph, tailor, Slemmer alley s of Stiles st 
Abell Frederick, grocer, corner Holland and Canal sts 
Abell A. S. & Co. publishers of the Daily and Weekly Sun, s e 

corner Gay and Baltimore sts 
Abell A. S. of above firm, dw Front st e side n of Pitt 
Abell Christopher, butcher, Penn av near Hoffman st 
Abell John S. Conway st w of L. Greene 
Abendshoen Alois, grocer, corner Montgomery and Light sts 
Abercrobie Wm. shoemaker, e side East st n of Douglass 
Abercrombie mrs Mary F. Saratoga st 1 door e of St PauJ 
Abey Wm. grocer, William st s of Hamburg 
Abey Christian, fisher, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Abey Joseph, seaman, William st n of Cross 
Abey Jacob, William st s of Cross 
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Able Samuel, turner, s e corner Howard and Dover sts 

Abrahams Lemmon C. 151 Aisquith sts of Low 

Abrahams & Cooper, ship builders, Philpot st. Despeaux's whf 

Abrahams John J. d'above firm, dw Bond st n of Gough 

Abrams & Horstman,ship builders, Philpot st. dw Fleet w of Ann 

Abrams Capt. Charles, Baltimore st e of Eden 

Abt John, shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Gay 

Abtz Geo. shoemaker, intersection Harford av and Aisquith st 

Aburn John, grocer, corner Thames and Philpot sts 

Achenbaeh John, shoemaker, Union st near Ross 

Acher Henry, tobacconist, Union st near Penn avenue 

Achey Fredk. firm F. Seyler &. Co. dw Eutaw st n of Conway 

Acker Joseph, bootmaker, Orleans st e of Lewis 

Ackerman mrs E. 13 Franklin st e of John alley 

Ackland James, bootmaker, 11 s Calvert st 

Ackworlh Stephen, nautical teacher, Bond st s of Gough 

Acres G. W. seaman, w side Light st 3 doors n of Hughes 

Adam John, wheelwright and blacksmith, Hillen st w of High 

Adam Adam, blacksmith, Thames st w of Bond 

Adams Jas. C. firm Van Brunt &, Adams, dw Mulberry w of Pearl 

Adams Henry, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Adams John P. com. mt. 7 Bowly's wf. dw Franklin e of Eutaw 

Adams Andrew, liquor store, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Adams David, shoemaKer, corner Lombard and High sts 

Adams Matthias, watchman, Wolfe st n of Fleet 

Adams over corner Centre and Fish markets 

Adams Wm. tavern keeper, n e cor Lombard st and c m space 

Adams Philip, ale and oyster house, 2 Light st 

Adams Samuel, seaman, s side fish market space 

Adams John, milkman, Franklin st e of Cove 

Adams S. watch repairer, n side Lombard st w of Concord 

Adams James, laborer, Pierce st e of Cove 

Adams Wm. F. carpenter, Pinest s of Vine 

Adams Wm. stonemason, Mullikin st e of Bond 

Adams Rev. George F pastor of Calvert st Baptist church, dw 

81 Front st s of Low 
Adams John, dyer, w side Front st n of Hillen 
Adams James, merchant, corner German and Greene sts 
Adams Richard, boiler maker, Guilford alley e of Charles st 
Adams Alfred J. union hotel, corner Bond and Thames sis 
Adams James, boat builder, cor Alice Anna and Washington sts 
Adams Stephen, painter, Gough st e of Caroline 
Adams Wm. F, mariner, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Adams Hannah, feed store, Caroline st s of Bank 
Addison Wm. Meade, attorney at law, St Paul st n of Fayette 
Addison Geo. C. shoe store, 32i w Pratt st. dw 75 Conway 
Addison Wm. carpenter. Light st opposite Chappel 
Addison Saml S. shoe store, 36 w Pratt st 
Addlsprgr Catharine, Jasper st n of Franklin 
Adkisson & Clark, sailmakers, 6 Dugan's wharf 
Adkisson Wm. of above firm, dw Salisbury st w of Lloyd 



ADK 63 ALB 

Adkisson Thomas, sailmaker, dw Eden st s of Gou^h 
Adler mrs Mary, seamstress, Burgundy al w of L. Greene st 
Adler George, coachsmith, L. Greene st nof Paca 
Adler L. tailor, 112 s Sharp st 

Adrean George, house carpenter, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley 
Adreon mrs Hannah, corner Pine and Franklin sts 
Adreon Wm. conductor rail road cars, Barre st w of Hanover 
Aeh Fabian, laborer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
AfTayroux J. F. grocer, corner Jefferson and Eden sts 
Afflick Thomas, painter, 92 n Howard st 
Agar Powell, labourer, Black al w of Union st s of Ross 
Agnew Thos. carpenter, n Frederick near Gay, dw 44 c m space 
Agnew Wm. Lombard st w of Market 
Ahern T. J.dw Aisquith st s of Douglass ' 
Ahern Peter, grocer, Front st betw Plowman and Lombard 
Ahern John, brickmaker, High st s of Trinity 
Ahl Bernard E. rigger, w side Argyle alley s of Fleet st 
Ahlsleger Fredk. cheese seller, corner Eutaw and Dover sts 
Abler John, pump maker, e side State st n of Saratoga 
Ahrens Chas. shoemaker, Tripolett's alley n of Second st 
Ahrens A. vinegar maker, n w cor French and Forest sts 
Aichle Jacob, baker, corner Rock and Lexington sts 
Aikin Dr. Wm. E. A. 172 n Paca st 
Airey Francis, labourer. Canal st n of Wilk 
Airy James, e side Caroline st n of Gough 
Aisquith Geo. R. com. mt. 23 Light st whf. dw 17 s Liberty 
Aisquith Mrs. boarding house, e side Liberty st s of German 
Aitken Dr. James, apothecary, Gay st 3 doors s of Exeter 
Aitken Robert, inspector of customs, 191 Pratt st 
Aker Michael, boot and shoe maker, s e cor Howard and Centre 
Akers Charles, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Pearl 
Alander Joshua, collector, w side East st n of Ensor 
Alard Joseph, carpenter, Thomsen st e of Friendship 
Albach John W. shoemaker, cor L Hughes and Charles sts 
Albaugh George, blacksmith, Jew alley near Madison st 
Alberger Adam, butcher, Silver st e of Eden 
Albereer John, blacksmith, corner Schroeder and Boyd sts 
Albers & Co. importers of German goods, 2 German st 
Albers A. of above firm, dw n e corner Sharp and Perry sts 
Albers Dr. H. n Gay st 1 door s of German Church 
Albers mrs Elizabeth, Aisquith st opposite Thomsen 
Albert Jacob &. Co. hardware mfs. 274i Baltimore 
Albert J. of above firm, dw corner Charles and Saratoga sts 
Albert Augustus J. of above firm, dw Greene n of Fayette 
Albert Wm. J. of above firm, dw Charles st s of Pleasant 
Albert John, labourer, Amity st n of Lexington 
Albert Adam, labourer, adjoining Telegraph, federal hill 
Albert Joseph S. carpenter, Saratoga st w of Chatswonh 
Alberts rars Eliza, 110 s Sharp st 

Albertson John, proprietor of Mansion House (hotel) n w corner 
' Fayette and St Paul sts — see advertisement page 29 



ALB 64 ALL 

Albinson P. basket and wood ware store, w side Hanover st 6 

doors s of Baltimore 
Albright Jesse P. constable, Paca st e of Warner 
Alburc Antz, baker, 29 Shakespear st 

Alcock Wm. J. grocer, 60 w Lexington st. dw 51 n Howard 
Alcock Wm. H. D. w side Greene st n of Mulberry 
Alday Rev. John, Spring st opposite fountain 
Alden Simeon, grocer, cor Centre and Fish markets, dw Balti- 
more st w of East 
Alden mrs Mary, Orleans st e of Forest [of Liberty 

Alden & Pendexter, wholesale shoe store, Baltimore st3 doors w 
Alder mrs Sarah, seamstress, Monument st e of Constitution 
Alder John, labourer, Fleet st e of Market 
Aid ricks mrs Jane, corner Aisquith and Jefferson sts 
Aldridge, Higdon & Co. importers of dry goods, 5 German st 
Aldridge Andrew,. dw corner Charles and Hamilton sts 
Aler John, blacksmith, Jasper n of Saratoga, dw Eutaw n of Sar. 
Aier Reuben, Hollins st e of Poppleton 
Alexander W. stock and cap manufacturer,''3 s Sharp st 
Alexander Ashton, M. D. Fayette st e of Calvert 
Alexander J. H. Pascault's row, Lexington st 
Alexander Thomas, painter, Poppleton st s of Lexington 
Alexander Jas. mt tailor. Bait, st w of Pine, dw Vine wof Pine 
Alexander Benjamin, tailor, York st w of William 
Alexander E. constable, at Esq. Gray's office, dw Hill st 
Alford mrs Margaret, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Alls Henry, grocer, corner Howard and Conway sts 
All Rachel, 128 n Eulaw st 
Allard Wm. w side Gay st n of Monument 
Allard Thos. B. carpenter, L McElderry st e of Aisquith 
Allard Edward C. grocer., n side Gay st'n of Monument 
Alia way Gabriel, carpenter, dw Pine st n of Josephine 
Allears D. H. w side Greene st n of Mulberry 
Allen John L. merchant tailor, 7 Holiday st 
Allen John, s end e Falls avenue 
Allen A. 10 Barnet st 

Allen miss Jane, corset maker, 54 n Liberty st 
Allen Wm. merchant, 123 n Howard st. d w Howard n of Madison 
Allen James, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Allen Michael, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Allen John, cooper, Madison st e of Howard 
Allen Wm. police officer, George et w of Penn avenue 
Allen G. N. dry goods merchant, 81 Baltimore st 
Allen James, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Holland, 
Allen Eliza, Doufflass st e of Potter 
Allen capt John E. e side Exeter st s of Bank 
Allen R. W. firm Wilson & Allen, dw Exeter st s of Salisbury 
Allen Mr. Boyd st wofSchroeder 

Allen A. H. professor of music, Frederick st s of Baltimore 
Allen John & Jas. W. coopers, German st w of Eutaiv 



ALL 65 AMO 



Allen John, dw Greene st s of Conway 
Allen Jas. W. dw 80 Conway st w of Howard 
Allen Wm. M. firm Gorman & Allen, dw 47 n Gay st 
Allen Robt. W. firm Thos. Wilson & Co. dw 14 s Exeter st 
Allen Joseph, plough maker, w side Howard st s of Perry 
Allen T. shoemaker, w side Howard st 2 doors n of Conway 
Allen James, bricklayer, Columbia st e of Cove 
Allen Eliel, cooper, Conway st w of Howard 
Allen Solom. carpenter, firm Allen & Burnei, dw Lee w of Sharp 
Allen Isaac, grocer, York st e of Sharp 
Allen John, grocer, corner Alice Anna and Bond sts 
Allen Wm. book keeper, Granby st w of Canal 
Allen Daniel, Ann st n of Gough 

Allen Samuel, shoemaker, cor Spring st and Hammond alley 
Allen Henry, ship joiner, Argyle al s of Bank st 
Allen Samuel, painter, w side Bond si s of Pratt 
Allender Joshua, collector, w side East st n of Ensor 
Allender Mary, Pratt st e of Gough 
Allender Wm. n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Allender Sarah, Caroline st n of Gough 
Allers Claus, sugar baker, 69 McElderry's wharf 
Allison John, carter, Columbia st w of Scott 
Allison Samuel, labourer, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Allison Robert, firm Carson, Allison & Co. dw Eden s of Pratt 
Allmear mrs Eliza, corner Albemarle and Stiles sts 
Allnut Margaret, dry goods dealer, w side Sharp st s of Pratt 
Alloway Gabriel, carpenter, Greene st near Fayette, dw Pine st 
Allowis Elizabeth, boarding house, Thomsen st e of Friendship 
Allwell John A. ropemaker, Gough st w of Wolf 
Allyn capt James, Eden st s of Baltimore 
Almack Geo. W. grocer, n e corner Fayeite and Cove sts 
Alricks Thomas P. attorney at law, w end Court house lane 
Alricks F. W. firm Aldridge, Higdon & Co. dw Courtland st a 
Alter Henry, segar maker, 38 Park st [of Mulberry 

Alterfret Peter, basket maker, Sterling st n of Madison 
Alterhoof C. blacksmith, vvside Caroline st s of Wilk 
Altvater Ann, 27 n Exeter st 

Ambrose Robert, blacksmith, Howard sts of Richmond 
Ambrose John, carter, w Pratt st extended 
Ament George, locksmith, Bond st n of Lancaster 
American Star tavern, James Kaylor, e side Gay st n of Forest 
American Insurance Co. of Baltimore, Exchange buildings 
American Life Insurance and Trust Co. 19 South et 
Amey Philip, cooper, Madison st wof Eulaw 
Amey James, Biddle si near Ross 
Amey John, bricklayer, Pratt st w of Penn 
Amey Samuel, cooper, York st e of Hanover 
Amick Wm. rope maker, Harford avenue near rope walk 
Amos Corbin, M, D. S9 Fayette st. boarding s w corner Lex- 
ington and Howard sts 
Amos loshua, bricklayer, Raborgst w of Cove 
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AMO 66 APP 

Amos James, tailor, 62 Centre Market space 

Amos mrs Sarah, Monument st e of Aisquith 

Amos Wm. lime inspector, n side Ensor st e of Forest 

Amos Alfred P. carpenter, 113 s Sharp 

Amos Wra. C. mariner, 3 Shakespear st 

Amos Jesse J. grocer and tea dealer, corner Gay and Potter sts. 

dw Monument st w of Stirling 
Amos John, hatter, n side Gay st e of High, dw High sof Hillen 
Amos James, currier, s w corner Ensor and East sts 
Amoss Wra. Y. w side East st s of Douglass 
Anchuitz Philip H. carpet weaver, Pratt st e of President 
Anderson Robert, agent and collector, He Fayette st. dw Forest 

st s of OrleaiiS 
Anderson W. Fayette st s side e of Sharp 
Anderson mrs Elizabeth, 14 Lexington st w of Liberty 
Anderson mrs Adeline, confectioner, Saratoga st w of Park 
Anderson James, stone cutter, Saratoga st n of Lerew's alley, dw 

Greene st between Lexington and Saratoga 
Anderson Francis, clerk, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
Anderson Mary, seaaostress, 21 George st 

Anderson Jas. M. engraver, 53 Baltimore st. dw Exeter n of Pitt 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter, Holland st e of Canal 
Anderson mrs R. mantua maker, Eutaw st e side n of Mulberry 
Anderson miss Agnes, teacher, Gay st s of Canal 
Anderson mrs Mary, Conway st e of L. Greene 
Anderson capt Wm. Hill st e of Hanover 
Anderson Wm. rigger, Shakespeat- st w of Market 
Anderson Cybella G. Alice Anna st 
Anderson David, horse shoer, w side Howard st 4 doors s of 

Carpenter's alley, dw Dover st e of Eutaw 
Andrews Wm. drayman, corner Fawn st and Slemmer's alley 
Andrews G. W. apothecary and druggist, S Baltimore st 
Andrews Jacob, glass cutter, Uhler's al, dw Pratt st w of Market 
Andrews John, shoemaker, w side Constituiion st s of Falls st 
Andrews Adam, e side Beuren st 4 doors s of Madison 
Andrews Robert, boarding house, 139 n Paca st 
Andrews Edward, carpenter, Lombard st w of Amity 
Andrews Reuben, huckster, w side Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
Angel Thomas, blacksmith, Liberty alley s of Falls st 
Anker Mrs. clothing store s side, Lombard st e of Frederick 
Annan Dr. Samuel, 44 n Liberty st 
Anole Wm. mariner, Wilk st w of Eden 
Anscutez Henry, musician, Happy alley n side n of Bank st 
Anthony Henry, s w corner Pennsylvania avenue and Biddle st 
Anthony Wm. carpenter, Mott st n ol Gay 
Anthony Wm. scavenger, w side Potter st s of French 
Anthony John, labourer, Johnson st sof West 
Anzman Joseph, shoemaker, 126i n Eutaw st 
Appell John, blacksmith, Philadelphia road near city line 
Appil Henry, tailor, Jasper st near Lexington 
Apple Christian^ cabinet maker, Saratoga st w of Howard 



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APP 67 ARM 

Appleby Elizabeth, seamstress. East st n of Pitt 

Appleby Rebecca, boarding house, Lombard st w of Exeter 

Applegarth Alexander, grocer and com. mt. 92 Dugans whf. dw 

n side Baltimore st w of High 
Applegarth Capt. High st s of Fawn 
Applegarth mrs Elizabeth, Montgomery st e of Light 
Applegarth Robert, shoemaker, Howard st n of York 
Appier Jesse, temperance hotel, Camden st w of Light 
Appleton Mrs. 6 Barnet st 

Appleton Wm S. dry good merchant, dw Monument st w of Park 
Appleton Robert, tobaconist, 8 Hill st 
Appold Geo. &. Son, proprietors of Howard Factory, tannery, 

North st opposite the Jail 
Appold Geo. of firm, dw 21 Calvert st opp Universalist Chureh 
Appold Andrew, Monument st e of Gay 
Appold Samuel, tanner, corner Gravel alley and Mulberry st 
Apprentices' Library, over s w corner North and Fayette sts 
Arcade Baltimore, Louisiana st opp Lexington market 
Archer James, blacksmith, Concord st near Lombard, dw Front 

s of Plowman 
Archer R. H. Lexington st e of Charles 
Archibald Samuel, engineer, w side Light 8t n of Heneritta 
Ardin David, ladies' shoemaker, 83 Harrison st 
Arieu Edward, tobacconist, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 
Arlow mrs Lucretia, Canal st s of L McEiderry 
Armacost Joshua, labourer. Low st w of Potter 
Arraager Benjamin, L Hampstead st e of Caroline 
Armager John H. carpenter,- Ensor st n of Madison 
Armager Letetia, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Armager John, shoemaker, Harford Avenue s of iMadison st 
Armager Jesse, comb maker, 174 Hanover st 
Armager Joseph, comb maker, Hill street w of Hanover 
Armistead & Manning, hardware merchants, 171i Baltimore st 
Armistead C. H. of above firm, dw corner Franklin and Park st* 
Armistead Mrs. Col. George. 113 Hanover st 
Armitage mrs Ann, s w corner Lexington and Howard sts 
Armitage mrs Sarah, Mulberry st e of Poppleton 
Armitage James, M. D. n w corner Paca and Fayette sts 
Armons James, Aisquiih sts of Madison 
Armor Thomas C. grocer, corner Orchard and Ross sts 
Armour Joseph G. house, sign and fancy painter, s e corner Hol- 
iday and Fayette sts — see advertisment page 8 
Armour James, firm Lake & Co. dw Baltimore st opp Aisquith 
Armour John, mt tailor, 9 n Liberty st. dw Pearl n of Lexington 
Armstrong Thomas, dry goods mt. 157 Baltimore st. dw Lexing- 
ton between Charles and Liberty 
Armstrong James L. collector, e end New Church st [pag'e 8 
Armstrong Thomas, saddler, 16 n Liberty st — see advertisment 
Armstrong John, shoe dealer, 159 Baltimore st 
Armstrong Wm. & Co. wholesale dry goods mts. 189 Bait. 8t 
Armstrong Wm. of above firm, dw Lexington st w of Charles 



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Armstrong & Berry, booksellers and stationers, 134 Baltimore st 
Armstrong Robt. G. of above firm, dw Paca st ,s of Mulberry 
Armstrong mrs Matilda, Canal st n of L McElderry 
Armstrong Henry, shoemaker, e side Eutaw sts of Franklin 
Armstrong James, saddler, dw Albemarle st betw Stiles & Fawn 
Armstrong A. firm Conway & Armstrong, dw Barre st e of Sharp 
Armstrong mrs Elizabeth, Montgomery st e of Light 
Armstrong James, soap and candle manufacturer, Concord st n of 

Pratt, dw High w side n of Wilk 
Armstrong* Thomas, labourer, Albemfvrle sts of Wilk 
Armstrong James Dunn, e side Cheapside over 2d door n of Pratt, 

dw Calvert st n of Lexington 
Armstrong A. S. fancy shoe store, Wilk st w of Market 
Armstrong Solomon, shoemaker, Wilk st e of President 
Armstrong Andrew, boat builder. Block st e of Wills 
Armstrong Thomas, Happy alley w side n of Gough st 
Armstrong Hosea, shoemaker, 84 Market st 
Arnest Thomas M. firm Sewall, Baugher & Co. dw Howard st 

betw German and Lomdard 
Arnett Ezekiel, barber, e side Paca st s of Franklin 
Arnett Henry, shoemaker, 116 s Sharp st 
Arno Jos. carpenter, Wilk st e of High 
Arnold Davis, car driver, Columbia st w of Scott 
Arnold Henry, baker, w side Front sts of Hillen 
Arnold Francis, firm Daily & Arnold, 4i Sharp st 
Arnold John, corner Pratt and Concord sts 
Arnold Clement, labourer. Alley w of Poppletonst s of Baltimore 
Arnold Geo W. baker and confectioner, 61 w Fayette st. see ad- 

vertismeni page 10 
Arnold mrs M. fancy dress maker, Liberty st s of Lexington 
Arnold Conrad, blacksmith, Sohroeder st s of Baltimore 
Arnold Thomas. Armistead lane w of William st 
Arnold Thomas, shoemaker, corner Charles stand Sugar alley 
Arnolde Geo. dentist, bleeder, cupper and barber, 23 Harrison st 
Ar iig Henry, w side Happy alley s of Alice Anna st 
Arthur Hugh, millwright, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Arthur mrs Anna, confectionery, Camden st e of Hanover 
Arzit Csesar, proprietor theatre tavern. Holiday st 
Asbury Mr. baker, w side High st n of Pitt 
Asbury College, over s w corner North and Fayette sts 
Ash Nicholas J. ornamental painter, Wilk st vv of Exeter 
A.shbaugh John, tailor, Silver st e of Canal 
Ashcom Alexander, pilot, S Canal st 
A.shcroft Thomas, shipwright, Alice Anna st e of Wolf 
Ashdown Mary, Exeter st n of Gay 
Asher Elizabeth, w side Bond sts of Baltimore 
Ashley George, labourer, Union st near Ross 

Ashley w side Eutaw st opposite Clay 

Ashton Lewis, Canton, eastern city limits 
Ashton Thomas, iron founder, East st n of Pitt 
Ashton Wm. R. dw Columbia si w of Green 



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Askew Mrs. 126 n Eutaw st 
Askew Thomas, 276 n Howard st 
Askey Jos. lalmurer, Wilk si opposite High 
Askey John, boat builder, Gough st n ofGranby 
Askey Wm. cooper, Granbj' st e of Gough 
Aspell David, clerk steam boat Jewess. Granby st e of High 
Assart George, Franklin st w ofChatsworlh 
Assembly Rooms, corner Holliday and Fayette sts 
Astregar Adam, painter, Eutaw &t s of Lee 
Aspinall James, grocer, Richmond st e of Tyson 
Asylum (Christ Church) for female children, Mrs. Richards ma- 
tron. 32 n Frederick st 
Ater Adam, stone mason, Hammond alley w of Caroline st 
Atkinson Joshua, St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Atkinson Samuelj carpenter. Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Atkinson Thomas, bricklayer, Wagon alley w of Poppleton st 
Atkinson Henry, clerk, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Atkinson H. B. firm Roberts & Atkinson, Lombard st w of Green 
Atkinson John H. merchant tailor, 40 Baltimore st. dw Plowman 
opposite Albemarle 

Atkinson barber, Orleans st e of Friendship 

Atkinson David, carpenter, e side Constitution st n of French 
Atkinson Thomas, shoemaker, e side Paca sts of Lexington 
Atkinson James, barber, n side Gay st e of High 
Atkinson Thos. C. engineer, B. & O.R. R. e side High st s of Low 
Atkinson miss Margaret, dress maker, s Paca st at bend 
Atkinson Eleonor, 20 Alice Anna st 
Atkinson Angelo, ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Wilk 
Atkinson Joshua, grocer, 22 Market st 
Atkinson Thomas, sailmaker, Eden st s of Gough 
Atwell William, Canton 

Atweli Jno. ship carpenter, e side Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 
Atwell Samuel, carter, Scott st s of West 
Atwell Nathaniel, shiprwight, Fountain st e of Washington 
Atwell Capt. Benjamin, corner Philpot and Wills sts 
Atwell John, tavern, Camden st w of Light 
Atwood S. & B. manufacturer of straw bonnets, and dealers in 
straw goods, manuf in Franklin, Mass. Ib7 Baltimore st 
up stairs, dw mrs. Griffith's, cor Eutaw and Fayette sts 
Atwood John, cabinet maker, Monument st e of Constitution 
Auberry P. shoemaker. Monument st w of Caroline 
Audoun Lewis, firm Merritt & Audoun, dw Wilk st w of Canal 
Audown Lewis, hardware merchant 41 Thames, st 
Auer Jacob, baker, George st w of Penn avenue 
Auermann Jacob, japanner, dw Harrison st near Gay 
Aughenbaugh John, e side Liberty alley near French st 
Augt Frederick, Fell st opposite Wolfe 
Auld Hadaway, n w corner Eutaw st and Arcade alley 
Auld Dorson, carter, Charles st n of Hamburg 
Auld Edward, clerk, Lee st w of Charles 
Auld Hugh, lumber inspector, Block st w of Thames 



AUL 70 BAI 

Ault Sam. shoe finder, s e corner Calvert and Water sts. dw cor- 
ner Aisquith and Monument sts 
Ault Jacob, piano forte maker, e side York av near Monument st 
Ault Mrs. milliner, e side York av near Monument st 
Auole Wra. mariner, Wilk st w of Eden 
Ausole Rachel, grocer, s w corner Forest and Monument 8ts 
Austan Thos. carter, Mullikin st n e of Fairmount fington st 
Austen Geo. firm Hiss & Austen, dw 5 Pascault's row, w Lex- 
Austen Wm. tavern, corner Wolf and Lancaster sts 
Austin Wm. tavern, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Austin A. H. tinner, 46 n Eutaw st 
Austin Edward, biscuit baker, Granby st w of Canal 
Avering Benhardt, carter, Siravvbery'alley n of Alice Anna st 
Ayd Joseph, carpenter, s side Hull's lane e of Forest st 
Aydelott Peter, carpenter, corner Montgomery and William sts 
Ayers Elizabeth, 9 Market street. County whf 
Ayres Jacob &, Son, grocers, 24 Cheapside, dw Paca st at bend 
Ayres James, labourer. Fleet st e of Market 
Ayres capt Samuel, corner Happy alley and Fleet st 
Ayres James H. rigger, e side Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Ayres Mrs. boarding house, Liberty st 2 doors s of German 
Ayres L. carpenter, n side German st e of Howard, dw corner 
German and Liberty sts 

BaBB John D. baker, 66 Charles st. dw Chas. s of BalderstOH 

BabcockJ. printer, Eastst n of Pitt 

Babcock J. K. ladies' shoe store, 171 Hanover st 

Baburiza N. confectioner and fruit dealer, 1 n Charles st. dw Pratt 

Baburiza L, confectioner and fruiterer, cor Pratt st and w Falls av 

Bachmann G. H. barber and hair dresser, Gay st e of the bridge 

Backlog Henry, box maker, Howard st s of Cider alley 

Backus Rev. John C. pastor of the 1st Presbyterian Church, 

North st adjoining the Church 
Backus Lewis, dw 7 Hull's lane 4 doors from Aisquith st 
Bacon James, grocer, Penn avenue near Biddle st 
Badgers Joseph, shoemaker, w side Charles si opp Depot 
Baer John, carpenter, York st e of Howard 
Baer Dr. M. S. n side Lombard st S doors e of Sharp 
Bagnall Mary, Pleasant st 1 door e of Holliday 
Bagwell James, paper hanger, corner Ann and Bank sts 
Bailey Oswald, carpenter, New st w of Eutaw 
Bailey Dr. s side Lombard st 5 doors w of Charles 
Bailey H. J. carpenter, New st w of Eutaw 
Bailey E. T. boarding house, 3 Water st opp Cheapside 
Bailey A. painter, New st w of Eutaw 
Bailey Ferdinand, painter, Black al w of Union st s of Ross 
Bailey John, carpenter, Eden st s of Union alley 
Bailey George, wheelwright, w side Gay st 2 doors n of Madison 
Bailey Elijah, tavern keeper, corner Eutaw and Ostend sts 
Bailey Thomas, shipwright. Fleet st e of Ann 
Bailey Wm. shipwright, Wilk st w of Ann 



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Bailey Thos. ship carpenter, Washington st s of Wilk 

Bailey Henry, pilot, Gouojh st w of Wolf 

Bailey capt Edward, Market st near Wilk 

Bailey Geo. e side Sharp st 1 door n of Lombard 

Bailon Pasqual, carpenter, corner Eden st and Union alley 

Baily mrs Sarah, Charles st n of Hamburg 

Baily Patrick, blacksmith, w side Front st n of Hillen 

Bain Michael, shoemaker, Raborgrst w of Poppleton 

Bain Dr. J. apothecary, corner Gay and East sts 

Bain Wm. gardener, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Bain Mary A. mantua maker, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Bain Charles, ropemaker, intersection Harf av and Ensor st 

Bainer Mary, proprietor of cedar coopery, Gay st e of Front 

Baird E. Thompson, principal primary department High School 

of Baltimore, w side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Baird Thos. D. principal mathematical department High School 

ofBaltimore, w side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Baitzel Jacob, firm Jacobs & Baitzel, dw Columbia st 
Baitzel George, carter. Cove st s of Paca 
Baker Wm. Geo. attorney at law, 20 St Paul st dw cor L Sharp 

and Fayette sts 
Baker Henry, Sterling st s of Madison 
Baker Dr. Edward, n w corner Conway and Charles sts 
Baker mrs Charlotte, X alley s of Lee st 
Baker Wm. glass factory, Hughes st w of the basin 
Baker James, furniture car driver, Howard st n of Hill 
Baker Henry, labourer, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Baker Michael, carpenter. Fleet st w of Caroline 
Baker Henry, carpenter, Wilk st e of Bond 
Baker Wm- firm Conway & Baker, dw Pratt e of Canal 
Baker David, bark miii, Dugan's wi\ dw Lombard st w of Exeter 
Baker Gideon, nightman, 1 10 Wolfe st 

Baker Peter, blacksmith, cor e side Light st and Armistead lane 
Baker August, tailor, s w corner Water and Grant sts 
Baker &, Connolly, steam stone cutters, s of Penitentiary 
Baker Robert, Raborg st e of Pine 

Baker Mrs. boarding house, Fayette st betw Charles and St Paul 
Baker Joseph, victualler, Saratoga st w of Paca 
Baker George, shoemaker, e side Potter st n of Hillen 
Baker mrs Sarah. 81 Harrison st 
Baker Sarah J. Wilk st e of Caroline 
Baker Wm. proprietor Baltimore glass warehouse and works, S 

n Liberty st. dw Liberty road 
Baker Margaret, Gough st s of Stiles 
Baker R. J. drug, dye stufis, and paint merchant, n e corner 

Howard and Fayette sts 
Baker Hon. William, judge of Orphan's court, in Record office, 

dw Reisterstown road 
Baker & Orme, 108 n Howard st 

Baker John H. of above firm, dw Mulberry st 1 door e of Greene 
Baker John, shoemaker. Fell st near Wolie 



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Baker Francis, dw corner Courtland and Mulberry sts 

Baker John, watchman, Poppleton st n of Raborg 

Baker James, boot maker, Rock st s of Saratoga 

Baker John S. dw over 222 Baltimore st 

Baker Wm. chair maker, Monument st w of Forest 

Baker capt George C. Thames st w of Bond 

Baker Providence, w side Front st s of Bath 

Baker miss Mary, Conway st e of Sharp 

Baker John, e side Eutawst n of Franklin 

Baker Margaret, w side Spring st s of Pratt 

Baker Frederick, baker, n e corner Paca and Marion sts 

Baker mrs Geo. s e corner Gay and Monument sts 

Baker mrs Mary, Gay st near Monument 

Baker Charles, grocer, n w corner Ensor and Potter sts 

Baks Rebecca, nurse, e side Constitution st s of Monument 

Baiantine Catherine, dry goods store, East st n of Pitt 

Balbirnie Geo. silk dyer and scourer, 4 Front st s of Baltimore 

Bald J. M. locksmith, Penn av near Union st 

Baldener John, wheelwright. York st e of Charles 

Balderston John P. hardware merchant, 19^ n Howard st 

Balderston Wm. H. druggist, s e corner Howard and Franklin 

sts. dw 49 Sharp 
Balderston Hugh & Son, wire workers, 12 s Calvert st 
Balderston Hugh, dw n side Lombard st 4 doors e of Sharp 
Balderston Wilson, wire weaver, 9 Light st wf. d w 87 Sharp 
Balderston Eli, confectioner, 48 w Pratt st 
Baldwin Henry, machinist, Canal st s of Gay 
Baldwin John F. segar maker, n side Gay ste of the bridge 
Baldwin Robert, carter, Perry st w of Charles 
Baldwin capt Pearson, 12 Block st 

Baldwin Abraham, grocer, corner Lombard st and Apple alley 
Balkime Philip, labourer, Armistead lane w of William st 
Ball Jacob, painter and glazier, Fayette st e oi'St Paul, dw Sar- 
atoga st 3d door e of Greene 
Ball Rev. Wm. W. teacher, wside Eutaw st near Madison 
Ball Wm. L>. Sheriff Bait. Co. office Court house, dw Mulberry 

st e of Paca 
Ball David, morocco dresser, 22 Harrison st- dw 88 Pitt 
Ball R. H. lemale classical seminary, Charles st s of Franklin 
Ball Wm. jr. superintendent streets. Carpenter's al w of Paca st 
Ball John W. firm Ricards & Co. dw Hanover st 
Ball John, labourer, L Hughes st w of Light 
Ball James, shoemaker, 18 Pitt st 
Ball John, shoemaker. Canal st n of Jefferson 
Balla &t Smith, furniture store, 41 n Howard st dw Marion 
Ballard Ed wd. J. firm Ready, Ballard & Co. dw 6 New Church st 
Ballard Edward, w side Canal st n of Salisbury 
Ballard Mrs. 49 Centre Market space 
Ballauf Augustus, morocco dresser, 74 Harrison st 
Ballenger Samuel, carpenter, Raborg st e of Pine » 

Balster C. seaman, boarding house and tavern, 44 Fell st 



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Baltimore John, shoemaker, Holliday St n of Bath 

Baltimore Type Foundry, F. Lucas,'^jr. agent. Bank lane e ofSt 

Paul street 
Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road oflfice, cor Li^ht st and Wine alley 
Baltimore & Susquehanna Rail Road office, 56 North st 
Baltimore College, Mulberry st opposite the Cathedral, Horace 

Morrison, A. M. principal — see University of Maryland '- 
Baltimore Chemical Works, cor Columbia and Cove sis 
Baltimore Life Insurance Co. oflSce 15 South st. John I, Donald- 
son, president 
Baltimore Equitable Insurance Co. 19 South st 
Baltimore Steam Packet Co. Thos. Sheppard, agent, office lower 

end Spear's wharf 
Baltimore Insurance Co. Saml. T. Thompson pres't. Exchange 
Baltimore Bank of, corner St Paul and Baltimore sts — see 
Baltimore Shot Tower, Gay st s of Saratoga 
Baltimore Museum, n w corner Baltimore and Calvert sts 
Baltimore Female Orphan Asylum, Mulberry st near Cathedral 
Baltimore General Dispensary, n e cor Liberty and Fayette sts 
Baltimore Eastern Dispensary, cor e Baltimore and Canal sts 
Baltimore Infirmary, Lombard st w of Crreene 
Baltimore Arcade, Louisiana st. n side Lexington market 
Baltimore Patriot, cor Baltimore and North s^s. I. Monroe, pub. 
Baltimore Saturday Visiter, 2i n Gay st. Dr. E. Snodgrass, pub 
Baltimore Daily and Weekly Sun, corner Baltimore and Gay sts. 

A. S. Abell & Co. publishers 
Baltimore Clipper, daily and v^eekly, 104 Baltimore st. Bull &, 

Tutlle, publishers 
Baltimore Daily Whig, office Ss n Gay st 
Baltimore Counterfeit Detector & Bank Note List, H. Wio-man 

publisher, North st 
Baltis Joseph, gardener, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Baltus John, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Baltz Andrew, butcher, Baltimore st w ofSchroeder 
Baltzell J. & Co. wholesale dry goodo dealers, 236 Baltimore st 
Baltzell J. dw Charles st s of Mulberry 

Baltzell Chas. of above firm, dw w side Hanover st n of Pratt 
Baltzell Alexander, 17 Barnet st 

Baltzell Thos. & Philip, wholesale dr}'- goods mts. 282 Bait, st 
Baltzell Thomas, dw n e corner Paca and Fayette sts 
Baltzer John, tailor, 48 n Gay st 

Banberger Martin^ carter, 93 Saratoga st 1 door w of Eutaw 
Banberger Jas. A. blacksmith, cor Bond and Wilk sts. dw cor 

Bank and Wolfe 
Bancroft J. bricklayer, w side High st n of Baltimore 
Bandell John, block and pump maker, McElderry's wharf, dw 

Exeter sts of Bank 
Bandell mrs Margaret, variety stores, 1 and 2 Baltimore Arcade 
Bandell George W. dyer, 28 Harrison st 
Bandell Mrs. Madison st e of Aisquith * 

Bandell Frederick, shoemaker, Canal st n of Monument 
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BAR 74 BAR 

Bandell Michael, shipsmith and machinist, O'Donnell's wharf, 

dw Exeter st near Trinity — see advertisement page 19 
Bandell J. M. & P. block and pump makers, 83 McElderry's whf 
Bandell Wm. shoemaker, 39 Second st e of Frederick 
Bandell Wm. ropemaker^ corner Lombard and Bond sts 
Bangart Joseph, baker, Fell st s of Thames 
Bangs Mary Ann, e side High st 2 doors s of Pitt 
Bangs John, shoe store, 80 w Pratt st 
Bangs Francis, comb maker, L Greene st s of Conway 
Bangs Theophilus, shoemaker, corner Gough and Caroline sts 
Bangs Wm. H. shoemaker, w side Hanover st 4 doors s of Bal- 
timore, dvv German st 3 doors w of Hartway's alley 
Bank of Baltimore, n e corner Baltimore and St Paul sts 
Bankard James, butcher, Hampstead st w of Choptank 
Bankard Jacob J. butcher, Hampstead st w of Choptank 
Bankard William, butcher, Hampstead st w of Choptank 
Bankhead Robert, Pine st n of Mulberry 
Bankherd Catharine, 69 Bond st 
Banks John, dw Franklin st w of Cove 
Banks mrs Barbara, Park st s of Clay 
Banks Robert, clerk P. O. Monument st w of Canal 
Banks Lewis, machinist, Cove st n of Pierce 
Banks Abraham, tavern, corner Franklin and Cove sis 
Banks David, furniture wagoner, e side Apple al s of Bait, st 
Banks David, jr. shoemaker, e side Apple al s of Baltimore st 
Banks John W. furniture wagoner, Saratoga st w of Howard 
Banks Abraham, tavern keeper, Franklin st e of Cove 
Bannan H. prmcipal of Classical Academy, 26 n Gay st 
Bannan John, grocer and shoe store, corner of Fleet and Bond sts 
Bannan Owen, n side Fish Market space 
Bannenbeig Frederick, shoemaker. Perry st e of L Paca 
Bannerman Wm. W. historical and general engraver, and cop- 
perplate printer, 1 St Paul st. dw 61 s High 
Bannister Joseph, mattress maker, Eaton back of Ross st ext'd 
Bannister George, manufae-turer of paper hangings, and paper 

hanger, corner Baltimore stand Market alley 
Bannister Z. lace merchant, 107 Baltimore st. dw 69 Baltimore 
Bannister Wm. plaisterer, w side Eutaw st 3 doors n of Franklin 
Bannus Stephen, grocer, n w corner Light and West sts 
Bantley Joseph, machinist, corner Hollins and Schroeder sts. 
Banz John, shoemaker, Apple alley s ofLancaster st 
Barber capt John T. s side Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Barber Reuben, shoemaker, Harford avenue n of Monument st 
Barbines Charles, fisher, Cross st w of William 
Barbstz Adam, tailor, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Bard A. & Co. cabinet makers, 322 Baltimore st 
Bares John H. carpenter, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Barge Mr. 68 n Howard st 
Barger George, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Park 
Barger Maurice, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Barger Deetcr, bricklayer, 140 Franklin st w of Pine 



BAR 75 BAR 

Barger Washintrton, bricklayer, 12 Eutaw st 

Barker John & Son, iron founders, Calvert st head of Bath 

Barker John, dvv 12 Waterloo row 1 door n of Calvert st 

Barker Francis, of above firm dvv n Calvert st opposite city mill 

Barker J. W hatter, Aisquith st n ofHolland 

Barker Mrs- nurse, s side Stirling st w of Monument 

Barker nirs Mary, Charles st n of Hill 

Barker Catherine, dress maker, n e corner Lombard and Eutaw 

Barkley Edwin, cooper, corner Pratt st and Apple alley 

Barkman mrs Elizabeth, Burgundy alley e of Cove st 

Barkman Benjamin F. plumber, 15 Thames st 

Barkman John S. tin plate worker, Ann st e side s of Wilk 

Barkman Fanny, 137 Bond st 

Barley Jane, Biddle st near Richmond 

Barling Joseph, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Barlow Joseph, temperance grocery, Louisiana st near Jasper 

Barlow George, labourer, Armistead lane w of William st 

Barlow Elizabeth, huckster, Lancaster st w of Market 

Barnaby Sophia, Fleet st e of Caroline 

Barnard John, Madison st w of Eutaw 

Barnard James, Jr. justice of the peace, Frederick st n of Second, 

dw Monument st e of Constitution 
Barnard mrs Sarah, Canal st s of Jefferson 
Barneclo J. W. clerk, R. R, office, corner Lombard and Amity sts 
Barnes John, stone cutter. Gravel alley s of Franklin st 
Barnes James, wheelwright, Baltimore st. dw Schroeder st n of 

Lexington 
Barnes Henry, carter, Apple alley s of Lancaster st 
Barnes Nancy, sewer, s side Hillen st w of Potter 
Barnes Philip, carpenter, s side Constitution st n of French 
Barnes Hannah, w side Bond st s of Bank 
Barnes S. editor of the Clipper, e side Exeter st st n of Pitt 
Barnes Wm. clerk Baltimore and O. R. R. Wilk st e of High 
Barnes Samuel, labourer. Burgundy alley e Warner st 
Barnes James G. Granby st e of Exeter 
Barnes D. cooper, Salisbury st w of Exeter 
Barnet B. grocer, Tyson alley near Tyson st 
Barnet mrs Susan, York st vv of Light 

Barnett Wm. mt tailor, 29S Bait st. dw Howard s of Madison 
Barnett A. H. grocer and com mt, 90 Dugan's wharf 
Barney mrs Mary, Lexington st between Eutaw and Paca 
Barney John & Son, mts. Exchange, Gay st 
Barney John, dw Calvert stopp city spring 
Barney L. dvv 61 n Charles st 
Barney mrs Fanny, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Barney Joshua, surveyor, corner Saratoga and Courtland sts 
Barnum D. proprietor City Hotel, cor Calvert and Fayette sts 
Barr Joshua, mariner, Wilk st w of Eden 
Barr John S. chairmaker, sside Low st e of Front 
Barr Margaret, s side Low st e of Front 
Barr James, St Paul st n of Mulberry 



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Barr Wm. dry ^ood merchant, 33 Baltimore st 

Barranger Lewis L. butcher, Lewis st s of Mullikin 

Barrett James G. musician. Pleasant st 1 door e of North 

Barrett Eliza, 11 Light st 

Barrett Gregory, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Barrett Andrew J. edge tool maker, corner Calvert and Franklin 

sts. dw Cove st s of Franklin 
Barrett mrs Margaret, dressmaker, Eden st s of Union alley 
Barrett Asa, bedding store, w side Penn av n of Franklin st. dw 

St Mary's court 
Barrett Hiram, shoemaker, Ensor sts of Madison 

Barrett gilder, Wilk st w of Canal 

Barrickman Jacob, mead brewer, Ensor st n of Madison 
Barringer Lazarus, butcher, Joppa ><j roads w of ropewalk 
Barringer John, huckster, Monument st e of Canal 
BarroU Benj. C. attorney at law, Lexington st opp Court house 
Barroll James & Son, commission merchants, 1 Bowly's wharf 
BarroU James, of above firm, dw Pleasant st w of Couriland 
Barroll James W. of above firm, dw St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Barroll John, basket & truss hoop maker. Bait e of Wandsbeck 
Barrou J. C. blacksmith, corner Eutaw and Conway sts. dw Co- 
lumbia st e of Cove 
Barrow Mary Ann, Lombard st w of Lloyd 
Barrow Denwood H. guager, and inspector of domestic liquors, 

Lombard st e of Exeter 
Barrow & Stewart, grocers and com mts. 94 Dugan's wharf 
Barrows E. P. 62 n Liberty st 
Barry Wm. n e corner Calvert and Bath sts 
Barry & Hurst, dry good mts, s e corner Baltimore and Liberty sts 
Barry Samuel M. of above firm, dw 74 n Liberty st 
Barr}'- John J. clerk, 140 Franklin st 1 door e of Chatsworth 
Barry Robert; 89 n Paca st 

Barry Barney, labourer, w side Canal st n of Salisbury 
Barry mrs Susan, s side Gay st w of High 
Barry mrs Eliza, w side Canal st n of Salisbury 
Barry James C. accountant, Stiles st e of High 
Barry John L. clerk in Franklin Bank, dw cor Exeter and Stiles sts 
Bartcher Christopher, cooper, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 
Bartcher Charity, confectioner, Alice Anna st w ol Market 
Barth Christian, boot and shoemaker, Louisiana st w of Jasper 
Bartholett John F. jeweller and die sinker, 36 e Fayette st 
Bartholomew Edward, saddler, n side French st w of Forest 
Bartlett Wm. piano forte maker, corner Saratoga and Eutaw sts 
Bartlett George & Co. hyde and leather dealers, 10 n Howard st 
Bardett'George, dw 78 n Liberty st 
Bartlett James, boat builder, Wills st n of Philpot 
Bartlett Wra. labourer, n end Happy alley [Eutaw sts 

Bartlett Wm E. & Son, druggists, -76 s Calvert st. dw cor Pratt & 
Bartlett Charles, teacher, n side Lombard st 5 doors e of Sharp 
Bartley Elizabeth, sewer, s side French st e of Bath 
Bartlow mrs Isabella, gardener, Belle-Air road 



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BAR 77 BAU 

Bartnian Christopher, labourer, Wolfe st e of Alice Anna 

Bartol George, coach maker, Calvert st 5 doors s of Bath 

Bartol Ann, \v side Potter si s of Douglass 

Barton Henry, proprietor of Baltimore Dairy, 72 Harrison st 

Barton Mary, huckster, Granby st e of Falls avenue 

Barton Samuel, carpenter, corner Holland and Eden sts 

Barton S. ship joiner. Star alley near Gough st 

Barton mrs Ann, grocer, corner Holland and Eden sts 

Barton Cordelia, w side Bond st n of Pratt 

Barton James, shoemaker, corner L McElderry and Canal sts 

Barton Mary, boarding house, s side French st e of Bath 

Barton Henry, Montgomery st w of William 

Barton Patience, Granby st w of Canal 

Bartow Theodocius, Pratt st e of Exeter 

Barius Henry, labourer, 45 Thames st 

Bash H. M. firm S. Scribner & Co. dw Reisterstown road near 

the 1st tool gate 
Bassan E. A. seminary, Saratoga st 1 door e of Park ^ 
Bassett &l Wellman, carpet chain, wrapping twine, arid grocery, 

272 Baltimore st 
Bassett J. shoemaker. East st s of Pitt 
Bassford Rev. Thomas, teacher of Male Free School, Courtland 

st near Pleasant 
Bassford Jacob, merchant tailor, 103 Baltimore st 
Batchelor, Joseph, employed at gas works, s w corner Saratoga 

and North sts. dw n side French st opposite Exeter 
Batchelor David, shoemaker, Caroline sts of Jefferson 
Batchelor Nathaniel, sailmaker, Wilk st w of Albemarle 
Bateger Henry, drayman, ill s Howard st 
Bateman Benjamin, tobacconist, Pitt s ofEden 
Bateman Wm. teacher, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Bateman mrs Eliza, York st w of Light 

Bateman Constance, sewer, e side Light st 2 doors s of Hamburg 
Batenfeld Christian, shoemaker, 16 Bond st 
Bates Wm. coachmaker, Armistead lane w of William st 
Bates James W. iron founder, e Falls avenue, dw Lombard st 

w of Market 
Bates John, grocer, corner Lombard st and Strawberry alley 
Bales Elizabeth, Market sts of Bank 

Baths CoUonade, L. Milhau, proprietor, cor Saratoga and Bath sts 
Bathurst M. & Son, importers. Exchange place s side near Gay st 
Bathurst Matthew, dw North st 3 doors s of Lexington 
Battee & Lowe, commission grain and tobacco mis, n w corner 

Light st wharf and Camden st 
Battee R. H. of above firm, dw Hanover st n of Lee 
Battise John, seaman, Fort avenue s of powderhouse 
Battrof Peter, corpenter, corner Cove and Saratoga sts 
Baud John, carpenter, Alice Anna st w oC Caroline 
Bauer & Espel, shoemakers, Calvert st opposite Mulberry 
Bauer David, blacksmith. Clay st w of Park, dw Park st between 

Fayette and Marion 
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Bauer M. shoemaker, n side Gay st \v of Aisquith 

Baugher Joseph, firm Seivall, Bau^her & Co. dvv 63 Greene st 

Bauojhman & Bevan, stone cutters, corner Franklin and Park sts 

Baughman Frederick, d\v 283 n Howard st 

Baughman George, Pine st s of Saratoga 

Baughman George & Co. dry goods mts. 270 Baltimors st dw28 

Hanorer st 
Bauhman Charles W. carpenter, Block st w of Wills 
Baum mrs Margaret, Pearl sts of Saratoga 
Baum Samuel, carpenter, Mulberry st w of Pearl, d\v Pearl st s 

of Mulberry 
Bauman M. shoemaker, e side Light'st s of Hughes's Quay 
Baumeister Henry, tavern keeper, 66 Harrison st 
Bourgelt Rebecca W. e side Eutaw st s of Franklin 
Baurgelt mrs Emeline, Park st n of Mulberry 
Baurraeister Edvvd. firm Hennigs & Co. dw 225 Baltimore st 
Bausmil Peter, tailor, Mott st n of Gay 

Bavinger George, firm Dutro & Bavinger, dw Pine near Franklin 
Bawden John, tailor, 16 Caroline st 
Baxler Mr. milk seller, w side Light st s end 
Baxley George, dw corner Howard and Franklin sts 
Baxley & Magers, wholesale grocers, cor Jasper and Franklin sts 
Baxley James, of above firm, 6\v Park st extended 
Baxley John, Park stn of Madison 

Baxley Elizabeth, grocer, intersection Constitution and Buren sts 
Baxter Dr. Willis, Fayette st n side e of Paca 
Baxter James, keeper of Market st Dairy, corner Holliday and 

Baltimore sts. dw Potter st n of Gay 
Baxter John N. M. D. 34 St Paul st 
Baxter James, blacksmith. Wagon alley w of Poppleton st 
Baxter Sarah, grocer, 15 Fleet st 
Bay Hugh, house carpenter, 3 New Church st 
Bay Hugh, carpenter, 277 n Howard st 
Bayard mrs Edith, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Bayer Thomas, labourer, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Bayley Henry, wholesale dealer in China, glass and queensware, 

and glass cutter, 10 Harrison stBazaar, dw 51 Pittst 
Bayley Wm. slater, w side Front st s of Low 
Baylies & Tyson, millers, s end Patterson st 
Baylies Nicholas, dw Exeter st n of Lombard 
Baylis mrs Jane, Lexington st e of Liberty 
Baylor John, carpenter. Cross st w of.William 
Bayly Wm. book keeper, e side High st s of French 
Bayne Benjamin, pilot, Ann st s of Bank 
Baynes James, skinner and wool dealer, French st near Bath — 

see advertisement page 34 
Baynes Joseph P. intersection of Harford av and Ensor st 
Bayzand Wm. H. merchant tailor, n e cor Baltimore and Holli- 
day sts. dw Aisquith s of Douglass 
Bazaar, e side Harrison st n of Baltimore, J. Daley, proprietor 
Bazaree John, mariner, Lancaster st e of Market 



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Beach Wm. 104 n Paca st 

Beach Tlios. J. Maiden lane e of East st 

Beach Warren, machinist, e side Front st s of Low 

Beacham Wra. firm Dull &. Beacham, dw Wilk si e of Exeter 

Beacham John, ship carpenter. High st s of Fawn 

Beachem Wm. shoemaker, e side Short st near Orleans 

Beadel Henry & Co. auctioneers and com mts. U German st 

Beal Thomas, segar maker, Centre Market space n of Pratt st 

Beal John, shoemaker, Ensor st n of Madison 

Beale Mrs. 12 Barnet st 

Beale Wm. E. carpenter, Eden st s of Jefferson 

Beall Wm. drayman, Madison st e of Lerew's alley 

Beall B. B. Paca st w of L Paca 

Beam Jacob, flour insp. 69 w Pratt st. dw George w of Penn av 

Beam Robt. M. proprietor Globe Inn, Baltimore st w of Howard 

Beamer H. W. grocer, n e corner Paca and Lexington sts. dw 

Eutaw near Mulberry 
Bean Joseph H. firm Sutton & Bean, dw 16 New Church st 
Bean Richard, pilot, Canton 

Bean E. venitian blind maker. Gay st 2 doors from the bridge 
Bean George, pilot, w side Ann st s of Bank 
Bear John, carpenter, York st e of Howard 
Bear Lawrence, musician, cor Shakespear and Bond sts 
Bear Rev. John P. Elder North Bait. Dist. M, E. Church, dw 

Market st s of Pratt 
Beard mrs Margaret, 6 and 7 Baltimore (or Lex. mkt.) Arcade 
Beard capt James, Market st s of Fleet 
Beard David, huckster, w side Penn av n of Pearl st 
Beard John, sea captain, Lee st e of Hanover 
Beard John, collector, 164 Hanover st corner of York 
Beard Matthew, engineer, Bank st e of Exeter 
Beard Joseph, corner e Falls av and Liberty alley 
Beastall Mary, tailoress, Lombard st w of Market 
Beasten George, wool and fur dealer, 10 Light st. dw Lombard 8t 
Beaston George J. Paca st s of Dover 
Bcaston G. & Son, commission merchants. Light st wharf, dw 

n side Lombard st w of High 
Beatson Henry, cabinet maker, Lombard st 1 door e of Friend's 

meeting house 
Beatty Harmanus, dw Fayette st e of Liberty 
Beatty James, Calvert st n of Lexington 
Beatty George, Wilk st w of Exeter 
Beatty Wm. H. & Co. wholesale grocers, s e corner Pratt st and 

Bowly's wharf 
Beauchamp Jesse, shoemaker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Beauchamp John, shoemaker, w side State st s of Franklin 
Bechler John, coachmaker, s w cor East and French sts 
Beck Thomas, carpet man. and dyer, 45 Centre Market space 
Beck Wm. cigar maker, Raborg st e of Pine 
Beck Henry, glazier, w side Canal st n of Wilk 
Beck James, Eutaw st s of Montgomery 



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Beckemeyer Wm. brewer, 2 Jackson's court, betw Saratoga and 

Lexington sts e of Rock 
Becker John D. porter Chesapeake Bank, 1 15 Exeter s of Hillen 
Becker mrs J uha A. dress maker, s side Baltimore st e of Canal 
Becket Matilda, seamstress, Thomsen st w of Short 
Beckett Thomas, engineer, Pratt st w of Amity 
Beckley Theophilus, carpenter, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Beckright Albert, pedlar, corner Market and Alice Anna sts 
Beckwith Richard, ship carpenter, vvside Ann sts of Alice Anna 
Bedencopf Martin, baker, 54 n Exeter st 
Bedford Wm. carter, Happy al e side n of Bank st 
Beaman miss Ann, Monument square opposite Battle Monument 
Beech Charles, carpenter, Greene st n of German 
Beefclt mrs Mary, Eutavv st n of Lombard 
Beehler Francis & Co. whip, cane, umbrella, spectacle, &c. 

store, 100 Baltimore st. dw BVederick road 
Beehler John, coachmaker, s w corner French and East sts 
Beeker mrs Julia A. dress maker, Baltimore st near Canal 
Beetley Robert, joiner, Wilk st w of Wolfe 
Behlen Paul, tavern, and seamen's boarding house, IS Bond st 
Behler Henry L. clothier, dw Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Behrens C. F. blacksmith, Lee st e of Charles 
Behrens Frederick, engineer, York st w of Light 
Beiswanger J. shoemaker, e side Forest st s of Orleans 
Bell John, blacksmith, Fayette st w of Poppleton 
Bell Richard, shipwricrht. Fleet st e of Argyle alley 
Bell Theophilus, carpenter, Raborg st w of Poppleton 
Bell Wm. shoe store, 4 Market space, dw Wilk st w of Canal 
Bell John, proprietor Eagle Coffee House, cor Louisiana & Jasper 
Bell Richard B. broker, dw n Frederick st near Baltimore 
Bell & Johnston, stone cutters, corner Calvert and Saratoga sts 
Bell J. C. druggist, Ross st near Orchard 
Bell Wm. grocer, corner Pitt and High sis 
Bell Mrs. w side Paca st n of Baltimore 
Bell mrs Catherine, Spring gardens 
Bell Walter, ship carpenter, Vork st e of Charles 
BellJesse, millwricrht. Black alley, w of Union st s of Ross 
Bell Geo. F. M. book keeper, Lombard st e of High 
Bell James, boot and shoe maker, Baltimore ste of Wandsbeck 
Bell George, tinner, Bahimore ste of Poppleton 
Bell Wm. carter, Mullikin st n e of Fairmount 
Bell Robert, carpenter, e side Canal st n of Silver 
Bell Elizabeth V. s side Hillen st w of East 
Bell Daniel, grocer, s e corner Forest and Orleans sts 
Bell John R. blacksmith, cur Potter and Hillen, dw Sterlinff st 
Bell Richard D. shoema ker. High s of Gay, d w Potter s of Hillen 
Bell T. carpenter, Carpenter's row, n of JPrat.t st w of Amity 
Bell Henry, shoemaker, 71 Light st s of Hughes's Quay 
Bell mrs Ann H. McHenry alley v/ of Poppleton st 
Bell Hugh, boot and shoe store, Centre Market space 3 doors s 

of Baltimore st. dw Holland e of Canal 



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Bellis John, mariner, e side Ann st s of Alice Anna 

Belt Geo. Gordon, attorney at law, Court house lane 

Belt Wm. basket maker, Marion st w of Park 

Belt T. Hanson, justice of peace, s w corner Fayette and St Paul 

sts. dw 10 Courtland st 
Belt & Brenan, property agents, s w cor Saratoga and St Paul 
Belt Mrs. teacher of music, e side Exeter st n of Lombard 
Belt Elisha, blacksmith, e side Short st near Aisquith 
Belton John, barber, Market st s of Lancaster 
Beltz Hartman, cordwainer. Canton e of Harris's creek 
Beltzhoover Geo. proprietor Fountain Inn, Light st 
Belvidere Tavern, at Behndere bridge. North st 
Bender John, victualler, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Bender Daniel, grocer and tea dealer, Franklin st e of Paca 
Bender Catherine, Franklin st e of Paca 
Bender Augustus, tailor, s w cor Baltimore and Schroeder sts 
Bender Jacob, tavern, 16 Market st F. P. 
Bendy Eliza, tailoress, Second st n side e of South 
Benezet George, Holliday sts of Pleasant 
Benix Nathaniel, comb maker, 92 n Howard st 
Benix Elisha, plaisterer, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Benjamin Levi, 2d hand furniture and gold and silver store, cor 

Harrison and Gay sts 
Benjamin Samuel, grocer, Douglass st e of Forest 
Benker John H. tavern, corner Wilk and Exeter sts 
Benner A. tavern, n side Lombard st e of Gay 
Benner Christian, cabinet maker. Union st near Ross 
Benner Henry, potter, Mullikin st e of Bond 
Benner Thomas S. clerk, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Benner Samuel, silver plater, Montgomery st w of Light 
Bennet E. W. lott'y brok. Baltimore st e of Front, dw 47 n Gay 
Bennet George L carpenter, corner Lombard and Spring sts 
Bennet Mrs. dress and habit maker, 89 Baltimore street 
Bennet Alexander, comb maker. Canal st s of L McElderry 
Bennet Eli, w side Eutaw st n of Madison 
Bennet John & Co. grocers, 22 Thames st 
Bennet John, dw 20 Thames st 
Bennett Rosa, Pratt st e of Canal 
Bennet Harriet, 20 Thames st 
Bennet capi Richard, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Bennett & Rose, carpenters. Canton — see advertisement page 8 
Bennett Wm. J. ship chandler and grocer, cor Fleet and Wolfe 

sts. dw Thames st 
Bennett Mary, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Bennett John, millwright, corner Paca and Warner sts 
Bennett Fielding, pilot, Ann st s of Fleet 
Bennock Thomas, stone mason, Caroline st s of Baltimore 
Benny Jona. shoemaker, Monument st w of Caroline 
Benny Margaret, s side Hillen st e of Front 
Benoit Susan, w side Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Bensle John, cooper, e side Light st s of Hughes's Quay 



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Benson Hannali, George st e of Pine 

Benson Samuel, merchant tailor, 68 Baltimore st 

Benson Mary, seamstress, Hilien st w of Potter 

Benson capt Wm. R. corner Pratt and Spring sts 

Benson mrs Margaret, 59 Centre Market space 

Benswanger S. dry goods store, e side Exeter st n of Low 

Benteen F. D. music store, 137 Bait st. d\v Albemarle s of Granby 

Benteen Henry, stone cutter, corner Cider alley and Eutaw st. 

dw Lombard st w of Penn 
Benteen H. C. stonecutter, Eutaw st s of German, dw German 

st w of Infirmary — see advertisement page ^7 
Bentley, Randall & Co. portable steam boiler manufacturers, 

Holliday st betw Saratoga and Pleasant 
Bentley Chas. W. of above firm, dw Cambridge st Canton 
Bentley Thomas, brickmaker, China alley s ofLeest 
Bentnar Henry, shoemaker, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Benton B. boot and shoe maker, Baltimore st 1 door w of Paca 
Bentz mrs J. A. s side Lombard st 3 doors e of Hanover 
Bentzinger Matthias, commissioner ofRtreets, Greene n of Pratt 
Beppler Lewis, tailor, Bank st w of Canal 
Berger Clemence, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Berger Nicholas, milkman, Hamburg st Federal Hill 
Berkett John, labourer, 15 Bond st 
Bernard Nicholas, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Bernard Wm. fisher. Fort avenue s of Powder house 
Berngen Gotleib, shoemaker, 84 Bond st 
Berry Mary, Biddle st near George 

Berry J. & T. L. fire proof brick man. s Sharp st near Hill 
Berry Wm. labourer, corner Bath and Calvert sts 
Berry W. H. grocer, 89 w Pratt st 
Berry Edward, mariner, e side Bond st s of Fleet 
Berry Robert D. 76 Pitt st 
Berry John, carpenter, e side Market alley 
Berry Horatio, carpenter, German st w of Greene, shop alley opp 
Berry John VV, carpenter, do do do . 

Berry John H. jr. grocer, Lombard st n side 2 doors e of Han- 
over, dw L Greene s of Paca 
Berryraan John, clerk, Co. Clerk's office, dw Franklin st e of Pine 
Berryraan John, shoemaker, Monument st w of Caroline 
Bersch Wm. tavern keeper, Lexington st e of Greene 
Bersch Henry, tailor, corner Pitt and High sts 
Berteau Nicholas, corner Lombard and Bond sts 
Besemann C. watchmaker, w side Gay ste of Exeter 
Best Rev. Hezekiah, of Seamen's Bethel, dw Market st s of Pratt 
Bestor J. Rollin, book keeper, 176 Paca st 
Beswick Benj. W. mariner, w side Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Betson Joseph, oak cooper, Eutaw court, or Chamberlain alley 

w of State st 
Bettman Morris, 27 Lombard st e of Frederick 
Betton Alfred, Yorkst e of Howard 
Betts Solomon, 27 St Paul st 



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Betts Wra. printer, 67 e Lombard st 

Betts John, carpenter, 85 Bond st 

Belts Royston, dw Cathedral st n of Mulberry 

Betts Alex. P. firm German & Betts, dw Caroline st s of Pratt 

Beiicke Dr. J. A. 14 s Liberty st 

Bevan Horatio, firm of Baughman & Bevan, dw Park st near 

Richmond market 
Bevan Samuel, merchant, e side Greene st near Mulberry 
Bevan John, dry goods store, 29 w Pratt st 
Bevan Samuel, dry goods merchant, 173 Bait, st dw Greene st 
Bevan Joseph, dry goods dealer. Gay st 2 doors n of Exeter 
Bevan Reuben A. L. cabinet maker, e Baltimore st near Canal, 

dw Pitt e of Eden 
Bevans Wm. Holliday st s of Saratoga 
Bevans David, huckster, New st e of Paca 
Bevans Timothy J. tavern, n side Fish Market space 
Bevans John, carpenter, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Beveridge Charles C. tailor, s e cor Lexington and Park sts 
Beveridge Mrs. 19 e Water st 

Beveridge Francis, tailor, s side Addison st w of High 
Beziat Francis, blacksmith, corner Spring st and Hammond alley 
Biattengar J. D. shoemaker, Penn av near Eutaw st 
Bickener Peter, labourer, Apple al s of Alice Anna st 
Bickham Mrs. miniature painter, 95 Baltimore st 
Bickham mrs Eliza, w side Canal st n of Salisbury 
Bickley Samuel, boot and shoe maker, 68 Centre Market space 
Bickley C. fancy store, 68 Centre Market space 
Biddison mrs Meshack, Abraham st near Britton 
Biddle Mrs. n side Fayette st e of Pine 
Biddle Perry, carpenter, Hollins st w of Poppleton 
Bier Jacob, president Marine Bank, dw over the bank, corner 

Gay and Second sts 
Bier Frederick, harness maker, 54 Harrison st 
Bierbower L. nut and washer manufacturer, 65 Saratoga st 4 

doors e of Eutaw — see advertisement page 10 
Biofgart mrs Margaret, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Biggs Wm. Howard st s of Richmond 
Biggs Wm. butcher. Bond st n of Pitt 

Bigham John &c Saml. grocers, n w cor Eutaw and Franklin sts 
Bigham John, dw Paca st betw Mulberry and Saratoga 
Bigham Samuel, dw Paca st betw Saratoga and Mulberry 
Bihy John, baker, cor Cove and Sarah Ann sts 
Billings Mary, seamstress, w side Hollingsworth st n of Lombard 
Billmyer Henry, shoe dealer, 17, 19 and 21 Maryland Arcade, dw 

w side East st n of Hillen 
Billmyer Jacob, boot and shoe maker, n side Louisiana st. dw 

East n of Hillen 
Billop Rev. Thos. e ^.ide Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Billups mrs Louisa, 52 w Pratt st 

Billyer Jacob, shoemaker. East st. dw s side^French e of Potter 
Bilsoa John, plaisterer. Pearl st n of Fayette 



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Bilson Samuel, plaisterer, 65 Greene st 
Bines Robert, Conway st w of L Paca 
Bingham's Pittsburcr Freisht and Emigrant Line, Jas. Wilson, 

agent, Howard st s of Franklin 
Binix mrs Amelia, Mullikin st n e of Fairmount 
Binix Edward, plaisterer, Spring st s of Silver 
Binyon Wm. carpenter, e side Ann st s of Wilk 
Binyon Thomas, nightman, corner Fleet st and Happy alley 
Birch Wm. S. paper hanger and upholsterer, 130 Baltimore st — 

see advertisement 
Birckhead & Pearce, merchants, e side Commerce st 
BircKhead & West, merchant tailors, 5 North st 
Birckhead Christopher, of firm, dvv Monument st 2 e of Canal 
Birckhead mrs Doctor, 8t Paul st n of Mulberry 
Birckhead Hugh, Charles st s of Barnet 

Birckhead John W. tailor, 10 n Frederick, dw Gay near Aisquith 
Bird J. Edward, dry goods merchant, 89 Baltimore st. dw Fay- 
ette betw Liberty and McClellan 
Bird Wm. bricklayer. Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Bird Edward, blacksmith, Henrietta st w of Light 
Birey Lewis A. currier, Cheapside, dw 119 Pratt e of Paca 
Birely V. hide, oil and leather dealer, Cheapside 
Birkey Thomas H. surgeon dentist, 86 n Howard st 
Birkey mrs Mary, dry goods store, 86 n Howard st 
Birkhead John, tailor, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Birkhead Christopher, mariner, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 
Birthouse mrs Elizabeth, Belle Air road 
BischofFF. H. tobacco dealer, corner Howard and Barre sts 
Biscoe John, shoemaker, Mullikin st e of Caroline 
Biscoe James, com mt. 13 liight st wharf, dw 95 s Paca st 
Biscoe Samuel C. pilot, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Bisher Frederick, carpenter, Madison st w of Eutaw 
Bishop Richard, coachmaker, corner Charles and Fayette sts 
Bishop James, cabinet maker, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Bishop Patrick, labourer, corner Emory and Haw sts 
Bishop Elijah, merchant tailor, 39 w Pratt st. dw 8 Wayne st 
Bishop Richard B. & Son, painters, Thames st. dw Wolf si. n 

of Lancaster 
Bishop NichsC. of above firm, dw Gough st betw Wolfe and Ann 
Bishop George W. carter, corner Wilk st and Star alley 
Bishop Elizabeth, e side Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Bissett Thomas, hatter, Columbia st e of Emory 
Bitterson Thomas, carpenter, e side Apple alley n of Lombard st 
Bivins F. J. huckster, n side Fish Market space 
Bixler Louis A. tobacconist, 57 n Howard st 
Bixler mrs David, Pearl st s of Lexington 
Bixler Daniel, dw 57 n Howard st 

Bizouard Thomas J. Counsul of Rome, corner Pine and George sts 
Black Washington, keeper of Howard House, North st opposite 

Baltimore and Susquehanna Depot 
Black John, sailmaker, Wilk st w of Ann 



BLA 85 , BLI 



Black Thomas & Co. flour merchants, 30 n Hanover st 

Black John R. carpenter, Franklin st 1 door n of Pine 

Black John, weaver, Franklin st extended 

Black Washington, grocer, corner Pearl and Raborg sts 

Black Vachel sen. potter, German st w of Paca, dw Market alley 

Black Henry, trunk maker, corner East st and Halfmoon alley 

Black Wm. carpenter, Boyd st \v of Amity 

Blackburn John C. attorney at law. Court house lane, dw Pearl 

st n of Lexington 
Blackiston J. B. cabinet maker, Cove st n of Saratoga, dw Cove 

st n of Sarah Ann 
Blacklar W. butcher, dw cor Pitt and Bond st3 
Blacklock N. F. clerk, s w cor Sharp and Perry sts 
Blackwood J. & Co. carpet store^ 18S^ Baltimore st 
Blades Samuel, chair maker, e side High st n of Pitt 
Blades Colmar, shoemaker, e of Sharp n of Cross st 
Blair James, justice of peace, 30 Eutawst near Lexington dw 

Franklin st e of Pine 
Blair George, copperplate printer. Pine st s of Mulberry 
Blair Wm. w side Front st n of Pitt 

Blake & Fales, iron founders, North st betw Franklin and Bath 
Blake John, carpet weaver, Lerew's al s of Richmond st 
Blake Mr. blacksmith, Monument st e of Ensor 
Blake J. R. bricklayer, Caroline st s of Jefferson 
Blake John S. wood measurer, Paca st w of Warner 
Blake George, grocer, 151 s Sharp st cor York 
Blake John W. saddler and harness maker, 46 South st 
Blakeley Abel, carpenter, s side Hillen e of Forest, dw Ensor st 
Blakeney John, carpenter. Monument st e of Aisquilh 
Blakeney A. R. carpenter, n side Ensor st e of Forest 
Blakey Mary, corset maker, e side High st s of Pitt 
Blakey James, e side High st s of Pitt 

Blanch Jeremiah, carpenter, Mulberry st. dw Orleans e of Eden 
Blanchard Mrs. Elizabeth, 7 Waterloo row 
Blanchard Miss Mary, teacher, w side Green st n of Mulberry 
Blanchard Capt- Wm. B. Wilk st opposite High 
Blanchard T. H. tavern. No. 1 Fish market 
Blanche J. house carpenter, corner Mullikin and Spring sts. dw 

Orleans near Eden 
Blaney Thomas, butcher, York av n of Madison st 
Blandford John M. ship carpenter, w side Ann st s of Wilk 
Blasdel John C. firm Rogers & Blasdel, dw Saratoga st extend- 
ed, opposite Robert Gilmore's country seat 
Blash Samuel, sailmaker, cor Fleet st and Castle alley 
Blass W. H. firm Johnston, Green & Blass, Sterling near Monu't. 
Bleskey Gotlieb, tavern, 13 Thames st 
Blessing Frederick, laborer, Sterling st s of Madison 
Blattkner Christopher, basket maker. Wagon al e of Eutaw st 
Bleakly S. H- currier, 5 e Water st opposite Cheapside 
Blick Wm. B. broker, n side Gay st near Town Clock, dw cor- 
ner Orleans and Spring 
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BLI 86 BOG 

Blinslinorer Geo. M. baker, 132 n Eutaw st 

Bliss & Caldwell, grocers, 254i Baltimore st 

Blizzard John, carter. Mulberry st e of Green 

Blizzard John, coppersmith, Harford av s of Neighbor st 

Block Elizabeth, n w cor Ensor and Forest sts 

Block Simon, furniture store, 90 Bond st 

Block Mrs. Harriet, Eden st s of Jefferson 

Block E. 134 s Sharpest 

Bloecher John, tailor, Albemarle st n of Lombard 

Blomentahl Levi, pedlar, 2 Market st 

Bloomer J. W. hat store, s w cor Baltimore and Calvert sts. dvv 

Lloyd s of SaHsbury 
Bloomer Frederick, hatter, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Blout Levi, boarding house, 15 Fleet st 
Bioxham Wansbro, editor^ Comet st w of Aisquith 
Blucher Matthias, engineer, Holland st e of Schroeder 
Blum Meyer, grocer. Bond st n of Lancaster 
Blumer Aug. wheelright, s w cor Potter & Hillen sts. dw French 
Blundel Malachi, clothier, 73 n Howard st 
Blundel Dennis, clothier, 63 n Howard st , 

Blunt James, carpenter, s side French st e of Exeter 
Boarman George, carpenter, Franklin st w ol Chaisworih 
Boarman Andrew, bricklayer, Poppleton st s of Fayette 
Bobart Miss Mary J. Jefferson st e of Spring 
Bobb Andrew S. gardner, Cross st e of Johnson 
Bobert George, brewer, cider al betw Howard and Eutaw 
Bobeth & Schulenberg, cabinet makers, e side Sharp st s of Pratt 
Bobeth Charles, firm Bobeth & Schulenberg, dw Little Green st n 

of Burgundy alley 
Boda William, machinist, Lombard st e of Schroeder 
Bodder L. D., Dr. Lexington st w of Liberty 
Boden James, watchman, Hillen st e of Exeter 
Boden William, gunsmith, Monument st w of Aisquith 
Boden Agnes M. grocer, n side Hillen st 4 doors e of Exeter 
Bodensick David, cabinet maker, Lexington st vv of Howard, 

dvv Franklin st w of Chalsworth 
Bodfield Susan, tailoress, s side Hillen w of Potter 
Bodily Ralph, painter, Orleans st w of Eden 
Bodily Ral|)h, Caroline n of Hampstead 

Bodmann Wm. vinegar depot, 57 s Howard st. dw Pratt No. 82 
Boehm C. G. & Son^ merchants, over 26 s Charles st. dw 121 

Hanover st 
Boehm Lewis C. firm C. G. Boehm & Son, dw Franklin st 
Boeshaar John, shoemaker, e side Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Boggs John & Co. commission merchants. Spear's wharf No. 14- 
Buggs Alex'r. L. firm John Boggs & Co. e Baltimore st. s side 

near Exeter 
Boggs John, grocer, Hamilton st w of St- Paul 
Boggs Wm, grocer and commission merchant, n w cor Pratt and, 

Commerce, dw Pratt st 2d door w of High 
Boggs Andrew, meal seller, Rossst near Eutaw 



BOG 87 BON 

Boffgs David, sergeant of marines, 16 n Exeter st 

Boggs H. & Son, wine and liquor merchants, e side Commerce 

St s of Lombard 
Boggs II. 96 Hanover st cor Conway 
Boggus Robert S. shoemaker, e side State st n of Saratoga 
Bogle J. & R. artists, 15H Baltimore st 
Bogue Henry, merchant tailor, n Calvert st under Barnum's City 

Hotel, dw New Church st 
Bogue Mrs. Maria, Cross st e of William 
Bohn Jacob, 130 n Howard st 

Bohn Mrs. Camilla, grocer, cor Barre and Sharp sts 
Bois capt. Albert, Lombard st w of Caroline 
Boizard Joseph, proprietor of European house, n w cor South 

and Lombard sts 
Bokee Wm. crockery, Howard st. dw w side High st n of Pitt 

rison st and 37 n Howard st (see advertisement page 29) 

dw High st betw Pitt and Low 
Bokee John C. n e cor Howard and Perry sts 
Bokern Frederick, cabinet maker, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Boland Michael, carter, Welcome al w of Hanover st 
Boiden Thomas, pilot, Wilk st w of Ann 
Bolger Morris, dairy, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Bolgiano & Co. lottery office, 4 n Calvert st. dw Wm. F. Bol- 

giano. East st 
Bolgiano Wm. G. dw East st n of Hillen 
Bolgiano John, bacon dealer, Ensor st s of Madison 
Boling Mrs. Lurancy, Fawn st e of Exeter 
Bokman R. blacksmith, Fayette st w of Popplein 
BoUman George, baker, Hillen st w of East 
Bollmann Josephine, milliner, w side Exeter n of Gay 
Bollman Wendel, carpenter, Penn av n of Greenwillovv st 
Bolster Mrs. J. A. 189 s Sharp st 
liolte John F. grocer and produce merchant, Gay st 1 door s of 

Exeter dw intersection of Harford av and Ensor st 
Bolten Mary, Market st s of Fleet 
Bolton James, cor Maiden lane and Aisquith st 
Bolton Hugh & Co. oil and paint store, 71 MeElderry's wharfi 

dw Front st opp Orphan asylum 
Bombarger J. W. wheelwright, Richmond st wof Cathedral 
Bombarger Wm. constable, cor Hampstead st & Strawberry al 
Bombarger Wm. H. constable, at Esq. Gorsuch's office, dw s 

side Ensor st e of Town Clock 
Bombarger John, e side Bond n of Pratt 
Bomberger Martin, carter, 93 Saratoga st 1 door w of Eutaw 
Bomshlegel J. shoemaker, French 1 door e of Exeter 
Bonaparte J. N. cor Park and Centre sts 

Bond Dr. Thomas E. jr. n side Lombard st 1 door e of Sharp 
Bond Mrs. Jemima, tailoress, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Bond Thomas, City Spring Court, 1 door w of Charles 
B^ad Wm, laborer, Richmoad st e olXerew's alley 



BON 88 BOO 

Bond Anthony, firm W. Thield & Co. dw Conway st 
Bond Thomas, dyer. Pierce st n of Chalsvvorth 
Bond James, dry goods store and dyin^^ establish't, 95 w Pratt 
Bond Wm. watchman, Orleans st e of Canal 
Bond Eleonor, n side Lombard st 4 doors e of Eutaw 
Bond Thomas, carter. Forest st s of Douglass 
Bond Z. 0. bailiff, Forest st n of Gay- 
Bond Thomas W. w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Bond John W. Lee st e of Hanover 
Bond John, huckster, York st e of Charles 
Bond Henry, ship carpenter, York st e of Charles 
Bond Aquiila, shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Wolf 
Bond Jos. A. blacksmith, Lombard st w of Exeter 
Bond James, w side Caroline st s of Lombard 
Bond Benjamin, e side Exeter st n of Stiles 
Bond Lambert W. boarding house, Albemarle st 3drs s of Pratt 
Bond Mrs. Ann, Perry st w of Charles 

Bonday James, cooper, firm Wm. Espey & Co. dw 8 Fleet st 
Bonn Miss Mary, seamstress, Ross st near Eutaw 
Bonn Mrs. Ann, seamstress, Lewis st s of Mullikin 
Bonn Mrs. Ann, dw Perry st w of Charles 
Bonn A. & J. and Brothers, tobacco, snuff and scgar manufactu- 
rers, No. 8 Pratt st 3 doors w of Light 
Bonn Richard, firm ditto, dw Eutaw st n of Conway 
Bonn Joseph, firm ditto, dw 10 Sharp st 
Bonn Anthony, firm ditto, dw 81 Conway st 
Bonner Hugh, shoemaker, Holland st e of Canal 
Bonner John, Granby st e of Gough 
Bonninger Brothers, s Charles st n of Perry st 
Bonsall, Heald & Co. bookbinders. Bank lane, e of Charles st 
Book Committee Methodist Protestani Church, office n w cor 

Charles and Baitimare sts 
Booker John L. hatter, Madisow st e of Howard 
Bookhein John, grocer, President st n of Wilk 
Bookhultz Joseph, grocer, cor Sugar al and Charles sts 
Bookhultz George, machinist, e side Light st s of Hughes 
Bookhurst Francis, cordwainer, wside Exeter st s of French 
Bool H. AV. jr. auction and commission store, 60 Baltimore st 
Boon Wm. cabinet maker, Pearl st n of Lexington 
Boon Benjamin, printer, Lee st w of Light 
Boone John H. D. lottery office, s w cor Gay and Baltimore sts. 

dw Ensor st 
Boone Nicholas, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Boone Bm*ley G. book agent, Gough st e of Canal 
Boorman JoFin D. bailiff. 
Booth Mrs, Elizabeth, 61 Harrison st 
Booth F. B. second hand goods dealer, 39 Harrison st 
Booth Elizabeth, seamstress, s side Hillen st near Potter 
Booth Junius B. tragedian, e side High st n of Gay 
Booth John R. tobacconist, s w cor Kianover and CamdeQ sts, 
dw Hanover near Hill 



BOO 89 BOS 

Booth Joseph, plaisterer, e side Canal st s of Baltimore 
Booth Wra. O, L. painter, 57 Albemarle st 
Boothe Ellen, nurse, vv side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Booze Benjamin, shipwrit]jht, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Bopp Lawrence, shoemaker, Charles st s of Lee 
Borcrie Ciiarles, shoemaker, e side High st n of Pitt 
Bordley Beale, portrait painter, 155 Baltimore st 
Bordley D. C. H. Park st n of Madison 
Bordley Mrs. Susan G. L. Paca st n of Perry 
Bordley William, Franklin Bank, dvv corner Green and Ger- 
man sts 
Bordley Samuel, tinner, York st e of Hanover 
Borgelt John, carpenter, Wagon al e of Eutaw st 
Boring Wm. stone mason, w side Paca st n of Mulberry 
Boring John T. cor Sharp st and Welcome al 
Borkemp Francis, baker, 120 n Eutaw st 
Borkett Mrs. Mary, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Born George M. shoemaker, cor Gough st and Happy al 
Bose Henry, laborer, Lancaster st. w of Ann 
Bose Wm. firm Dobbin, Murphy &- Bose, of the "American," 

dw St Paul st s of Pleasant 
Bose Lewis, lal^ourer, Hoffman st near Ross 

Bosheriff , n side Hillen st 7 door vv of High 

Boshi Dederick, grocer, Pratt st s side e of Commerce 
Bosle Peter, baker, Pratt st w of President 
Bosley James, Fayette st n side e of Calvert st 
Bosley Mrs. A. corset store, n Liberty st 2 doors from Baltimore 
Bosley John A. flour dealer, cor Orleans and Eden sts 
Bosley John, shoemaker, York av n of Monument st 
Bosley Elizabeth^ tailoress, Gough st e of Caroline 
Bosley & Knighton, property agents, 27 Second st opposite Mer- 
chants' Bank 
Bosley James B. firm ditto, dw Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Bosman Ed. calico printer, Lombard st w of Market 
Boss Henry & Co. plumbers, 20 Thames st 
Boss Henry, firm ditto, dw Bond st betw Gough and Bank 
Boss Harriet, Bank st e of Market 
Boss Hays^ watchman, 108 Dugan's wharf 
Bosselle Louis, laborer, Wilk st e of President 
Boston James, Hanover st s of Sugar alley 
Boston Jacob, hatter, 8 s Calvert st. dw Lombard st e of Exeter 
Boston Daniel, mariner. Bond st s of Alice Anna st 
Boston Charles, carpenter, Ed^n st s of Gough 
Boston & Price, hatters. No. 1 South st 

Boston John B. hatter, firm do. dw Courtland st s of Pleasant 
Boston Wm. sailmaker, 53 S. Liberty st 
Boswell John, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Boswell B. turner, 1 Jackson's court, near Saratoga st e of Rock 
Boswell Wm. brickmaker, Charles st s of Hamburg 
Boswell James, music and fancy store, s w corner Baltimore and 
Charles sts. dw Baltimore st w of Caroline 
H* 



BOS 90 BOW 

Bosworth Barbara, washer, n side French st opposite East 

Boltimore Mrs. seamstress, Forest st s of Madison 

Bottimore & Woollen, carpenters, Mulberry st e of Pine 

Bottimore Wm. G. firm ditto, dw Eutaw st 3 doors n of New 

Bottimore Ann, milliner, 121 Eutaw st 

Bottomer Thomas, ladies' shoemaker, 23 Saratoga st e of Park 

Bouchet Mrs. dealer in 2d hand clothing, 36 Harrison st 

Bouchet M. clothing and furniture dealer, 51 i Harrison st 

Bouer Lorenzo, shoemaker, Pitt st w of Canal 

Boughman Wilson, printer, w side High st s of Lombard 

Bouge Robert, tobacconist, Conway st e of L. Green 

Bonis Stephen, tin and sheet iron manufacturer, 28 Baltimore st 

Bouis John, shoemaker, Henrietta st e of Hanover 

Bouis Joseph, tinner and sheet iron worker, 16 South st 

Bouis John, No. 16 South st 

Boulden Mrs. M. A. cor College al and L. Pleasant st 

Boulden David P„ grocer, cor Gough and Granby sts 

Bouldin Henry, farmer, cor Monument and Canal sts 

Bouldin James A. carter, Wolf st n of Fleet 

Bouldin A. J. & O. Surveyors of Baltimore city and county, 

Calvert st betw Saratoga and Lexington sts 
Bouldin A. J. of firm, dw s e cor Aisquith and Chew sts 
Bouldin O. of firm, Bel Air Road 
Boulding John, blacksmith, Wolf st n of Lancaster st 
Boult Thomas H. pilot, Gough st w of Bond 
Boult Julia Ann, w side Bond st s of Gough 
Boulton Anthony, books and stationery dealer, 14 Md. Arcade 
Bounds James R. boot maker, Aisquith st w of Thomsen 
Bourback S. M. florist & botanist, Lexington st eofPoppieton 
Bourieu John, tailor, 19 Lombard st. dw Orleans st 
Boursaud A. French and English boarding school, n e cor Lex- 
ington and Cove 
Boury Joseph, importer and dealer in French, English and Ger- 
man goods, 170 Bait. st. dw Plowman st opp Albemarle 
Bousch Conrad, tavern, President st n of Wilk 
Bowdle Eliza and Jane, dry goods store, n side Gay st e of Forest 
Bowen George A. bricklayer, Madison st e ol" Howard 
Bowen Jones, laborer. Dolphin near Ross st 
Bowen Wm. laborer, Greenwillow st near Penn av 
Bowen Nelson, carpenter, Cove st n of Pierce 
Bowen Jesse, carpenter and machinist, Silver st e of Eden 
Bowen & Lefevre, painters, s side Gay st e of Front st 
Bowen Isaac, of firm do. dw opposite do. 
Bowen Mrs. Ann, lailoress, Charles st n of Hill 
Bowen Mary, midwife. Fleet st e of Market 
Bowen Wm. carpenter, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Bowen Charles, grocery, 19 Caroline st n of Fleet 
Bower John, tinner. Temple st No 9 
Bower Conrad, milkman. Canton, on city line 
Bower John J. victualler, w end Saratoga st 
Bower George, over 23 centre market space • 



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Bower David, blacksmith, Clay st. dvv Park n of Fayette st 

Bowerman Richard, tobacco inspector, Barre st vv of Charles 

Bowerman H. M. Lexintrton st n side w of Charles 

Bowers A. laborer, Mulberry court e of Rock st & s of Saratoga 

Bowers James, carter, Baltimore st e of Amity 

Bowers Rebecca, Lewis st n of Holland 

Bowers Wm. coach painter, Ensor st n of Madison 

Bowers Margaret, Exeter st s of Gay 

Bowers Mrs. Elizabeth, Eutaw st s of Dover 

Bowers Elizabeth, tailoress, Armistead lane w of William st 

Bowers John, laborer, n e cor Mercer and Grant sts 

Bowers & Hume, cabinet makers, Charles st 4 drs 8 of Lombard 

Bowersox Augustus, carpenter, Raborg st e of Cove 

Bowersox Levi, constable, Pine st s of Mulberry 

Bowie J. H. silversmith, 58 Bank lane w of St Paul, dw Penn av 

Bowie R. S. house and sign painter, 99^ Baltimore st. dw Hol- 

liday st n of Saratoga 
Bowie Elizabeth, huckster, York av n of Madison st 
Bowlby John, proprietor of the Parisian vegetable bitters, 27 e 

Baltimore st w of High 
Bowley Daniel, firm of ditto, dw Lexington st w of North 
Bowley Edward, gardner, York av n of Madison st 
Bowley S. H. book keeper, bank of Baltimore, dw E Baltimore 

st opposite Lloyd 
Bowly & Falconer, dry goods mts. 198 Baltimore st 
Bowman Wm. mariner, Fleet st e of Ann 
Bowman Henry, accountant, Stiles st w of Exeter 
Bowman Ann, 68 Market st 
Bowroarh Thomas, fruit store, 20 e Pratt st 
Boyce Charles, Pleasant st 1 door e of Park 
Boyce T. watchman, at R. road depot, dw Paca st w of L Green 
Boyce C. brickmaker, Montgomery st w of Light 
Boyd Misses, Fayette st s side betw St Paul and Charles 
Boyd Robert, laborer, e side Charles st 2d door s of Camden 
Boyd & Chappell, tobacconists, cor Pratt and HoUingsworth sts 
Boyd W. A. firm ditto, dw High st s of Lombard 
Boyd Joseph C- attorney at law, court house lane 
Boyd Mary J. Saratoga st betw Charles & Sharp 
Boyd Jacob, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Pine 
Boyd McHenry, Franklin st e of St Paul 
Boyd Samuel, shoemaker, Pine st s of Franklin 
Boyd Wm. merchant tailor, cor Baltimore and Liberty sts 
Boyd Samuel, carpenter, Pitt st e of Bond 
Boyd Hugh, Caroline st s of Pitt 
Boyd A. coach trimmer, York av s of Madison st 
Boyd John L. carpenter, Ensor st n of Madison 
Boyd Joseph, hatter, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 
Boyd Mrs Margaret, Scott st n of West 
Boyd Samuel, lumber merchant, Caroline st near Baltimore, dw 
Baltimore st w of Caroline 



BOY 92 BRA 

Boyd John, sailmaker, firm Hooper, Hardester & Co. dw Eden 

St s of Pratt 
Boyd John, porter cellar, South st e side near Baltimore, dw cor 

Albemarle and Granby sts 
Boyd Cornelius, machinist, 57 s Charles st 
Boyd P. soap & candle manufacturer, Albemarle st sofPlowm. 
Boyd Robert, porter cellar. South st. dw Lovely lane 
Boyer & Diffenderffer, grocers and com. rats, s e cor Pratt st 

and McElderry's wharf 
Boyer Jacob, firm ditto, dw cor Albemarle and Pratt sts 
Boyle Hugh, com. mt. 50 S Gay st. coal yard corner e Falls av 

and Alice Anne, dw n Charles st s of St Paul's church 
Boyle Francis, 33 L Sharp st 
Boyle Edward, tavern keeper, 10 n Liberty st 
Boyle Wm. K. printer, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Boyle Michael, bottler, under City Hotel, dw s side Mercer st 5' 

doors e of Light 
Braby Henry, portrait painter, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Brackin Davis, boarding house, e side Light st s of Lombard 
Bradberry Mary J. Philpot st w of Wills 
Bradebaugh Jacob, shoemaker, Bank st wof Eden 
Braden Wm. 274 n Howard st 
Bradenbaugh Charles, Saratoga st 1 door w of Paca 
Bradenbaugh John, dw 72 n Liberty st 
Bradford mrs Jane, principal of Female Seminary, Saratoga st 

between St Paul and Courtland 
Bradford A. W. attorney at law, 11 Law Buildings, dw Aisquith 

st s of Jackson 
Bradford John, corner Charles and Pleasant sts 
Bradford Jas. blacksmith, Howard st opp the Richmond market 
Bradford Gamaliel, engineer, Howard st near Richmond market 
Bradford Margaret, Washington st s of Wilk 
Bradford John, miller, corner Commerce and Cable sts. dw corner 

Charles and Pleasant 
Bradley E. B. 201 Baltimore st 
Bradley James, w side East st s of Douglass 
Bradley U. & H. tinners, Eutaw st s of German 
Bradley U. dw 33 German st 
Bradley Robt. H. superintendent of streets and police oflScer, dw 

Gough n of Granby 
Bradshaw C. proprietor '*U. S. hotel," w Pratt st opp Baltimore 

and Ohio Rail Road Depot 
Brady James, dyer, 70 North st 

Brady Greenbury, block & pump maker, Richmond st w of Park 
Brady E. F. dw Greene st opposite Medical College 
Brady mrs Mary, store keeper, s w corner Baltimore and Pine sts 
Brady Hugh, sand hauler, Park st s of Richmond 
Brady Joseph, coach painter, Silver st w of Eden 
Brady mrs Ann, intersection of Harford avenue and Aisquith st 
Brady Patrick, stone cutter, n w corner Douglass and Forest sts 
Brady James, marble polisher, Haw st w of Emory • 



BRA 93 BRA 

Brady Samuel, ship painter, over 3 ;6uchanan's wharf, dw Eden 

ST n of Bank 
Brady Patricia, grocer, corner Camden st and Calhoun alley 
Bradyhouse Wm. watchman, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 
Braiket Andrew, confectioner and fruit store, n e corner Chirles 

and Baltimore sts 
Bramble Nathan, cooper, Gay st near Monument 
Bramble capt Thomas, 15 Gough st 
Bramble Wm. huckster, Low st w of Potter 
Bramble Thomas, seaman, York st e of Charles 
Bramble Sarah, over 63 Centre Market space 
Brandel F. huckster, e side Front st opposite Pitt 
Brandreth Dr. n e corner Light and Mercer sts 
Brandt Jacob, agent Powhattan Steam Packet Co. 5 Light whf. 

dw n side Lombard st 5 doors w of Howard 
Brandt John Henry, labourer, n side German st e of Howard 
Brandt Frederick brewer, Camden st w of Eutaw 
Brandt mrs Isabella, dress maker, 56 n Frederick st 
Brandy mrs Mary, boarding house, 72 Camden st 
Brannaman George, labourer, s side Ensor st e of East 
Brannan Richard, grocer, corner Pearl and Saratoga sts 
Brannan Thomas, weaver, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Brannan John, com mt. Commerce st e side s of Lombard, dw 

Pearl st n of Lexington 
Brannan !*>isses Eleonor &, Isabella, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Brannan R. pedlar, w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Brannan Rebecca, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Brannan John, shoemaker, Gough st e of Eden 
Brannan Mary, 8 Block st 
Brannan John, e side Caroline st n oFFieer 
Brannan James M, clothier, 32 Light st wharf 
2rannan Alexander, tavern, corner Pratt and Patterson sta 
Bransby Charles, coachmaker, 109 s Howard st 
Branson Wm. s side Baltimore st e of Pine 
Branson Joseph, s side Baltimore st e of Pine 
Brant mrs Harriet, Fayette st betw Greene and Pearl 
Brant mrs Ann, w side Paca st n of Fayette 
Brant John H. shoemaker, York st e of Light [Trinity 

Brashears Francis, coach maker, 27i Harrison st, dw Exeter n of 
Brashears Jno. S. tinner, Hanover s of Bait, dw Hillen e of Front 
Brashears Geo. W. coachsmith, Eden st n of Monument 
Brashears John B. cabinetmaker, 31 South st 
Brass Joseph, coffee roaster and spioe grinder, court w side Han- 
over market, dw cor Camden and Hanover — see adv. p 26 
Brat John, Fayette st n side between Pine and Cove 
Brat Thomas, machinist, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Brat Arthur, blacksmith, York st e of Light 
Brat Samuel, engineer, Hughes st w of William 
Bratt Wm. blacksmith, Hughes st w of Williaji^ 
Pratzel Jacob, Johnson st opposite West 



BRA 94 BRI 

Brau Diederick E. grocer, corner Fayette st and Run alley 
Braun Philip P. shoemaker, Dover st w of Sharp 
Brauns &, Focke, importers of German goods, 190i Baltimore st 
Brauns Ferdinand L. of firm, dvv Lexington st e of Park 
Brautigam Martin, shoemaker, 32 Pitt st w of Exeter 
Brawer Bernard, segar maker, Wolfe st n of Lancaster 
Brawner James H. printer. Canal st n of Orleans 
Brawner A. tavern keeper, corner Low and Forest sts 
Brecht Charles, dry goods mt. dw Pratt st e of Greene 
Breck Joseph, attorney at Law, Lombard st w of South, dw cor- 
ner Pratt and Bond sts 
Breckinridge Rev. Dr. R. J. pastor 2d Presbyterian church, cor 

Llo^'d and Salisbury sts 
Bredemeyer Frederick, firm A. Schumacher & Co. dw Lexing- 
ton st betvv Charles and Liberty 
Bredekamp Herman, grocer, w side Light st s of West 
Breggeman Henry, tailor, Pratt st e of falls 
Bregle Frederick, saddler, cor Forest & French sts. dw York av 
Breigh Emanuel, Penn av opposite Hoffman st 
Brenan John, mahogany dealer, Granby st w of Exeter 
Brenan P. E. mahogany dealer, Gay st near Fayette, dvv 8 Bait. 
Brenan Thomas B. property agent, and general collector, s w 

cor St Paul and Fayette sts. dw 55 George st 
Brenan Thomas E. apothecary and druggist, 8 Baltimore st 
Brener & Brother, clothiers, cor Thames and Bond sts 
Brener Solomon, dw Thames st w of Bond 
Brenker John H. tavern, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Brennan Margaret, Fleet st e of Market 

Brenneisen Margaret, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck /, , Sf'-f^'*^ 
Srent R. J. attorney at law, St Paul st. dw Saratoga e* of Park 
Brenton mrs M. J. Conway st w of L Greene 
Bresley George, shoemaker, e side Howard st s of Dover 
Brett Cyrus, Saratoga st 3 doors w of Liberty 
Brevitt Edwin, Fayette st w of Charles 
Brevitt C. S. dress maker, w side High st n of Baltimore 
Brewer mrs Emma, 68 n Howard st 
Brewer Elizabeth, huckster, York av n of Madison st 
Brewer Nicholas, boarding house. Gay st near Front 
Brian John G. hardware ml. cor Gay and Hig'h sts 
Brian Frederick C. mariner, Gouorh st w of Bond 
Brianl mrs Isabella, milliner, 27 Baltimore st 
Brianf John, dw 27 Baltimore st 

Brice Susan, dress maker, Saratoga st 5 doors e of Greene 
Brice Hon N. chief judge Bait city court, dw Charles s of Centre 
Brice Wm. N. chemist and druggist, 192 Baltimore st 
Brice Nicholas C. accountant, 146 s Sharp st 
Brice mrs Henry, w side Front st s of Pitt 
Brichtner Yorick, labourer, Bank st e of Eden 
Bride mrs E. dress maker, 14 Lexington st w of Liberty 
Bride C. & J. rustic man. Lexington st w of Liberty 
Bride John, dw 14 Lexington st w of Ljiberty 



BRI 95 BRO 

Bride. Isabella, Tyson alley near Cathedral st 

Briden James, gardener, n of Loney's lane e of e Mon't st exi'd 

Bridener Martin, baker, Holland st e of Aisquith 

Brido;e Stephen, hackman, n e corner Exeter and Gay sts 

Bridges Wm. confeciioner and fruiterer, 225 Baltimore st. dw 

German st e of Howard — see advertisement pa«;e 9 
Brien John McP. iron merchant, 3 Spear's wharf 
Brierly Ann Eliza, e side Paca st s of Franklin 
Brigg miss Mary, Park st n of Franklin 
Briggs Charles, carter, Pitt st w of Ann 
Brigffs Samuel S. brass founder, Thames st e of Ann, dw Ann 

'^ stn ofWilk 
Briggs Richard, cabinet maker, n side Gay st e of East 
Briggs James, engineer, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Briggs mrs Anne, Hill st w of Light 
Bright Nathaniel, tailor, Gay st near Monument 
Bright Ignatius, brass founder. Gay st near Monument 
Bright Thomas, Stiles st w of Albemarle 
Brining John, wheelwright, Hillen st near High, dw Orleans e 

of Aisquith 
Brink Anthon, labourer. Strawberry al s of Fleet st 
Brinker John H. tavern, corner Wilk and Exeter sts 
Brinkley Joseph, confectioner. Light st. dw Lee e of Hanover 
Brinkley Thomas, sailmaker, 92 Dugan's wharf 
Brinkman Henry, Lee st e of Charles 
Brinya Albert, grocer, New st e of Paca 
Briscoe A. H. dentist, n w corner Charles and Fayette sts 
Briscoe mrs Mary, boarding house, 30 Holliday st 
Briscoe Wm. H.'ll6 s Sharp st 
Briscoe Dr. John H. 66 n Charles st 
Britt Severn, sexton Eutaw M, E. church, dw cor Lewis's alley 

and Franklin st 
Brittingham Sol. seaman, cor Gravel alley and Pleasant st 
Broadbent Wm. 15 n Exeter st 

Broadbent W. dry goods merchant, Fayette st e of Liberty 
Broadbent Stephen, broker, w side Eutaw st n of Mulberry 
Broaders Frederick W. R. tavern, cor O'Donnell's wf & Pratt st 
Broadfoot mrs Wm. J. dry goods dealer, 38 Hanover st. dw Lib- 
erty st n of Lexington 
Broadfoot Mrs. 57 n Liberty st 

Brodbek Wm. dyer and carpet weaver, 58 Harrison st 
Broderick Daniel, grocer, Bath st w of North 
Broderick P. drayman, sside Lombard st e of market space 
Brodrick Wm- grocer, s e corner York avenue and Madison st 
Brogan mrs Catherine, L Hughes stw of Light 
Bromley John L. flour and feed mt. cor Light and Balderston sts 
Bromwell George, shoemaker, Argyle al s^of Alice Anna st 
Bromwell Josiah R. dw Exeter st s of Fawn 
Brookhart John, labourer, York av n of Madison st 
Brookhart Catherine, butter dealer, York av n of Madison st 



BRO 96 BRO 

Brooks N. C. principal " High School of Bait." dw s bide Lex- 

ino;ton St e of Pine 
Brooks Wm. grocer, Lexington st e of Greene 
Brooks J. 50 n Charles st 
Brooks J. 14 Barnet st 
Brooks, Towner & Tibbals, dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, caps, 

and bonnet merchants, 255 Baltimore st 
Brooks Wra. grocer, intersection of Harford av and Aisquith st 
Brooks James, carpenter, Harford av n of Monument st 
Brooks Wm. grocer, 78 s Calvert st. dw Front opp Orph. Asyl. 
Brooks Isaac, iron dealer, 72 and 74 s Calvert st. dw w side Front 

sts of Hillen 
Brooks Michael, feed store, Penn av near Franklin st. 
Brooks Geo. W. carpenter, Gay st near Canal 
Brooks Richard, n side Addison st w of High 
Brooks Wni. engineer, Boyd st w of Schroeder 
Brooks mrs Mary, Cove st s of Pratt 
Brooks Shadrach, tailor, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Brooks Priscilla, tailoress, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Brooks Walter T. shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Spring 
Brooks Jesse G. carter, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Brooks Tubman, mariner, w side Happy alley s of Bank st 
Brooks Joseph R. boarding house, Gay st opposite Exchange 
Broom Wm. weaver, row s of Franklin st w of Poppleton 
Broom John, sailmaker, Silver st e of Canal 
Broom James, ship joiner, 76 Alice x\nna st 
Broom Henry, rigger, Wilk st w of Ann 
Broom Thomas, grocer, e Baltimore st. Laudenslager's hil) 
Brotherton capt Thos. W. pottery, Pitt st w of Eden, dw Lom- 
bard w of Caroline 
Brotherton John P. carpenter, German st w of Pine 
Brou Mary Ann, w side Charles st S doors s of Perry 
Broughton James, mt tailor, 114 Baltimore st, dw From n of Pitt 
Broughton Isaac, McHenry alley opposite Winan's foundry 
Broughton Kellem, carpenter, w side Caroline st n of Pratt 
Brown M. S. engraver and watchmaker, 15 Fayette st w of St 

Paul, dw German st 3 doors w of^Penn 
Brown Charles H. H. dry goods merchant, 1 Hanover st. dw 

16 Fayette st w of Park 
Brown John H. iron finisher, Ann st n of Gough 
Brown Joseph, at Mayor's office, dw Raborg st w of Cove 
Brown Robert P. importer of dry goods, 9 German st. dw Lex- 
ington 4 doors w of St Paul 
Brown J. S. plane maker, 12 Lexington st e of Park 
Brown Mrs. Lexington st betw Charles and Liberty 
Brown A. J. surgeon dentist, Lexington st w of Charles 
Brown T. J. silversmith, Bank lane w of St Paul st 
Brown Benjamin, Marion st e of Eutaw 
Brown Jobn, fisher, corner Hawk and Concord sts 
Brown Jane, boarding house, Charles st Spring court 
Brown Mrs. 14 Harrison st 



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Brown, Garrett & Son, dry goods merchants, 97 Baltimore si. dw 

22 n Frederick st 
Brown mrs George I. 25 n Gay st 
Brown H. H. barber, 16 Hollidayst 
Brown mrs Dr. corner Orange alley and Holliday st 
Brown Alexander, Hollidayst s of Orange alley 
Brown George, Holliday sts of Orange alley 
Brown Elias, firm B. Clark & E. Brown, dw Centre opp North 
Brown Geo. Wm. attorney at law, St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Brown Geo. W. attorney at law, St Paul st s of Saratoga 
Brown J. H. commission merchant, w side Frederick st n of Pratt, 

dw 11 St Paul st corner Bank lane 
Brown Thomas, 17 McCiellan st 

Brown Jas. grocer, 106 n Howard st. dw cor Monument & Park 
Brown Nathan cabinet maker, Cambridge st Canton 
Brown Abner, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Brown Elizabeth, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 
-i-^Brown Samuel, carter, Richmond st w of Cathedral 
Brown Stuart, corner Courtland and Mulberry sts 
Brown Edward, labourer. Cathedral st extended 
Brown Peter, shoemaker, Amity st n of Baltimore 
Brown Benjamin, furniture carman, 4 Johnson's court between 

Saratoga and Lexington sts e of Rock 
Brown Lemuel, huckster. Pine st s of Saratoga 
Brown Joshua, Pine sis of Mulberry 
Brown mrs M. A. over 49 Baltimore st 
Brown & Muncaster, dry goods merchants, 177 Baltimore st 
Brown John N. of above firm, dw Eutaw st n of Cider alley 
Brown E. M. of above firm, dw Mulberry st 
Brown Wm. watchmaker, jeweller and optician, 222 Baltimore 

St. dw Park s of Franklin 
Brown Robt. watchmaker and jeweller, 168* Baltimore st 
Brown David U. hardware mt. 164i Baltimore st. dw 25 e Bait. 
Brown John, grocer, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Brown James R. carpet weaver, Granby st e of Exeter 
Brown Alex. &< Sons, rats and bankers, 128 Baltimore st 
Brown G^eo. of firm, dw Holliday st opposite Theatre 
Brown H. H. Perry, of firm, dw High st 
Brown mrs Alexander, Holliday st opposite Theatre 
Brown mrs Mary, 25 e Baltimore st 
Brown mrs Elizabeth, Mullikin st w of Strawberry alley 
Brown Sylvester, butcher. Canton e of Harris's creek 
Brown Elijah, sexton Meth. Ep. church, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Brown Wm. carter, Star alley n of Fleet st 
Brown Wm. Aisquith st s of Hull's Lane 
Brown Wm. carpenter, Ann st s of Bank 
Brown Joseph, tailor. Harford av s of Aisquith st 
Brown John, tavern, 37 Bond st 
Brown George, Harford av n of Monument st 
Brown mrs Marv, Ten Foot alley e of Eden st 

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BRO 98 BRO 

Brown Jas. V. watch maker, s side Hillen st e of Forest — see ad- 
vertisement page 32 
Brown Henrietta, dress maker, French st near Bath 
Brown Geo. W. shoemaker, s e corner Falls st and Liberty alley 
Brown Wm. H. carpenter, Liberty alley s of Falls st 
Brown James, Vork av n of Madison st 
Brown John, Eager st n of Jail 

Brown mrs Mary, w side Penn av 3 doors s of Biddle st 
Brown George^, Harford road 
Brown Abraham, tailor, n side Gay st e of Mott 
Brown N. carpenter, Thomsen st e of Friendship 
Brown John, cabinet maker, Sterling st near Monument 
Brown J. C. tinner, n side Ensor st e of Potter 
Brown Elizabeth, tailoress. East st n of Pitt 
Brown Eliza Jane, Potter st near Gay 

Brown W. grocery and dry goods dealer, e side High s of Gay 
Brown John, carpenter, w side High st n of Pitt, dw corner Ne- 

cessity alley 
Brown Jacob, milkman, intersection Fred'k road and Pratt st 
Brown Cornelius, miller, Fred'k road w of toll gate 
Brown David, blacksmith, Schroeder st s of Hollins 
Brown Joseph, Lombard st w of Schroeder 
Brown Erasmus, huckster, Haw st w of Emory 
Brown Cornelius, huckster. Haw st w of Emory 
Brown James, labourer. Haw st w of Emory 
Brown mrs Mary, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Brown John, carpenter, Conway st e of L Greene 
Brown Abraham, butcher, corner Greene and Dover sis 
Brown Benjamin, Lee st e of Howard 
Brown John W. packet agent, 59^and 83 Smith's wharf, dw Lee 

st e of Sharp 
Brown Charlotte, Happy alley near Gough st 
Brown John, shoemaker, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Brown John S. ship carpenter, near Reader's ibundry, dw cor 

William and Montgomery sts 
Brown J. G. grocer, corner Charles and Hill sts 
Brown Wm. labourer, cor L Hughes and Charles sts 
Brown mrs Mary, teacher. Sharp st s of Conway 
Brown John, carpenter, corner Sharp and Hill sts 
Brown Ann B. corner Exeter and Salisbury sts 
Brown Chas. collector, 90 s Sharp st 
Brown Henry, mariner, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Brown Charles, mariner, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Brown Charles, tavern, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Brown Edward, carter, 25 Alice Anna st 
Brown Wm. shoemaker, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 
Brown George F. mariner. Fleet st w of Market 
Brown capt Michael, Fleet st vv of Washington 
Brown Jehu, bridge and wharf builder. High st s of Lombard 
Brown Jas. commission wood agent, 86 Dugan's wharf 



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Brown Timothy, root beer manufacturer, 26 Light st 
Brown Gideon, tavern, n e corner Light and York sts 
Brown Jane, washer, w side Light st s of Gittings 
Brown George W. turner, Charles st Spring court 
Brown Chas. constable, 90 s Sharp st 
Brown N. V. grocer. Second st e of South 
^ , _ B rown Andrew, corner Charles and Pratt sts 
'"""^Browne &. Owen, dry goods merchants, 225i Baltimore st 
Browne Elisha N. of above firm, dw 85 Sharp st 
Browning James S. coachmaker. Centre st e of St Paul 
Browning Wm. painter, Orleans st e of Canal 
Browning Samuel, mathematical instrument maker, 57 Pratt st 
Browning mrs Mary, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Browning Wm. S. hardware merchant, Pratt st av of Paca, dw 

Paca e of L Greene 
Browning John H. justice of peace, 14 Market st 
Browning Ritson, patentee of Refrigerator, Commerce st n of 

Pratt, dw Exeter st n of Wilk 
Browning Edw. firm Croxall & Browning, dw Light st s of AVcst 
Bruce John, stone cutter, Biddle st near Ross 
Bruce Ann, boarding house, 55 foot Light st wharf 
Bruce John M. coppersmith, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Bruce Wm. labourer, York avenue n of Monument st 
Bruce Wm. furniture carman, 53 n Exeter st 
Bruce James, moulder, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Bruce John W. blacksmith, Washington st s of Wilk 
Bruckner Dl. shoemaker, Ross st beiw Sarah Ann and Orchard 
Bruehl George, shoemaker, corner Montgornery and Charles sts 
Bruehl Justus, baker, 27 Bond st 

Bruehl Jacob, saddle and harness maker, York av n of Madison st 
Bruggmann Frederick, carpenter, Madison st e of Biddle 
Bruler Wm. rigger, Wolfe st n of Fleet 
Brummel Thomas, carpenter, alley s of Saratoga st w of Pine 
Brummel James, Pennsylvania avenue opposite Hoffman st 
Brun Madam F. ladies' fancy store, 8 Holliday st — see page 19 
BrunF. B. dw 8 Holliday st 

Brundige James & Son, com mts. 93 Bowly's wharf 
Brundige James, Calvert st next house u of city spring 
Brune F. W. & Son, merchants, 51 s Gay st 
Brune F. W. dw e side Calvert st n of city spring 
Brune John C. of firm, dw cor St Paul and Mulberry sts 
Brune F. W. jr. attorney at law, St Paul st s of Saratoga 
Bruner John L. tailor, Granby st opposite Gough 
Brunner D. proprietor ofEpiscopal Book Depository, 1 n Charles 

St. dw corner Camden and Paca sts 
Brunner Andrew, tobacconist, Pearl st s of Lexington 
Brunner mrs G. Harford avenue s of Madison st 
Brunnert J. H. shoemaker, w side Charles st 2 s of Lombard 
Brunning Harman, cabinet maker, Eutaw st s of Lee 
Brunt Ralph, milkman, Penn av opposite Hoffman st 



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Brurine Peter, shoemaker, 36 Park st 

Bruscup Columbus, carpenter, Gay st n of Monument, dw vvside 

East st s of Gay 
Bruscup Albert, tailor, Eden st s of Orleans 
Brush wilier mrs Barbara, Harford avenue n of Monument st 
Bruster Henr}^, shipwright, 19 Philpot st 
Bryan Joseph, shoemaker, Monument st w of Forest 
Bryan C. stove factory, 51 s Calvert st. dw Barre e of Howard 
Bryan Wm. tavern, corner Market and Lancaster sts 
Bryant John, grocer, cor Lerew's alley and Mulberry st 
Bryarly David, 66 n High st 

Bryly Samuel, mariner, corner Alice Anna and Wolfe sts 
Bryson Hugh, shoemaker. Monument st w of Caroline 
Bryson Rev. Samuel, Barre st e of Sharp 
Bryson James, in Merchants' bank, dw cor Wilk and Canal sts 
Bryson Wm. J. accountant, corner Wilk and Canal sts 
Bubb Joseph, watchman at Canton depot 
Buchanan Misses, s side Fayette st e of Calvert 
Buchanan miss Margaret, n Gay st s of Orange alley 
Buchanan James M. attorney at law. North st n of Fayette, dw 

St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Buchanan James C. firm Coleman & Co. dw 66 n Liberty st 
Buchwalter A. flour and provision merchant, 277 Baltimore st. 

dw Conway w of L Paca 
Buck Thomas &. Co. ship chandlers and com mts. 83 Smith's wf 
Buck Wm. H. of firm, dw Pratt st 
Buck & Herr, produce coin mts. 8 Spear's wharf 
Buck John M. of firm, dw w side Exeter st s of Salisbury 
Buck rars Agnes, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Buck mrs. J. grocery and feed store. Gay st near Mott 
Buck John, wheelwright & blacksmith, 42 Harrison st dw 46 do 
Buck Jacob, bandbox maker, e side Charles st s of Pratt 
Buck mrs Charlotte, Monument st w of Ensor 
Buck James, huckster. Cove st s of Pratt 
Buck mrs Jane, Barre st e of Howard 
Buck James, mariner, 19 Thames st 

Buck Benjamin & Son, sailmakers, over 75 Smith's wharf 
Buck B. C. of firm, dw corner High and Fawn sts 
Buck Benjamin, dw Pratt e of Gough 

Buck & Porter, importers of hardware, and nail and spike man- 
ufacturers, 33 w Pratt st 
Buck John, dw Pratt st e of Gough 

Buckey & Duval!, dry goods merchants, 1091 Baltimore st 
Buckey George H. dw 29 n Liberty st 
Buckey mrs Susanna, milliner, Gay st near Potter 
Buckingham J. n e corner Bath and Calvert sts 
Buckingham Samuel, engineer, Montgomery ste of Light 
Buckingham Joseph, ship carpenter, Lewis st n of Holland 
Buckingham Thomas, shoemaker, corner Bath and Calvert sts 
Buckingham Joel, shipwright, n side Addison st w of High 
Buckler Thomas, M. D. St Paul stn of Mulberry 



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Buckless Henry, pilot, Ann st s of Bank 
Buckley Timothy, feed store, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Buckley Robert L. merchant tailor, 19 w Pratt st 
Buckmiller Robert, adjoininor Appold's tannery, North st 
Buckmiller Wm. tanner, Constitution s of Falls st 
Budd Frederick, stone mason, Franklin st e of Greene 
Bueiiler Henry L. clothier, corner Pratt and CaWert sts. dw Al- 
bemarle st s of Pratt 
Buhre mrs Elizabeth, York st w of Li^ht ^ 

Bujac Mrs. boarding school, cor Aisquith and Jackson sts 
Bulack Joseph, shoemaker, Sugar alley w of William st 
Buling John, tailcir, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Bulk Daniel, shoemaker, Sugar alley e of Light st 
Bull & Tuttle, printers in general, & publishers of the Baltimore 

Clipper, 104 Baltimore st 
Bull Edmund, of firm, dw cor Zell al and Mulberry st w of Paca 
Bull Shadrach, prop Franklin Inn, n e cor Howard St Mulberry 
Bull George, merchant tailor, 160 Baltimore st 
Bull Jarrett, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Bull Walter, w side Greene st n of Saratoga 
Bull Harriet, milliner, e side Gay st s of East 
Bull Asa, carpenter, corner Thomsen and Friendship sts 
Bullen VVm. plaisterer, Burgundy alley e of Cove st 
Bullock John, glue manufacturer, Washington road, dw Colum 

bia st w of Scott 
Bullock Joseph, labourer, e side Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Bump Joseph L. boot and shoe maker, 8 North st 
Bunee Ann J. Lombard st e of Exeter 

Bunch Joshua, fisher, Gould's court, n of Montgom. w of Light 
Bungener F. shoemaker, corner Gay and Exeter sts 
Bunting Smith, carpenter, corner Eutaw st and Cider alley, dw 
Raborg st w of Greene [Howard st 

Bunting Wm. J. boot and shoe maker, and findings store, 6Q n 
Bunting John, carpenter. Canal st n of L McElderry 
Bunton Elizabeth, Gough st s of Granby 
Bunyan Frederick, shoemaker, French st 2 doors e of Potter 
Buonaparte J. N. corner Park and Centre sts 
Burbank David, German st e of Pine 
Burcender Simon, tailor, corner Caroline st and Mince alley 
Burchinel Jer. L. W. blacksmith. Commerce st. dw Sterling 
Burden James D. shoe finder. Light st s of Hughes's Quay 
Burdett A. repairer silver and Britania w^are, 27 s Liberty st 
Burfbrd Edward, blacksmith, Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Burgan Wm. carpenter, Mullikin st w of Strawberry alley 
Burger John, tailor, 75 McElderry's wharf 
Burgess Basil, Lexington st wof Poppleton 
Burgess mrs Margaret, Gay st near Aisquith 
Burgess Wm. upholsterer, over 253 Baltimore st 
Burgess Caleb W. grocer, corner Gay and Exeter sts 
Burgess Alleh, grocer, Orleans st e of Canal 
Burgess Barney, nightman, Wolfe st n of Bath 
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Burgess Wm. H. boot fitter, Pitt st w of Aisquith 
Burgess Mary, e side Bond st n of Fleet 
Burgess Stephen F. carpenter, Pitt st e of Strawberry alley 
Burgess Wm. merchant tailor, w side Sharp st S doors s of Balti- 
more, dvv n w corner Greene and Mulberry 
Buris James, n side Douglass st w of Forest 
Burk Wm. butcher, York avenue n of Madison st 
Burk Ezekiei, Centre market master, dw York av n of Madisoti 
Burk Barney, butcher, York avenue n of Madison st 
Burke Geo. W. inspector of customs, 16 Fountain row Spring st 
Burke Samuel, carpenter, Giddings's row, e of Light s of West 
Burke Francis, bricklayer, George st w of Penn avenue 
Burke Wm. watchman at custom house, Bank st w of Bond 
Burke Walter, carpenter, Garden st near Madison 
Burke Wm. J. sailmaker, Gou^h st e of Happy alley 
Burke Wm. B. Biddle st near Ross 
Burke Henry, shoemaker, L Hughes st w of Light 
Burke Wm. e side Exeter st n of Gay 
Burke mrs Sarah, boarding house, Howard st s of Wayne 
Burke mrs Francis, Raborg st w of Poppleton 
Burke Jacob, tanner, corner Ross st and Moore's alley 
Burke mrs Margaret, Mulberry st near Paca 
Burke Richard, painter and glazier, Lexington st e of Sharp 
Burke Isaac, painter and glazier, 23 New Church st 
Burket Wm. carpenter, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Burks Nicholas, stone cutter, York avenue n of Madison st 
Burlcock Joseph, cooper, Star alley s ofWilkst 
Burleigh J. B. a. m. principal Maryland Institute, w side Court- 
land st n of Saratoga, in the building known as Warfield's 
church — see advertisement page 2 
Burley Isaac, shoemaker, Monument st w of Caroline 
Burman Samuel, tavern keeper, Lexington st e of Greene 
Burman mrs M. milliner, w side Paca st n of Baltimore 
Burman Jeremiah, painter, w side Paca st n of Baltimore 
Burnap G, W. 52 n Calvert st 
Burnham capt Enoch, 11 Alice Anna st 
Burnham John F. rigger, corner Spring and Fleet sts 
Burnham Kesiah, tailoress, Thomsen st e of Friendship 
Burne Owen, drayman, corner Wilk and Canal sts 
Burnes mrs S. e side Greene st n of Raborg 
Burneston John, ropemaker, w side Apple alley s of Lombard st 
Burneston Isaac, blacksmith, Madison st w of High 
Burnet Enoch, firm M. Ferine 8c Co. dwBalt st w of Schroeder 
Burnett mrs Elizabeth, Eden st s of Holland 
Burnett miss Jane, milliner and dress maker, Gay st near Mott 
Burnett & Allen, carpenters, corner Howard and Wayne sts 
Burnett Samuel, of firm, dw Lee st w of Sharp 
Burnett capt Joseph, Gouuh Jst n of Granby 
Burnitt mrs Elizabeth, Eden st s of Holland 
Burnitt Wm. grocer, corner Holland and Eden sts 
Burns Wm. tailor and draper, s side Lombard st w of Frederick, 
dw Franklin 2 doors e of Chatsworth 



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Burns Alfred^ hatter, 32 centre market space 

Burns Eliza, grocer, corner Fleet and Caroline sts 

Burns Thomas, cabinet maker, Madison st w ofEulaw 

Burns John, blacksmith, Camden st e of Paca, dw Columbia opp 

Burns mrs Sarah, Pierce st e of Cove [Greene 

Burns James, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Burns Dennis, carter, Wilk st e of Caroline 

Burns Daniel, shipwright, Wilk si e of Ann 

Burns John, machinist. Pearl st a of Mulberry 

Burns James, clerk and book keeper. Wolf st s of Thames 

Burns mrs Frances, Pearl sts of Mulberry 

Burns Charles, labourer, corner Silver and Spring sis 

Burns Patrick, e side Beurenst n of Liberty alley 

Burns John, mariner. Fleet st vv of Ann 

Burns Francis, brickmaker, Pratt st e of Greene 

Burns John, blacksmith, Camden st w of Eutaw, dw Columbia 

w of Greene 
Bui;ns R. D. com mt. 5 Bowly's wf. dw 30i Hanover st 
Burnup Elizabeth, Gough steofEden 
Burnup Wm. G. brass founder, Granby st e of Gough 
Burrier John, tailor, Lombard st. dw Orleans e of Aisquith 
Burris John, tavern, 7 centre market space 
Burrows John, 5 Market st (County) wharf 
Burton Wm. confectioner, 52 n Gay st 

Burton Charles, scientific draughtsman. Forest near Penitenl'ry 
Burton John, black horse tavern, e side High st s of Gay 
Burton Wm. supervisor on rail road, Lombard st e of Amity 
Busch mrs Johannah, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Busch Geo. H. C. J. watchman, e side Light st s of Hamburg 
Busch H. & Co. tobacconists, 85 Hanover st 
Busch Abraham,of firm, dw Light st n of York 
Bush mrs Catharine, furniture dealer, 17 Harrison st 
Bush E. D. &. Co. grocers, Franklin st w of Howard 
Bush D. of firm, dw Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Bush mrs Mary, grocer, corner Biddle and Madison sts 
Bush Susanna, dress maker, Biddle st near Ross 
Bush James, carpenter, corner Gay and Canal sts 
Bush John, drayman, Ensor st n of Madison 
Bush M. justice of peace. High st near Gay, dw Briton 
Bush mrs Maria, fancy store, Eutaw st n of Camden 
Bush Cain, labourer, Lombard st e of Bond 
Bush Abm. tavern, corner Light and York sts 
Bushe Morris, justice of peace, High st. dw Harford avenue s of 

Neighbour st 
Bushman John, carpenter, corner of Sharp and Fayette sts. dw 

Mulberry 3 doors e of Pine 
Bushman Christopher, Rock Spring garden, Fred'd road e of run 
Bushman F. R. grocer, n w corner Light and Hill sts 
Busick Joshua, shoemaker, s side Ensor st w of Monument 
Busk James, sailmaker, Fleet st w of Market 
Busk Dr. Thos. M. corner Argyle alley and Fleet st 



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Busk John, printer, Baltimore st I door e of Eden 

Bussey mrs Theresa, 17 Market space 

Butcher Alexander^ confectioner, 31 n Charles st 

Butler James, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Park 

Butler Absalom C. boot and shoe maker, w side Hanover st 3d 

door from Baltimore, dw Pine n of Mulberry- 
Butler Pierce, grocer, corner Monument and Caroline sts 
Butler George, painter, corner Lewis and MuUikin sts _ 
Butler James, carpenter, n side Falls st w of Constitution 
Butler mrs Courtney A- Gay st near Mott 
Butler Elizabeth, ladies' nurse, East st n of Pitt 
Butler M. baker, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Butler Josiah, cooper, dw German st e of Pine 
Butler Thomas, grocer. Cross st e of Johnson 
Butler John, paver, Bank st e of Eden 
Butler Robert, carpenter, Gough st w of Bond 
Butler Wm. bootmaker, Caroline st s of Gough 
Butler Samuel, ship carpenter, City block, dw High st n of VVilk 
Butler Rachel, High st s of Trinity 
Butler John, baker, e Falls av s of Pratt st 
Butler M. tavern, e side Commerce st n of Pratt 
Butler Edmund, grocer, cor Charles st and Spring court 
Butler Thomas, carpenter, 70 Hanover st 
Butler Thomas, boot and shoe manufacturer, 53 w Pratt st — see 

advertisement page 25 
Butterbaugh Geo. merchant tailor, s w cor Baltimore and Paca 

' sts. dw 263 n Howard st 
Buttington John, stone cutter. Clay st w of Liberty 
Button Sarah, tailoress, Alice Anna st e of Wolle 
Button Joseph, painter, Holland st w of Eden 
Buxton capt Benjamin, High st s of Trinity 
Buxton Susan, Potter st s of French 

Byrne Wm. firm Flint, Cooke & Co. dw Front st n of Pitt 
Byrne John, carter, 34 n Frederick st 
Byrne Thomas, cabinet maker, 4 n Liberty st 
Byrne Peter, cabinet maker, Ross st w of Jasper 
Byrne & McCormick, soap and candle manufacturers, Pearl stn 

of Lexington 
Byrne Kavin, of above firm, dw Saratoga st e of Park 
Byrne Wilson, dw Greene st n of Lombard 
Byrne Patrick, accountant, Aisquith st s of Madison 
Byrne Daniel, grocer, corner Gay and Mott sts 
Byrne James, cabinet maker, South st. dw Gay st s of Aisquith 
Byrne Richard, cabinet maker, e side High st n of Gay 
Byrne James, cabinet maker, 41 South si. dw Gay 
Byrnes Thomas, cabinet maker. Hawk st n side 
Byrns Mrs. Lexington st e of Greene 

VyABLE mrs Ann, alley 3 doors from Madison e of Ensor 
Cable Armsley, alley 3 doors from Madison st e of Ensor 
Caduc John, segar maker, corner Albemarle and Pratt sts 




CAF 



Cafferty Mr. keeper at Penitentiary, Canal st s of Jeflferson 

Caffrey Thomas, grocer, corner Pratt and Paca sts 

Caho Thomas, sawyer, Lombard st w of Amity 

Cain Aaron, agent and constable, Cove st 3 doors s of Vine 

Cain John, carter, Columbia st w of Cove 

Cain Thomas, watchman at western bank, Baltimore st w of Pine 

Cain Thomas, 106 Dugan's wharf 

Calahan Wm. hatter, 2 n Charles st 

Caldwell Wm. Q,. carpenter, Fayette st n side w of Gay, dw «or- 

ner Humes and Exeter sts 
Caldwell Wm. type founder, 116 n Calvert st 
Caldwell D. dyer, 122 n Calvert st 

Caldwell Abraham, merchant tailor, dw 80 n Howard st 
Caldwell Wm. clothing store, 75 n Howard st. dw n e corner 

Howard and Saratoga sts 
Caldwell James A. chairmaker, 25 and 27 s Calvert st. dw Pitt 

st e of Aisquith 
Caldwell Edwin, plane»maker, Calvert st. dw Paca near FrankliQ 
Caldwell Wm. boiler maker, William st s of Hamburg 
Caldwell Wm. H. grocer, corner Lancaster st and Happy alley 
Caldwell Charles, stevadore, Argyle alley near Wilk st 
Caldwell J. C. block and pump maker, s"'end McElderry's wharf 
Calhoun Benjamin C. dw Fayette st between Pine and Cove 
Calhoun mrs Lydia, St Paul st s of Pleasant 
Callan John, grocer, n w corner York avenue and Monument st 
Callender mrs Sarah, bakery, e side Exeter st s of Granby 
Callender & Salisbury, merchant tailors, 3 n Howard st 
Callender Wm. plaisterer, Aisquith st n of Thomsea 
Callis James, carpenter President st e of Stiles 
Callow Wm. keeper of carts, corner German and Penn sts 
Callow John, merchant tailor, 108 w Pratt st 
Calvert John, stone cutter, Carpenter's alley e of Penn st 
Camara Da Joze B. wine and commission merchant, 9 u Freder- 
ick St. dw 11 do. 
Cambell John, corner Pratt and High sts 
Cambell mrs Jane, Bath st e of Davis 
Cambell John, corner Pratt and High sts 
Cameron Rachel, tailoress, Ensor st near Monument 
Camp James L. confectioner and fruit dealer, 253 Baltimore st 
Campario John L. grocer, corner Charles and Henrietta sts 
Campbell J: Mason, attorney at law, n e cor Courtland and Lex- 
Campbell mrs Nancy, Pierce st w of Chalsworth [ington 
Campbell R. S. labourer, Forest st s of Orleans 
Campbell Robert, labourer, e side Happy alley n of Alice Annast 
Campbell Peter, w side High st n of Stiles 
Campbell Ross, dry goods merchant, 12 s Charles st up stairs 
Campbell R. & A. importers of watches, jewelry, and military 

goods and lamps, 155 Baltimore st 
Campbell Robert, of firm, dw s w cor Charles and Lexington sts 
Campbell John, carpenter, 289 n Howard st 
Campbell Thomas, Biddle st near Ross 



CAM 106 CAR 

Campbell Henry, tinner, Baltimore st w of Pearl 

Campbell John, baker, corner Orleans and Sprint sts 

Campbell mrs Pener, Harford avenue near Rope walk 

Campbell Thomas, cobler, aside Front st n of Pitt 

Campbell Wm. L. carpenter. Cider alley, dw e side Eutaw st n 

of Mulberry 
Campbell Mrs. milliner, e side Eutaw st n of Mulberry 
Campbell George W. fish dealer, Ensor st n of Madison 
Campbell Wm. blacksmith, 73 n Exeter st 
Campbell George R. police officer, Humes st w of Exeter 
Campbell Adam, confectioner. Fleet st w of Market 
Campbell mrs Neale, grocery and liquor store, n e corner Lom- 
bard and Frederick sts 
Campbell & Schleigh, coach and saddery hardware dealers, 16 

s Calvert st. shop Bank lane near St Paul st 
Camper Thomas, dry goods merchant, 135J Baltimore st 
Camper John, corner Pratt and High sts 
Canby Benjamin, brush maker, corner Pine and Mulberry sts 
Candall Joseph, Fort avenue s of Powderhouse 
Candler Isaac, bookseller and stationer, Pratt st near Hanover 
Candy Michael, victualler, Pierce st e of Cove 
Canfield & Brothers, jewelry and fancy military store, s e corner 

Baltimore and Charles sts 
Caniece Wm. carpet weaver, Granby st e of Exeter 
Cann James, confectioner, 14 w Pratt st 
Cann Reuben, fisher, Hamburg st e of William 
Cann Noah, fisher, Johnson st s of Cross 
Cann Lloyd, fisher, Johnson st s of Cross 

Cannon J, B. firm Wever & Cannon, dw Fayette st e of Liberty 
Cannon mrs Mary, corner Aisquith and Douglass sts 
Canoals Mary, Ensor st n of Madison 
Canoals John, hackman, Ensor st n of Madison 
Canon Edward, seaman. Strawberry alley s of Pitt st 
Canon James, mariner, Granby st e of Gough 
Canon miss Sarah, North st betw Pleasant and Bath 
Canton Co's office, corner Boston and Patuxent sts. Wm. Har- 
rison agent, dw corner Baltimore and Exeter sts 
Canton Depot, of Phil. Wil. and Bait. Boston st near Patuxent, 

Wm. Dutf, superintendent 
Cantwell mrs Sarah, n side Fayette st e of Paca 
CapitoMrs. Fayette st between Run alley and Pine st 
Cappeau &. Uhler, commission merchants, 20 German st 
Cappeau Joseph jr, of firm, dw 25 George st 
Cappeau mrs Sarah, bparding house, Howard st s of German 
Capprise Joseph, shipwright, Fountain st e of Washington 
Carback Elisha, boot and shoe maker, 74 w Lexington st. dw 87 

n Howard st 
Carback miss Mary, tailoress, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Carborough Patrick, labourer, s of Wilk st e of Exeter 
Care mrs Elizabeth, w side Greene st near Franklin 
Carere mrs John, Franklin st w of Park 



CAR 107 CAR 

Carey Henry, boardinfy house, w side Charles st n of Pratt 
Carfield Edward, grocer, 55 Sarato^^a st e of Howard 
Cardan Patrick, watchman, Saratoga st e ofPoppIeton 
Cariss &, Schultz, furnishincr ware rooms, 108 Bahimore st — see 

advertisement page 3 
Cariss Sampson, of firm, dw Fayette st betw Holliday & Calvert 
Carl Catharine, seamstress, e side High st n of Pitt 
Carlan mrs Jane, 124 n Howard st 

Carlin miss Louisa, dress maker, 35 Lombard st e of Hiorh 
Carlisle James H. grocer, corner Orleans and Lewis sts"* 
Carlisle Eleanor, Beuren st near Liberty alley 
Carlon mrs Margaret, grocer, Calvert st opposite city spring 
Carman Jacob, distiller, Saratoga st e of Holliday, dvv Exeter n 
Carman Thomas, labourer, York st e of Light [of Stiles 

Carman Wm. dvv 56 n Gay st 

Carman D. S. & Murray, carpenters. Grant stn of Lombard 
Carman James, comb maker, York st w of Charles 
Carman mrs Mary, Franklin st vv of Cove 
Carman Joseph, shoemaker, Henrietta ste of Charles 
Carman Wm. e side High st s of Pitt 
Carmichael Wm. shoemaker. Mulberry st 3 doors e of Paca 
Carmichael Wm. labourer, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Carmick E. H. shoe and straw store, 109 Baltimore st 
Carmine Wm O. carter, Wilk ste of Wolfe 
Carmine Wm. painter, Orleans st w of Short 
Carmine Smith, painter, corner Orleans and Short sts 
Carnes John, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Cove 
Carnes John, shoemaker, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 
Carnes Charlotte, e side Happy alley s of Fleet st 
Carnighan mrs M. dry goods dealer, 60 Hanover st 
Carpenter Wm. shoemaker, Pratt st e of Paca 
Carpenter Uriah, Hill st e of Sharp 
Carr Henry, clotliier, n e corner Gay and Pratt sts 
Carr Wm. baker, s side Low st e of Front 
Carr Bridget, tavern, 53 s Frederick st 
Carr Henry, clothier, corner Pratt and Gay sts 
Carr John, stonemason, Low st e of Exeter 
Carr John, 73 n Exeter st 

Carr Greenbury, foundryman, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Carr mrs Catharine, Carpenter's alley w of Paca st 
Carr E. M. exchange office, 28 w Pratt st. dw 82 Conway 
Carr Michael, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Carr mrs Mary Ann, n side Hawk st 
Carr George, boat builder, w Falls avenue, city block 
Carr Dabney S. naval oflScer, port of Baltimore, Custom house 
Carrere J. attorney at law, law buildings, St Paul st. dw n w cor 

North and Lexington sts 
Carriek Benjamin, machinist, Lee st w of Eutaw 
Carrigan Js. French st s of Centre 
Carroll Spence, atty. at law, Court house lane 
Carroll Mrs Richard, Pleasant st w of Courtland 



CAR 108 CAR 

Carroll Charles R. dw Charles st n of Saratoga 

Carroll John, carpenter. Pierce st vv of Chatsworth 

Carroll James, Pratt st vv of Howard n side 

Carroll James, jr. Pratt st vv of Howard n side 

Carroll Charles H. wholesale dealer in shoes, bonnets, hats, &,c. 

244 Baltimore st- dw Park near Mulberry 
Carroll Wm. dealer in French woods and straw, 198i Baltimore 

St. dw cor Eutaw st and Cider al 
Carroll Mrs Mary, seamstress, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Carroll Mrs Sarah M. seamstress, Monument st w of Forest 
Carroll Joseph, grocer, cor Monument and Spring st 
Carroll Mrs Joanna, cor Monument and Eden sts 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, cor Harford av and Madison st 
Carroll Rebecca, mantua maker, vv side From st s of Hillen 
Carroll A. brick & stone mason, n w cor York avand Mon't. st 
Carroll G. w side Green st n of Franklin 
Carroll Henrietta, Wilk st vv of Spring 
Carroll John, mariner, 11 Philpot st 
Carroll, Edw. ship carpenter, 5 Caroline st n of Gough st 
Carroll Thomas, drayman, 55 C Market space 
Carroll Harry D. G. e side Frederick st n of Lombard 
.Carroll John K. tavern, e side Commerce sis of Pratt 
Carroll John K. cooper, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
Carson, Allison &, Co. lumber merchants, Buchanan's wharf 
Carson John, plasterer, cor Saratoga and Pine sts 
Carson T. J. com. mt. e side Cheapside 4 doors n of Pratt 
Carson Geo. boiler maker, 71 Light st s of Hughes's quay 
Carson Mrs Eliza, Mulberry st w of State st 
Carson David, carpenter, n e cor Charles and Lombard sts. dw 

cor Pine and Josephine sts 
Carson John, w side Paca st s of Saratoga 
Carson George, e side Market al 

Carson David, cooper, alley n of Columbia st and e of Cove 
Carson Mrs Sarah Jane, High st s of Lombard 
Carson Mrs G. boarding house, n side Lombard st near Howard 
Carter Mrs Rebecca, Fayette st betwRun al and Pine st 
Carter C. coach and harness maker, Calvert st opp city spring, 

dw Courtland st n of Saratoga 
Carter Richard, teacher, 220 n Howard st 
Carter Mrs Catharine, lailoress. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Carter, Morton & Co. exchange brokers, 1S5 Baltimore st 
Carter J. H. firm ditto, dw Courtland st s of Franklin 
Carter James, gentleman's furnishing store, 151^ Baltimore st 

dw s side Salisbury st betw High and Exeter sts 
Carter Nicholas, carpenter, Lerew's al n of Madison st 
"Carter Valentine, truss manufacturer, Aisquith st n of McElderry 
Carter Jesse, chairmaker. Eager st n of Jail 
Carter Durus, carpenter. Gay st s of Canal 
Carter Charles^ bricklayer, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Carter Francis, clerk, Paca st s of Dover 
Carter J. grocer, cor Barre & Hanover sts. dw Paca st e of Cove 



CAR 109 CAT 

Carter Miss Ellen, Suf^ar al w of Li^ht st 

Carter John W. grocer, Camden st w of Hanover 

Carter R. G. paper manufacturer, n side Lombard st between 

Liixht and Charles sts 
Carter Wni. plaisterer, cor Gough st and Apple al 
Carter R. & A. mts, over 74 Bovvly's wharf, dw 117 s Sharp st 
Carter Wm. H. collector, 74 Bowly's wharf^ dw 117 Sharp st 
Carusi Lewis, dancing academy al assembly rooms, cor Fayette 

and Holliday sts, to be seen at S. Carusi's store 
Carusi Samuel, music store, 84 Baltimore st 
Carvill John R. com. mt. Light st wharf, dw Hill st w of Light 
Cary Wm. F. brace, belt and stock maker, 41 i n Gay st 
Gary Mrs. corset maker, 41 i n Gay st > 

Casey Wm. flour and meal dealer, cor Eutaw and Perry sts 
Casey John H. plumber, Eden st s of Gough 
Cashman Wm. baker, e side Exeter st s of French 
Caskey Samuel, boiler maker, Montgomery st w of Light 
Caskey Joseph, carpenter. Pearl st n ot Saratoga 
Caskey Wm. labourer, L Hughes st w of Light 
Caspar Mrs Henrietta, Chatsworth st s of Franklin 
Cassady Edw. accountant, U Mulberry st 
Cassady B. watchman. Mulberry st e of Cove 
Cassard L. & Co. bacon mts. 07 s Calvert st 
Cassard Lewis, firm ditto, dw Monument st e of Ensor 
Cassard George, dw Hillen st w of East 
Cassard Gilbert, bacon dealer, Hillen st w of East st 
Cassard Gilbert, jr. grocer and comni. mt. McElderry's wharf, 

dw 81 s High 
Cassas A. fruit dealer, cellar s w cor Gay and Bakimore sts 
Cassell Joseph, carjjenter, Saratoga st 1 door w of Pine 
Cassell Abr, bricklayer. Pine st s of Lexington 
Cassell Samuel, bricklayer, Eutaw st n of Lombard 
Cassell J. F. dentist, w side Liberty st 1 door s of Baltimore 
Cassel Leonard, carpenter, Fayette st w of Poppleton 
Casseres Mrs. over No. 5 Harrison st 
Gassidy John, porter. Perry st w of Eutaw 
Cassidy Luke, grocer, e side High st s of Low 
Gassidy Owen, marble polisher, cor Pearl and Pierce sts 
Gassidy Mrs M. Holland st e of Aisquith 
Gassilly Thomas, grocer, e side Spring st s of Pratt 
Cate Ammon, "'American House," 28 Thames st 
Cate Ammon, Market n of Wilk st 
Cate Ammon, keeper of '^'^Fulton House," 24 w Pratt st 
Cathal Mitchel, Schroeder st n of Lombard 
Cathcart R. & W. block & pump makers, Thames st w of Ann 
Cathcarl Wm. firm ditto, dw Ann st 2 doors n of Wilk 
Cathcart Robert, firm ditto, dw Fleet st w of Ann 
Cathcart John, ship joiner, Granby st vr of Canal 
Cathell Mrs. Pratt st w of Canal 
Gather Wm. carpenter, Columbia st w of Cove 
Gatherall Elizabeth, Philpot w of Thames 
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CAT 110 CHA 

Caton Richard, cor Lombard and Front sts 
Cator Joseph, Paca st e of L Green 
Cator John, brickmaker, Charles st s of Cross 
Cattenton Wm. Charles st n of Hamburg 
Caughey B. & P. grocers, cor Penn av and St Mary's court 
Caughey Patrick, firm ditto, cor Penn av and St Mary's court 
Caughey John H. clothing store, 42 Market space 
Caughey Michael, clothing store, 29 Pratt st e of Frederick 
Cave Mrs. Howard st n of Richmond 
Cave Mrs. stock and variety store, 145 Baltimore st 
Cave Charles, drayman, 48 n Exeter st 
Cavender Mrs Ellen, Pearl st s of Franklin 
Cavender Abram, grocer, cor Baltimore and Canal sts 
Cenell Mrs Regina, sock maker, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Cerenca Lions I. tailor, scourer and cleanser, 37i Centre Mar- 
ket space e side n of Lombard 
Chabot G. H. apothecary, corner Hanover and Lee sts. dw Lee 

e of Howard 
Chabot L. J. druggist, cor Baltimore and Eden sts 
Chabot G. H tailor, e side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Chad wick J. woollen manufacturer, cor Lombard and Canal sts 
Chaillon S. cook at Eutaw house, dw Perry st w of Eutaw 

Chaillon . bar room under s e cor Baltimore and Charles sts. 

dw Perry st w of Eutaw 
Chaisty Dr. E. J. Mulberry st 9 doors w of Pearl 
Chaisty Edward, Mulberry st 9 doors w of Pearl 
Chalk Levi, labourer, Cathedral st extended 
Chalmers Philemon, tailor, Eutaw st near Saratoga, dw Franklin 

st w of Chatsworth 
Chalmers Wm- rope maker, Harford av at rope walk 
Chamberlain John, shoemaker, Monument st e of Canal 
Chamberlain Alex. B. joiner, Wilk st e of Market 
Chamberlain Philip, tailor, Lewis st s of Orleans 
Chamberlain G. W. shoemaker, e side Gay sts of Aisquith 
Chamberlain John E. e side Mott st n of Gay 
Chamberlaiu John, boot and shoe store, w Pratt st e of Eutaw 
Chambers Robert, plasterer, R-aborg st w of Cove 
Chambers Thomas, marine painter, Conway st e of L Green 
Chambers Mrs Charlotte, Raborg st e of Cove 
Chambers Mrs. 25 New Church st 
Chambers Reuben, tanner. New st e of Jasper 
Chambers Miss M. A. upholsterer, Holland st e of Canal 
Chambers Mrs Ann, seamstress, Monument st bet Constitution 

and Forest 
Chambers Caroline, 68 Market st 

Chambers Mrs. boarding house, e side Eutaw st s of Lexington 
Chambers Mary Ann, e side Potter n of Pitt 
Champion capt Wm. Alice Anne st w of Bond 
Chanceaulme M. piano maker, Orleans st e of Young 
Chanceaulme Wm. clock maker, cor Canal and Salisburv sts 



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Chandlee Lewis, victualler, Ross st near Orchard 
Chandler Geo. F. potter, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Chandler John K. blacksmith, cor Fleet and Wolf sta 
Chandler John, tavern, Wilk st w of Carwline 
Chandler Thos. J. shoemaker, Philpot al w of Gough st 
Chandler Geo. W- brickmaker, w side Light st s of West 
Chaney Samuel, watchman, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Chaney N. E. weaver, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
Chaney Benjamin, constable, at Esq Cox's office, dw Rock st 
Chaney Cornelius, Sterling st near Monument 
Chaney J. M. millwright, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Chaney Benj. whip sawyer, w side Sjiring st n of Gough 
Chany Stephen W. n side French st near East 
Chany James, w side South st No. 2, up stairs 
Chapin H. D. attorney ai law, 42 n Charles st 
Chapin P. & Co. plane makers, n w cor Light and Balderston sts 
Chaplain Charles, attorney at law, Law Buildings, St Paul st 
Chapman Dr John, apothecary, 68 w Lexington si 
Chapman James, machinist, Lombard st e of Bond 
Chapman Allen A. firm Kirkland, Chase & Co. dw Saratoga st 

e of Lerew's alley 
Ciiapman J. L. apothecary and druggist, 25 Sharp st and South 
st 4 doors n of Baltimore st. dw German st w of Howard 
Chapman Edward B. 31 w Pratt st 
Chapman Mary, nurse, e side Exeter st s of French 
Chapman George, glass agency, 42 s Charles st 
Chappell J. G. dw Lexington st e of Howard st 
Chappell J. G. ship. mt. 77 Smith's whf. dw Pitt st e of Front 
Chappell Thomas S. firm Boyd & Chappell, dw 321 w Pratt st 
Chariton George, watchman, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Charles Elizabeth, tailoress. Bank st e of Caroline 
Charles Benjamin, teacher, Happy al n of Gough st 
Charlton Wm. Strawberry al s of Pitt st 
Charlton John, ropemaker. Strawberry al s of Pitt 
Charrier Luke, pedlar, Lombard st opp Lloyd 
Charron J B. firm Easter, Br. & Co. dw Pearl st s of Fayette 
Charter Peter, Armistead lane w of William st 
Chartres Thos. cabinet maker, n side Hillen st w of High 
Chasaing Edward, dw Franklin st n of Eutaw 
Chase Mrs. Lexington st betw Eutaw and Paca 
Chase Wm. ladies' fancy shoe shop, Lexington st w of Park 
Chase Daniel, firm Kirkland, Chase & Co. dw Saratoga st e of 

Lerew's alley 
Chase Alexander H. tavern keeper, 22 n Liberty st 
Chase G. W. ladies' shoemaker," Ross st w of Eutaw 
Chase Wm. shoemaker, Pine st s of Franklin 
Chase Mary, dry goods store, s side Hillen st w of Potter • 
Chase J. H. shoemaker, 50 n Eutaw st 
Chase M. A. corset maker. Low st near Aisquith 
Chase Hamilton, comb maker, Conway st e of Eutaw, dw Con- 
way w of L Paca 



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Chase Wells, man'rs. warehouse 51 Eutaw st s of German, dw 

opposite 
Chase H. H. comb maker, Conway st w of Howard, dw Con- 
way near Paca 
Chase B. storage and com. mt. Camden st 2d door wof Liojht, 

dw Conway st w of Charles 
Chase Mrs M. A. corset maker, Henry st n of Hushes 
Chase Thorndike, merchant, Thames st opposite Philpot 
Chase capt John, Market st n of Alice Anna 
Chason capt George, Block st w of Thames 
Chasteau capt Louis A. Pratt st w of Exeter 
Chatard Dr. P. 21 Saratoga st e of Park 

Chatard Dr. P. E. Saratoga st near Park, dw corner St Paul 
and Franklin sts [of Light 

Chatburn John, keeper of "Baltimore house," n side Mercer st e 
Chatman Mary, nurse, e side Exeter st s of French 
Chaytor Sarah, w side Howard st s of Lombard 
Cheney Reverdy, morocco dresser. Potter st s of Douglass 
Chenoweth Oliver, carpenter. Union st near Ross ' 

Chenoweth Thomas, carpenter. Union st near Ross 
Chenoweth Richard B. sen. plough Factory, 30 e Pratt St. dw 18 

Albemarle st 
Chenoweth Richard B. jr. blacksmith and plough maker, corner 

Ploughman and Front sts, dw Temple st near Baltimore 
CherbonnierP. Ovid, M. D. Lexington st betw Charles & St Paul 
Cherbonnier Peter, professor of French language, Lexington st 
Cherry Edward, tobacconist, 97 n Greene st ' [e of Charles 
Cherry James W. shoemaker, Lombard st eof Schroeder 
Chesapeake Bank, s e corner North and Fayette sts 
Chesborough A. feed store, 3 Bowly's wharf 
Chese Wm. butcher, corner Fayette and Republican sts 
Chesgreen Charles, labourer, Richmond st opposite Park 
Chesholm James, mariner, Wilk st w of Market 
Chesney Harriet E. Gay st n of Monument 
Chesnut Wm. grocer, cor Pratt and South sts, dw High s of Hillen 
Chester Wm. horse shoer. Pleasant st w of North 
Chestnut Samuel, cork manufacturer, 40 s Calvert st 
Cheston Thomas, carter. Silver st w of Spring 
Cheston Jas. & Son, millers, cor Patterson & Cable sts. dw Sharp 
Cheston Galloway, dw Sharp st betw Pratt and Lombard 
Chettard Wm. cabinet maker, n Gay st 2 doors from Saratoga 
Chew Dr. Samuel, 88 n Howard st 
Chicken Wm. engineer, York st w of William 
Child Mrs. mantua maker, 127 Eutaw st 
Child Wm. com mt and coal dealer, 88 Bowly's wharf 
Childs Thomas, brickmaker, Charles st s of Hamburg 
Childs Wm. mariner. Fleet st e of Ann 
Childs Thomas, brickmaker, Paca st e of Cove 
Childs Mary, 62 Market st 

Childs Samuel, coach man. 30 n Gay st. dw 21 Pitt 
Childs John, carpenter, Hollins st w of Schroeder 



CHI 113 CLA 



Childs Zachariah, carter, Orleans st w of Bond 

Childs mrs Elizabeth, German st e of Pine 

Cliilds J. B. grocer, Gay st near East 

Childs James, tailor, Paca st w of Warner 

Chillison James, blacksmith, Montgomery st e of Charles 

Chimm Leonard, labourer, w side Ann st n of Lancaster 

Chisholm Henry, police Officer, 10 Hiil st 

Christhilf Henry, cooper, Franklin st. dw Paca s of Saratoga 

Christhlif Henry, cooler, 15 Franklin st. dw do. near Lexington 

Chittenden Harriet, Caroline st s of Pratt 

Chiveril A. B. tailor, Eden st n of Mulliken 

Chiveril James, w side Bond st n of Bank 

Chormann Henry, coachraaker, n side Water st e of Lightj'dw 

Water w of Calvert 
Chrisholm Henry, police officer, 10 Hill st 
Christie Mrs. boarding house, s side Fayette st w of Gay 
Christie Charles, tinner, w Falls av 1 door n of Pratt st 
Christopher Joseph, watchman, Raborg st w of Cove 
Christopher Wm. tailor, Gay st near Aisquith 
Christy Henry, weaver. Union st near Ross 
Church Edw'd J. carpenter, Aisquith st s of Gay, dw Canal s of 
Church mrs R. T. 73 w Fayette st [McElderry 

Churches — see Appendix 
Church Wm. shoemaker. Forest st near Gay 
Churchman Mary, milliner, 63 w Lexington st 
Churchman Martha, Spring st opposite eastern fountain 
Cinnamond John, cabinet maker, Lexington st w of Liberty, dw 

Pine 2 doors s of George 
Cinnamond George R. firm G. D. Spurrier & Cinnamond, dwr 

Cove st n of Fayette 
Cissel James, millwright, 2 e of Baltimore st w of Canal 
Cisselberger Martin, labourer, Richmond st opp Park 
Cisselberger Lewis, Richmond st e of Tyson 
Citizens' Bank, 162 Baltimore st 

City Hall, Holliday st n of Orange alley, occupied for Mayor's 
office — Register's office — City Collector's office — Board of 
Health — City Commissioners, Port Wardens, and Asses- 
sors' offices — Appeal Tax court office — United Fire De- 
partment meeting room — City Council do. — Public School 
Commissioners' office , 

Clackner mrs Rebecca, e side Exeter st s of Lombard 
Clackner mrs Elizabeth, Eden st s of Pitt 
Clackner capt Joseph, deputy harbour master, 92 s High st 
Clagett Thomas, Lloyd st n of Lombard 
Claggett Wm. clerk at brewery, dw Pitt st w of High 
Claggett Eli, brewer, Lombard st e of Jones's fells 
Claiborne Charles H. shoemaker, Ensor st near Potter 
Clampitt Elias, brass founder, 27 n Frederick St. dw corner Eur- 

taw and Lombard sts 
Clany Jane, w side Bond st s of Baltimore 
Clap George C. firm Morrison & Clap, dw High sis oC HilUft 
J* 



CLA 114 CLA 

Clap Ann, w side High st n of Gay 

Clar Ferdinand, box maker, 8 Jackson's court, between Saratoga 
and LexinjTton sts e of Rock 

Clare Isaac, grocer, corner Hanover and Lee sts 

Clare Thomas J. clerk, Hanover st n of Lee 

Clare John, firm Seemers & Clare, dvv Howard st s of Conway 

Clareley Mary, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Clarenden Ann M. seamstress, e side High st s of Low 

Clark Matthew, grocer, Baltimore st between Pine and Cove, dw 
Fayette w of Pine 

Clark James, mariner, e side Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 

Clark Patrick, Lexington st between Sharp and Charles 

Clark Wm. cooper, corner Saratoga st and Bradenbaugh alley 

Clark James, locksmith and bell hanger, n Frederick st near Bait 

Clark Matthew, coach maker. North st s of FrankHn, dw e side 
Exeter s of French 

Clark B. & E. Brown, carpenters. North st n of Saratoga 

Clark Bernard, of firm, dw opposite 

Clark Thomas, pilot, w side Exeter st s of Granby 

Clark N. s e corner Pleasant and St Paul sts 

Clark & Kellogg, commission merchants, 16 Bowly's wharf 

Clark John, of firm, dw Charles st s of Barnet 

Clark G. hatter, 44 n Howard st 

Clark Patrick, Howard st s of Richmond 

Clark Nathaniel, slater, 241 n Howard st 

Clark Thomas, mariner, 36 Fell st 

Clark Charles, pilot, Fell st s of Thames 

Clark John, teacher, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 

Clark John, Hampstead st e of Spring 

Clark capt Ray S. Wolfe st s of Wilk 

Clark mrs Margaret, Pitt st w of Exeter 

Clark Wm. custom house porter, Washington st s of Wilk 

Clark Benj. J. flour and meal dealer, Canal st nof L McElderry 

Clark Cain M. shoemaker, Eden st s of Mullikin 

Clark John, wood dealer, Camden st w of Howard 

Clark Mary Ann, w side Front st s of Low 
Clark G. D. watchmaker, 1 e Water st opp Cheapside, dw 101 
Baltimore st — see advertisement page 5 

Clark George, carpenter, 138 n Paca st 

Clark mrs J. C. e side Paca st near Saratoga 

Clark Wm. shoemaker, n side Gay st w of Exeter 

Clark Daniel H. shoemaker, Thomsen st e of Friendship 

Clark Lester S. carpenter, corner Ensor and East sis 

Clark Richard, w side East st s of Hillen 

Clark Wm. H. flour and feed dealer, e side East st s of Hillen 

Clark Elizabeth, e side East st s of Hillen 

Clark John, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Clark miss R. mantua maker, Exeter st s of Gay 

Clark John M. machinist, McHenry alley e of Poppleton st 

Clark Jehu, blacksmith, Columbia st e of Cove 

Clark Wm. labourer, L Greene st s of Conway 



CLA 115 CLE 

Clark Thomas, labourer, corner Eutaw stand West alley 

Clark mrs Sarah, Paca st s of German 

Clark Wm. sailor, X alley s of Lee st 

Clark mrs JVIargaret, Armistead lane w of William st 

Clark Georore, hatter, Howard st near Lexinii^ton 

Clark Patrick, i^rocer, Montgomery st e of Charles 

Clark James, grocer, cor Alice Anna st and Apple alley 

Clark Mrs. Fleet st e of Caroline 

Clark Benjamin, mariner, Wilk st wol" Caroline 

Clark Thomas, firm Adkisson & Clark, dvv Gough st w of Bond 

Clark Sarahj Caroline st s of Pratt 

Clark James G. cooper, Pratt st w of Market 

Clark miss Elizabeth, tailoress, e side Bond st n of Pratt 

Clark Thos. G. L. pilot, Pratt st vv of Canal 

Clark Zachariah, pilot, Market st s of Bank 

Clarke Mrs. Raborg st w of Cove 

Clarke Joseph H. a. m. school vv side Hanover st 7 doors s of 

Baltimore, dvv 22 Barnet st 
Clarke A. teacher, Biddle st near Richmond 
Clarke S. teacher, Biddle st near Richmond 
Clarke Laurence, labourer, Richmond st e of Lerew's alley 
Clarke Benjamin, shoemaker, w side Market alley 
Clarke Hannah, shoe store, Thames st w of Ann 
Clarke capt John S. Alice Anna st vv of Ann 
Clarke capt Alexander^ Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Clarke Wm. "Rolla house" Lombard st bridge, Jones's falls 
Clarkson Geo. boot maker, Humes st near Exeter 
Clarkson John, cordwainer, Thames st e of Philpot 
Clary Rev. Jona. agent Md. Temp. soc. Market st s of Pratt 
Clary Philip, labourer, e side Beuren st 1 door s of Madison 
Clary mrs Francis, grocery, cor Lancaster st and Strawberry al 
Classen Hammond, grocer, 127 s Sharp st 
Claudis Henry, shoemaker, s side Addison st w of High 
Claughton P. C- boarding house, 4 s Calvert st — see adv. p 17 
Clautice Frances, huckster, Harford av n of Monument st 
Clautice Elizabeth, milliner, Penn av near Preston st 
Clautice John, wheelwright, Harford av n of Monument st 
Clautice Peter, blacksmith, corner Pratt and Greene sts. dw 

Paca near L Greene 
Clautice George, blacksmith, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Clay Elizabeth, grocer, n side French st nearly opp Potter 
Claypoole James, book keeper, 14 n Exeter st 
Claypoole Septimus, chair maker, 27 Albemarle st. dw w side 

High stn of Pitt 
Clayson Wm. grocery and feed store, Hillen st e of Potter 
Clayton Wm. C. printer, n w cor Light and Hughes sts 
Clayton Samuel, fancy store, 45 Camden st 
Cleary Edward, grocer, cor Alice Anna st and Argyle alley 
Cleary John, shoemaker. Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Cleaveland Joseph S. firm Coleman & Co. Wilk w of Wash'n 
Cleeves Nathan, tailor, Armistead lane e of Light st 



CLE 116 COA 

Clefford Sylvester, grocer, Pratt st e of Cove 

Clem Peter S. carpenterj 144 n Eutaw st 

Clemens J. D. cabinet maker, Gay st near Potter 

Clemm Wm. rigger, Wilk st e of Bond 

Clement Samuel H. firm Levering & Co. dvv Conway st 

Clemmons Wm. weaver, row n of Pierce st w of Poppleton 

Clemmons Samuel, dw 77 Conway st 

Clemmons John D. cooper, Harford av s of Madison st 

Clemmons Wm. cabinet maker, w side Penn av n of Pearl st 

Clemston Wm. mariner, Alice Anna st w of Washington 

Clendihen Wm. carpet weaver, e side Front st n of Pitt 

Clendinen David, 115 Hanover st 

Clendinen Dr. Wm. H. corner Baltimore and Exeter sts 

Clendinen Dr. Alexander, corner Baltimore and Exeter sts 

Cleveland A. B. piincipal female classical school, Lexington st w 

of Charles, dw Fayette st w of Pine 
Cleveland George W. coachmaker, Scott stn of Columbia 
Clezy George, wheelwright. Hill st w of Light 
Clifford A. & S. lottery and exchange ofl&ce, Lexington (or Louis- 
iana) st n side w of Eutaw 
Clifford Sylvester, grocer, Pratt st e of Cove 
Clifford James, grocer, corner Columbia and Scott sts 
Clifford Eleonora, washer, e side Tripolet's alley near Second st 
Clifford John, cheese dealer, German st e of Pine 
Clermon mrs Isabella, corset maker, Saratoga st e of Charles 
Cline Henry, brickmaker, 83 Fleet st 
Cline Anthony, brickmaker, w side Bond st s of Bank 
Cline Catherine, seamstress, w side Potter st s of Hillen 
Clinede Frederick, tailor, Lowst e of Forest 
Cloarty John, shoemaker, Henrietta st w of Light 
Cloney James, shipping master. Bank st e of Caroline 
Clopper mrs Andrew, Calvert st opposite Baptist church 
Clotworthy Alexander, dealer in new and second hand furniture, 

76 n Howard st 
Cloud Jesse, justice of peace, Lombard st w of Frederick, dw n 

side Gay st e of Mott 
Cloud W. M. tailor, corner Frent and Plowman sts 
Cloughley Wm. watchman, Garden st near Richmond 
Clously Thomas, carpenter, Haw st w of Emory 
Clyne Mrs. n w corner Eutaw and Arcade alley 
Cnimmer Nathan, s side Ensor st e of Mott 
Coakley P. H. broker, s w corner Lombard and South sts, dw 

HoUins w of Cove 
Coarts Wm. machinist, Bolton place near Biddle st 
Coates Alexander, manager Valona copper works, dw Maiden 

lane e of East st 
Coates mrs Fanny, butcher, alley running from Madison si betw 

York and Harford avenues 
Coates & Glenn, lumber and coal yard, cor Pratt and Greene sts 
Coates Francis, grocer, e side Grant st n of Lombard 



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Coath & Sar^eantj proprietors of "gunners hall" Lombard st w 

of Exeter 
Coath Wm. & Jno. tavern keepers, cor Swan st and market space 
Cobb ■ n end North st w side near Belvidere bridge 

Cobb mrs Ruth, w side Eutawst n of Saratoga 
Cobb Geo. F. firm Edwards & Cobb, North st near Belvid. br. 
Cobb Josiah, grocer, 40 n Liberty st 
Coburn James, dry good and fancy store, 151i Baltimore st. d\v 

Gay st opposite the German Ciiurch 
Coburn Wm. bricklayer, Orleans st e of Canal 
Coburn Wm H. firm McLean & Co. dw e Pratt st 
Cochran Wm. dairy, St Paul st s of Centre 
Cochran David, domestic manufacturer, Preston st near Penn av 
Cochran James E. Aisquith st s of Madison 
Cochran J. W. teacher, s w corner Eutaw and Mulberry sts 
Cochran James, tailor, Barre st e of Sharp 
Cochran Chas. clerk Farmers' & Planters' Bank, 142 Hanover st 
Cochran Tamar, tailoress, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 
Cochrane Jam.es, s side Lombard st w of Frederick 
Cochrane & Brother, cabinet makers, 29 Hanover st 
Cochrane Richard, dw Barre st 
Cockey Edward, 196 Howard st 

Cockey Joshua, proprietor of Wheatfield Inn, n Howard st 
Cockey Elizabeth, w side Front st s of Hillen 
Cockey Samuel, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Cockey Chas. ship joiner, McElderry's wf. dw Wilk e of Exeter 
Cockey Dr. J. Paul, corner Lombard and Albemarle sts 
Cockey Dr. J. C. corner Lombard and Albemarle sts 
Cockrill Rebecca, corner Philpot and Wilk sts 
Cockrill Dr. J. J. 9 Thames st. dw corner Thames and Philpot sts 
Coe Alexander Benson, clerk in Recoi-d office, dw Lexington st 

1 door e of Pearl • 
Coffee capt. James, 11 Spring st Fountain Row 
Coffey Wm. s w corner North and Bath sts 
Coffin Rev. Wm. H. Montgomery st e of Light 
Coffin capt. Charles E. Block st w of Thames 
Cofield Jeremiah, Happy alley e side n of Alice Anna st 
Cofran John, stone cutter, Pratt e of Penn 
Cogan James, grocer, Bath st w of North 
Cogswell James, hat manufacturer, 94 Harrison st 
Cohen & Bro. banking house, n e cor Baltimore and Calvert sts 
Cohen J. I. Jr. of firm, dw Charles st near Franklin 
Cohen B. I. of firm, dw Charles st near Pleasant 
Cohen D. I. exchange office 1 North st. dw s w cor Monument 

and Howard sts 
Cohen E. P. commission merchant, 74 Bowly's wf.dwCourtland 

n of Pleasant 
Cohen Moses, dry goods store, 17 Baltimore st 
Cohen L. J. s Charles st. dw Frederick st 3 doors s of Baltimore 
Cohen S. clothier, s side Lombard st e of Frederick 
Cohlepp Casper, grocer, n e corner Cove and Fayette sts 



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Colan John, carpenter^ w side Light st n of Montgomery 

Colbert mrs Sarah, Aisquith st n of Madison 

Colbert Robert N. rigijer. Block st vv of Wills 

Colbert Sarah Ann, milliner, n side Gay st e of the bridge 

Colbert Levvin, carpenter, e side Potter st s of Gay 

Colburn Hervey, firm Knight & Colburn, dvv Paca s of Mulberry 

Colburn Edmund W. writing teacher, Park st n of Madison 

Colder Edward, grocer, Wilk st vv of Spring 

Cole Samuel, tinner, 20 Harrison st ' 

Cole John, e side Lombard st 3 doors e of Liberty 

Cole Wm. J. alt'y at law, 9 St Paul st. dw Baltimore st opp Pearl 

Cole mrs Eliza, s e corner Mulberry and Charles sts 

Cole Jeremiah, Centre st e of Howard 

Cole C. H. feed store, e side Cheapside s of Water st 

Cole James, bricklayer, Richmond st w of Park 

Cole & Howard, dry goods merchants, 245 Baltimore st 

Cole A. G. of firm, dw 124 Lombard st 

Cole Jacob, firm Cole & McBriety, dw Monument st e of Stirling 

Cole Jarret, Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Cole Wm. rope maker, Eden st n of Orleans 

Cole John R. grocer, w side Eutaw st 2 doors n of Arcade alley 

Cole Wm. plaisterer, 42 n Eutaw st 

Cole Wm. tailor, Hull lane w of Aisquith st 

Cole Wm. shoemaker, s side Pitt st w of Aisquith 

Cole Sela, carpenter, Sterling st near Monument 

Cole Michael, paver. Sterling st near Madison 

Cole Merryman, w side Potter st n of Gay » 

Cole, Craft & Co. halters, 5 s Calvert st 

Cole Wm. P. of firm, dw 135 High st n of Gay 

Cole Wm. A. commission merchant, 84 South st. Bowly's wharf, 

Aip stairs, dw 18 Saratoga st 
Cole Cornelius H. stables, German st w of Eutaw, dw Columbia 
Cole Frederick, Charles st n of L Hughes [w of Emory 

Cole James, labourer, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Cole James, state wharfinger, Wilk st w of Wolfe 
Cole George, pilot, Wilk st w of Ann 
Cole Eliza, tavern, corner Wilk and Spring sts 
Cole & McBriety, shoe store, s w corner Baltimore and High siss 
Coie Cornelius M. merchant tailor, s w corner Lombard si and 

centre market space, dw Eden sts of Pratt 
Cole Joshua, tinner, e side Exeter st n of Lombard 
Cole Wm. H. clothier, corner Second st and market space 
Cole Benjamin W. tailor, 74 centre market space 
Cele H. H. clothing store, n w corner Pratt st and market space 
Coleberrier Henry, labourer, L Hughes st w of Light 
Colehouse Wm. H. mt tailor, 36 Fayette st e of Holliday 

Coleman dry goods merchant, dw Gay st near Shot tower 

Coleman R. H. & Co. apothecaries, 133 Baltimore st 

Coleman Morgan, grocer, and provision mt. 305 Baltimore St. 

dw Pearl st n of Chestnut alley 
Coleman Mrs. seamstress, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 



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Coleman Charles, bricklayer, Monument st e of Canal 

Coleman Ellis, shoemaker, 10 Light st. dw Eden n of Baltimore 

Coleman Charles, butcher, Spring st s of Silver 

Coleman Edward, block and pump maker, Eden st s of Gough 

Coleman mrs Mary, L Greene st n of Conway 

Coleman Charles R. clerk in Merchants' bank, Paca w of L Paca 

Coleman capt George A, n side Thames st w of Ann 

Coleman & Cleaveland, ship smiths, cor Block and Point sts 

Coleman Thos. of firm, dw Wilk st w of Washington 

Coleman Wm. segar maker, Philpot alley w of Gough st 

Coles Wm. 229 n Howard st 

Coles Wm. ladies' shoe maker, 98 Pitt st 

Colleit George, proprietor "white horse tavern," Swan 8t 

Colley John W, carpenter, Raborg st e of Cove 

Colliday Joseph S. carpenter, w side High st s of French 

Collier Wm. J. blacksmith, Raborg st w of Poppleton 

Collier Ralph, tinner, n side Lombard st e of Frederick, dw sside 

French st e of Bath 
Collier Henry, blacksmith, Schroeder st n of Lombard 
Collier Mr. potter, L Hughes st w of Light 
Collier Levin, lumber inspector, Hanover st n of York 
Collier Ebenezer, mariner, 77 McElderry's wharf 
Collings Samuel, seaman, Aisquith st s of McElderry 
Collingwood George, shoemaker, Park st n of Lexington 
Collins George, Raborg st e of Amity 
Collins V. tailor, Hanover st s of Montgomery 
Collins mrs Margaret, Raborg st e of Amity 
Collins James E. tavern keeper, 11 Thames st 
Collins Wm. H. attorney at law, Courthouse lane, dw Calvert st 

betw Saratoga and Lexington 
Collins Thomas, grocer. Saratoga st 3 doors w of Cove . 
Collins James L. hardware dealer, Charles st s of Balderston 
Collins James W. surveyor, 3 Barnet st. dw 51 n Charles 
Collins Nancy, seamstress, n side Hillen st w of High 
Collins Geo. C. grocer and com mt. 15 Light st wharf, dw e side 

Front st n of Pitt 
Collins mrs Charity, Gay st near Aisquith 
ColUns Ann, mantua maker, s side Addison st w of High 
Collins Wm. tailor, Columbia st e of Emory 
Collins Samuel, varnisher, Eutaw st s of Lee 
Collins Henry, brickmaker, Eutaw st s of Montgomery 
Collins Patrick, machinist, York st w of Light 
Collins mrs Elizabeth, L Hughes st w of Light 
Collins mrs Ann, teacher, Charles st s of Montgomery 
Collins Thomas S. Charles st n of Sugar alley 
Collison Wm. mt tailor, 3 s Sharp st. dw Lee e of Howard 
Colly Roderick, labourer. Canton, e of Harris's creek 
Goiter John, labourer, Richmond st w of Cathedral 
Colton Wm. boot and shoe store, 24 Market st 
Colton Mrs. grocer, n w corner Park and Lexington sts 
Colton & McAleer, blacksmiths and bell hangers, 92 Harrison st 



COL 120 CON 

Colton P. of firm, dw cor Park and Lexington sts 
Colvin W. lottery and exchange ofl&ce, n e cor Calvert and Bal- 
timore sts. dw Penn av near Union st 
Celvin miss Rachel, Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Comegys Bartus, tailor. Pine st s of Lexington 
Comegys rars Elizabeth, Conway st w of L Paca 
Cornhouse John, Beuren st n of Liberty alley 
Commercial and Farmers' Bank, s w cor Howard and German 
Cohant S. W. clock maker, Sterling st e of Mott 
Compte mrs Ann, 74 s High st [s of Pratt 

Conaway & Baker, blacksmiths and wheelwrights. President st 
Conaway Carvill, of firm, dw Albemarle st n of Fawn 
Conaway James, superintendent chimnies, Gough st e of Eden 
Condon Catharine, grocery and liquor store, 104 Dugan's whf 
Condon Wm. cabinet maker, 5 Mercer st 
Gone Thomas, currier, 12 Jackson's court, betw Saratoga and 

Lexington sis e of Rock 
Conelly John, labourer, s of Wilk st w of Exeter, on city prop'ty 
Gonine Wm. G. 15 n Frederick st 
Conklin capt John A. corner Pratt and Caroline sts 
Gonklin capt Wm. H. Market st n of Fleet 
Gonnant S. W. clockmaker, Sterling st e of Mott 
Conneary John, porter at Exchange hotel, Eden st n of Orleans 
Connelly Wm. carter, HoUiday sts of Centre 
Connelly Samuel, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Connelly John, Baltimore si w of Pine 
Connelly Bridget, w side Apple alley s of Wilk st 
Connelly Michael, porter, Camden st w of Light 
Conner John, watchmaker and jeweller, 32 Baltimore st 
Connolly Machael, w side Greene st near Saratoga 
Connolly Patrick, marble polisher, St Paul st w of Scott 
Connolly Elias, meal seller, Harford avenue near ropewalk 
Connolly Thomas, Gay st near Monument 
Connolly James, millwright, ne corner Grant and Lombard sis 
Connolly Patrick, tailor, Lexington st w ot Market alley 
Connolly John, stonecutter. Gay st near Monument 
Connolly Richard, teacher Public School No. 3, w side Front st 

n of Catholic church 
Connolly Mary, corset maker, 42 n Eutaw st 
Connor Thomas, carpenter, Raborg st e of Poppieton 
Connor Joseph, harness maker, w side Ensor st n of Madison 
Connor mrs Hannah, boarding house, 17 e Baltimore st 
Connor Rose, cake shop, w side Howard st 4 doors s of Perry 
Conoway Solomon, superintendent chimnies, dw Calvert st 2d 

door n of Mulberry 
Conox J. currier, s e cor Ensor and East sts. dw cor Eutaw and 

Madison sts 
Conrad Andrew, grocer, w Pratt st extended 
Conradt G. G. carpet manufacturer, Granby st e of Jones's Falls, 

dwcor Granby and Albemarle sts 
Conradt Andrew, Greenwillow st near Penn av 



CON 121 COO 

Conradt G. M. worsted manufactory. High st s of Fawn 

Conradt G. J. piano forte dealer & music store, 155 Baltimore st 

Conradt T. F. clerk, 84 Conway st 

Conry Miss, fancy dress maker, w side High st n of Baltimore 

Conry Michael, tanner, Forest si n of Madison 

Conry Thomas, shoemaker, w side Exeter st s of Low 

Constable Elizabeth, shroud maker, Mulberry st near Lerew's al 

Constance George, shoemaker, Saratoga st near Gay 

Conway &. Armstrong, com. mts. 66 South st 

Conway John R. firm Conway & Armstrong, dw Barre st w of 
Hanover 

Conway Patrick, labourer, Chesnut al w of Pearl st 

Conway Robert, carpenter. Bond st s of Wilk 

Conway Alfred, shoemaker. Pierce st e of Chatsworth 

Conway Frances A. Thomsen st w of Short 

Conway Wm. Hollins st w of the market 

Conway John, fisher, Hamburg st Federal Hill 

Cooch Z. H. com. rat. Bowly's wharf 

Coodger Mrs Ann, Pierce st e of Cove 

Cook JK)hn, clothier, Lexington st e of Elm (or Market alley) 

Cook Mrs. Mary, 17 Bath st 

Cook Lewis, baker, cor Poppleton and Saratoga sts 

Cook John H. cabinet maker, 31 s Calvert st 

Cook John, segar maker, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Cook Hy. cabinet maker, w side Howard st 3 door n of Perry 

Cook Jacob, deputy high constable, Saratoga st 1 door e of Jasper 

Cook John, harness maker, 80 North st 

Cook George, fancy store, 35 w Pratt st 

Cook Mrs, dress maker, dw 80 North st 

Cook Columbus E. auctioneer and com. mt. 6 n Charles st 

Cook Henry W. firm Flint, Cook & co. dw 19 Barnet st 

Cook John, clothier, 107 n Howard st 

Cook Miss Eleonora, Inloes al w of Park st 

Cook Wm. farmer. Chamberlain al opp Eufaw church 

Cook Benj. shoemaker, Orleans st e of Lewis 

Cook mrs washer, Ensor st n of Madison 

Cook Frederick, Montgomery st e of Hanover 

Cook Fredk. jr. butcher, Montgomery st e of Hanover 

Cook Mrs Jane, burnisher, Montgomery st w of Light 

Cook Christian, Hamburg st e of Charles 

Cook Hy. Cooper Lee st. dw Charles st s of York 

Cook Addison S. blacksmith, Charles st n of Montgomery, dw 

Henrietta st 
Cook Andrew, boiler maker, Hanover st n of York 
Cook John, labourer, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Cook Robert R. carpenter, cor Bank and Spring sts 
Cook Dl. e side Ann st s of Lancaster 
Cook Wm. printer, e side Canal st s of Baltimore 
Cook Gasper, fan maker, w side Hov/ard st 3 doors s of Perry 
Cook & Harris, grocers, n side German st 1 door e of Eutaw 
Cook Henry W. firm ditto, dw 139 s Paca st 
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coo 122 COO 

Cook Charles, cor Pleasant and Courtland sts 

Cook Henry, carpenter, alley s of Baltimore st wof Poppleton 

Cook Isaac P. bookseller and stationer, 52 Baltimore st 

Cook Thomas, shoemaker, Holland st e of Canal 

Cook Alex'r. printer, Monument st w of Sterling 

Cook Allen, tailor. Eden st n of Mullikin 

Cook Thomas, shoemaker, Lewis st s of Mullikin 

Cook John F. printer, sside Elisor st betw Forest and Moot 

Cook Mrs Susan, Boyd st w of Schroeder 

Cook Joseph, shoemaker, Boyd st w of Schroeder 

Cook Henry, cooper, Lee st e of Charles, dw Charles st 

Cook Wm. machinist, n of Hughes st e of William 

Cook Wm. G. 41 Albemarle st 

Cooke Israel, cotton dealer, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Cooke Wm. & Son, com. mts. Light st wharf No. 7 

Cooke W. firm ditto, dw Franklin st e of Cathedral 

Cooke George jr. firm ditto, dw Franklin st e of Cathedral 

Cooke George, carpet weaver, Wilk st e of High 

Cooke Mary, cor Fawn and High sts 

Cooke Clarissa, Block st w of Thames 

Cookman Mrs Geo. H. cor Mulberry and Jasper sts 

Cooksey capt C. H. e Baltimore st near Market 

Cooksey Wm. mariner. Fleet st w of Caroline 

Cool Wm. tinner, Pratt st opp President 

Coolidge Mrs Elizabeth, w side Front st n of Pitt 

Coombs John, copper refiner, Pitt st w of Eden 

Coon John, paver, cor Saratoga and Schroeder sts 

Coon Florence, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Coonan M. blacksmith, Lancaster st e of Market, dw 12Lancas. 

Coonan Dl. clothier, 58 Centre Market space 

Cooney L. grocer, cor Eutaw and Lombard sts 

Cooney C labourer, William st n of Cross 

Cooney P- cooper, Thames st w of Anne, dw cor Ann and Lan. 

Cooper Wells, merchant tailor, n w cor Liberty and Marion sts 

Cooper Martin, carter, Alice Anna st e of Bond 

Cooper Sarah, Clay st e of Howard 

Cooper Samuel, Courtland st n of Saratoga 

Cooper James, shoemaker, Fine sr north of Fayette 

Cooper Jane, Caroline st n of Baltimore 

Cooper Margaret, seamstress, York av n of Monument st 

Cooper Mary, seamstress, York av n of Madison st 

Cooper Joseph, carpenter, York av n of Madison st 

Cooper Priscilla, e side Green st n of Park lane 

Cooper Wm. oyster house, n side Gay st w of Forest 

Cooper Alex, book keeper, Sterling st e of Mott 

Cooper Georg-e, blacksmith, s side Ensor st e of Mott 

Cooper Thomas A. chairmaker, e side East st s of Pitt 

Cooper Wm. B. mahogany sawyer, Paca st e of Warner 

Cooper Samuel, milkman, William st s of Gittings row 

Cooper Mitchel, saddler, Charles st s of Lee 

Cooper E. J. Hanover st n of Lee 



coo 123 COR 

Cooper John, tav^ern keeper, Thames st w of Bond 
Cooper Ann, grocer, cor Thames and Ann sts 
Cooper Margaret, huckster, Lancaster stw of Argyle alley 
Cooper Robert, shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Washington 
Cooper John, oyster and ale house, s w cor Mercer and Calvert 
Cooper J. brushmaker, s side Lombard st e of Market space 
Cooper capt Edvv. O. Fleet st \v of Ann 
Cooper John, sr. carter, Fleet st e of Argyle al 
Cooper Matthew H. mariner, cor Fleet and Wolfe sts 
Cooper H. A. firm Abrahams & Cooper, d w Market st w of Fleet 
Cooper Elisha, ship joiner, 151 Bond st 
Cooper John, stocking manufactory, 42 Albemarle st 
Cooper Francis A. shoemaker, Slemmer al s of Fawn st 
Cooper James, tavern keeper, 3 Centre Market space. 
Copeland Richard, hatter, w side Forest si cor Eager 
Copeman Henry, cabinet maker, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Copenhaver Augustus, paper hanger, 44 Bond st 
Copper S. N. ladies' shoemaker, Raborg st e of Cove 
Coppleman John, tavern keeper, 49 n Gay st 
Coram Joseph, shoemaker, INIontgomery st e of Hamilton 
Corbell Peter, shoemaker, cor Canal and Orleans sts 
Corbett Isaac, umbrella maker, 30i Harrison st 
Corbin Martin, cooper, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
Cord Pilkington, butcher. Bank st w of Wolfe 
Cord James, Hampstead st w of Choptank 
Cordery James, tavern, cor Wilk and Spring sts 
Cordus H. shoemaker, Neighbor st betw York and Harford av 
Cordus H. cordwainer, Wilk st opposite High 
Cork Mary Ann, w side East st s of Douglass 
Cork Joseph, tailor, President st s of Pratt 
Cork James, sawyer, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Corkran F. S. com. mt. 53 s Calvert st 

Corkran Wm. firm Flint, Cooke &- co. dw Hanover st s of Barre 
Cornelius John, huckster, Hillen st near Monument 
Cornelius Susan, Hillen st w of Potter 

Cornelius Saml. mt tailor, cor Pratt and Hanover sts. dw Hano- 
ver st s of Lee 
Cornelius N. N. huckster, s side Hillen st e of Forest 
Cornelius N. grocery and produce store. Forest st s of Monu't. 
Cori>elius Peter, boatman at custum house, Gough st s of Granby. 
Corlet Dl. shoemaker, e side Howard st 4 doors n of Perry 
Corlett Dl. shoemaker, Jasper st near Lexington 
Corletto Francis, mariner, w side Bond st n of Wilk 
Cornell Michael, carpenter, Franklin st e of Chatsworth, shop 

German near Paca 
Corner John, grocer, n e cor North and Pleasant sts 
Corner James & Sons, com. mts. s end Buchanan's wharf 
Corner James, mt. Corner's wharf, dw Market st n of Fleet 
Corner T. firm Corner 8c Brother, dw e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Corner Sol. firm Keller & Corner, dw Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Corner capt John B. w side Ann st s of Wilk st 



COR 124 COU 

•Corner J. J. w side Gay st n of Second 
Cornine Elizabeth^ seamstress, Vork av n of Monument st 
Cornlin John, undertaker, dw Mulberry st w of Park 
Cornprop li^natius, drover, n w cor Light and Henrietta sts 
Cornthwait Robert, hatter, Thames st opposite Market 
Cornthwait Wm. cabinet maker, 29 Fleet st 
Corrie J. carpenter, Hanover st opp the Market — tavern ditto 
Corrigan Bartholomew clothier, Thames st opp Market 
Corrigan Patrick, labourer, Wilk st opp High 
Corrigan Patrick, mail carrier from Depot to post office, dw 57 

s Charles st 
Cortlan James, man'r. tin ware, importer and dealer in tin plate, 

10 Baltimore st and 6 Harrison st. (see advertisement in 

front, page 7) dw 12 Harrison st 
Corts James, Howard st near Richmond market 
Cosgrove Peter, tavern keeper, cor Liberty st and Cowpen al 
Cosgrove Patrick, grocer, Wilk st cor High 
Cosgrove Peter, grocer, cor Mullikin and Caroline sts 
Cosmell John, grocer, cor Lombard st and Apple al 
Coss George, grocer, St Paul st n of Centre 
Cost George W. pilot, Alice Anna st cor Wolfe 
Costello Mary, tailoress. Bond st w side n of Gough 
Costello James, glazier, 100 Dugan's wharf 
Costello James J. dry good store, dw Gay st 1 door w of Potter 
Costello Wm. cooper, President st n of Fawn 
Costigan capt Wm. of watch, eastern district, dw 112 Wolfe st 
Coslolay Patrick, firm Gruver & Costolay, dw Ross st near Orch. 
Costolay Edward, Ross st near Orchard 
Cotman Joseph, tailor, Hillen st w of Potter 
Cottingham S. blacksmith, Lombard st near Calvert, dw Warren 
Cottrel Mrs Jane, dry goods store, Lexington st e of Poppleton 
Cottrel James, house and sign painter, Gay st nearly opp shot 

tower, dw Richmond st e of Howard 
Cottrel capt Clark, Hughes st opposite plaister mill 
Cottringer Misses, pr. young ladies' seminary, Franklin st e of 

Lerew's alley 
Coughlan Wm. grocery and tavern, Concord st s of Lombard 
Coughlan Edward, huckster. Commerce st s of Pratt 
Couison Joseph H. 16 s High st 
Coulson James, glue manufacturer, Ross st extended 
Couison Thomas, book keeper, Albemarle st n of Stiles 
Coulson Andrew, rigger, Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Couison Mary, Charles st n of Sugar al 
Coulson Edward, carter, cor Baltimore and Market sts 
Coulston Edward, huckster. Strawberry al n of Hampstead st 
Coulter Alex'r. dw Diddle st near Richmond 
Coulter Samuel, tailor. Chamberlain al w of State st 
Coulter James, brickmaker, e side Beuren st near Falls st 
Coulter Dr. Henry, of U. S. navy, 10 Spring st Fountain row 
Coulter John, teacher, e side Light st s of Hamburg 
Courtney James, Baltimore st w of Pine— rear 



COU 125 COX 

Counselman Charles, carpenter, Hollins st e ofPoppleton 
Counselman Jacob, salt and plaister dealer, German st e of Pine 
Counstorm Aaron, e side Caroline st s of Wilk st 
Countess Joseph, brickn^aker, L Paca st n of Perry 
Coupe Thomas, fringe and cord manufacturer, 15 n Exeter st 
Couple Charles, mill stone worker, 58 Albemarle st 
Courtenay David S. firm Hy. Thompson & Son, dw 4 Lexing- 
ton st w of Liberty 
Court House, situated at the corner of Calvert and Lexington 

sts. and House of Record corner Lexington and St. Paul sts. 

Court house occupied as follows, viz: 

First Floor — City court room, N. Brice, C. Just., A. Nesbit 
and W. G. D. Worthin^ton, Associates. — Sheriff's office, VVm. 
D.Bali, high sheriff and 6 deputies. — Commissioners Baltimore 
county, S. Worthington, clerk and treasurer. — John W. Walker, 
late sheriff's office. 

Second Floor — County court room, S. Archer, C. Just., J. 
Purviance, R. B. Maorruder, Associates. — Insolvent court, daily 
session from 9 to 3; Hy. Stump, Rd. Frisby and Edwd. Palmer, 
commissioners; A. Benson Coe and Phil. L. Moore, clerks. — 
Library Co. of Baltimore Bar, incorporated 1840, 1100 volumes 
law books only. — J. V. L. McMahon, prest.; Geo. Wm. Brown, 
Hu. Davy Evans, J. N. Steele, William F. Giles and James M. 
Campbell, directors. Eighty members. Wm. Geo. Read, trea- 
surer, Chas. S. Carter, librarian.-— Clerk city court, William M. 
Medcalf. — Jury room. — Grand jury room. 

House Record. 

First Floor— County clerks office, Thos. Kell, clerk and 12 
assistants. 

Second Floor — Orphan's court, Wm. Baker, Jas. B. Price and 
John H. Briscoe, judges; D. M. Perine, register. 

Courtney E. S. firm Norman & Courtney, dw 133 Hanover st 
Courtois Amand, distiller, n w cor Second st and Tripolett's al. 

dw High st n of Trinity 
Courts G. W. victualler. Cove st n of Sarah Ann 
Couselle Jane, cor Gough st and Allen alley 
Cousins John, cooper, Gough st w of Caroline — shop President 

st s of Stiles 
Cousins Michael, wood dealer, Gough st w of Happy al 
Covell Joel, Pratt st w of Amity 
Covington Henry, carpenter, Orleans stw of Aisquith 
Coward Ann, Lombard st. w of Lloyd 

Coward Washington, mariner, w side Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Cowman Richard, city bailiff, Welcome al w of Hanover st 
Cowpland Wm. S. firm McLeane & co. dw Pratt st e 6f Bond 
Cox Mrs Letetia, cor Gravel al and Mulberry sts 
Cox Nathaniel, justice of peace, corner Fayette and Eutaw sts. 

dw Madison st w of Howard 
Cox Joseph & Sons, importers of hatters' furs and trimmings, 2 

s Liberty st 
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cox 126 CRA 

Cox James G. firm ditto, d\v s w cor Hanover and Perry sts 

Cox Wm. fish dealer, Biddle st near Ross 

Cox Wm. shoemaker, Pearl st n of Lexington 

Cox John, grocer, cor Orleans and Caroline sta 

Cox Luther J. grain and feed merchant, over cor Calvert st and 

Cheapside, dw e side Paca st s of Saratoga 
Cox, Wm. carter, East st n of Pitt cor Halfmoon al 
Cox Daniel, grocer, 17 n Exeter st 
Cox Elias, shoemaker, cor Gough and Spring sts 
Coy Mrs Helen, Cross st e of William 

Coy & McManus, Am. cement factors, cor Gough & Wash, sts 
Coyle John, engmeer, foot of Hamburg st se of Telegraph 
Coyle Charles, grocer, n w cor Poppleton and Baltimore sts 
Coyle Margaret A. tavern, s e cor Lancaster and Bond sts 
Coyle Peter, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Coyle Peter, baker, West st w of Light 

Coyle Terence P. dentist, basement of cor Charles and Saratoga 
Cozine John H. bricklayer, Madison st w of Canal 
Cozine A. V. morocco manufacturer. Pearl st n of Lexington 
Crabbin Benj. carpenter, Boyd st w of Amity 
Craddock Jos. T. & co. vin. dealers, 48 Light st. dw Hillen st 
Craemer Charles, bailiff, dw n Frederick st near Gay 
Craft George D. victualler, w end Saratoga st 
Craft Elizabeth, butcher, York av n of Madison st 
Craft George, grocer, cor Centre and St Paul sts 
Craft Jacob, firm Lynch & Craft, dw Grant st s of Water, w side 
Craft George, turner, Biddle st near Ross, dw cor Biddle & Ross 
Craft Peter, carpenter, Ross st near Biddle 
Craft Frederick, victualler, cor Ross st and Biddle al 
Crager Peter, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Cragg Wm. baker, n side Gay st w of Aisquiih 
Cragg John, bottler. Monument st w of Forest 
Cragg Mrs Hannah, Gay st near Canal 
Craggs Mrs Frances, milliner, 20 Harrison st 
Craggs Wm. carpenter, Franklin st e of Cove 
Crasfgs Robt. firm Panott & Craggs, dw Caroline st n of Gough 
Craig Horatio E. carpenter, s w cor Howard and Madison sts 
Craig Joseph, engineer, w side Light st 2d door s of Hill 
Craig capt John, Mulberry st w of Jasper 
Craig Dl. H. printer, Orleans st extended 
Craig Thomas, boarding house, Hillen st 2 door? e of Forest 
Craig Robert, firm Reed & Craig, dw e side High st n of Pitt 
Craig Samuel, blacksmith. Green st s of Baltimore 
Crammer George, ropemaker, 10 Lancaster st 
Crampford Samuel, tobacconist, firm Crampford & Biddleton, 

dw Sugar al e of Light st 
Cramret Francis, iron roller, e side Light st s of West 
Crandall John, trader, 14 Camden st 

Crane Mrs B. milliner, Lexington st bet Charles and Liberty sts 
Crane Benj. firm Woods & Crane, printers, d w 20 Lexington st 
Crane Wm. &. co. trunk makers, e side High st s of Low 



CRA 127 CRE 



Crane Wm. & co. hide and leather dealers, cor Lombard st and 
Cheapside, dw Wni. Crane, Exeter st opp Meth. church 
Crane A. Fuller, book keeper, Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Crane Thomas, shoemal^r, Lombard st w of Bond 
Craner Anthony, carpet weaver, cor Gran by and High sts 
Crangle John, fjrocer^ cor Howard & Wayne sts 
Crangle James E. brickmaker, Columbia st w of Cove 
Crany Thomas, drayman, Barre st e of Howard 
Crapen capt Samuel, Orleans st e of Canal 
Graver John S. grocer, cor Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Crawford Patrick, weaver, Raborg st e of Amity 
Crawford Wm. B. bark mill, cor Canal and Gough sts 
Crawford Alexander, 4 Waterloo row, n Calvert st 
Crawford James, porter, w side Frederick st s of Lombard 
Crawford Wm. jr. com. mer't. 6 Commerce st, dw n w cor Cal- 
vert and Pleasant sts 
Crawford B. A. proprietor of bark mill, North st. dw Charles st 

s of Centre 
Crawford James B. tailor, cor Monument and Sterling sis 
Crawford Robert P. bacon dealer. Monument st w of Sterling 
Crawford James, pedlar. Strawberry al n of Pitt st 
Crawford And. coach wheelwright, Lombard st w of Schroeder 
Crawford Wm. wood dealer, Barre st w of Charles 
Crawford Hy. steamboat hand, William st s of Armistead lane 
Crawford Alfred, agent Baltimore and Ohio rail road company, 

dw 118 s Sharp st 
Crawford Richard, printer, e side Canal st s of Baltimore 
Crawford William, goldsmith, 3 Canal st 
Crawley Julia, Spring st e side s of Pratt 
Crav Thomas, cabinet maker, Charles st city spring court 
Cray Mrs Thomas, boarding house, do do do 

Craycroft Sarah, milliner, Fayette st betw Charles and St Paul 
Craycroft Mrs C. fancy store, Pratt st w of Howard 
Creamer J. & Son, lumber mts. cor York and Harford avenues 

and Union dock — see advertisement in front, page 11 
Creamer Joshua, lumber mt- firm ditto, dw Exeter at s of Gay 
Creamer David, firm ditto, dw Monument st corEnsor 
Creamer John, clerk. Monument st w of Aisquith 
Creamer John, carpenter, Aisquith st s of Douglass 
Creamer Jacob, blacksmith, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Creamer Caspar, brickmaker, Montgomery st opp Sharp 
Creamer Frederick, brickmaker, cor Sharp and Hill sts 
Creamer John, tailor, Granby st e of Gough 
Creery Jonathan, 13 Barnet st 
Creery John, 11 Barnet st 

Creighton capt Samuel, n w cor Light st and Sugar al 
Creis J. L. grocer, 117 n Eutaw st 
Creis Peter, grocer, e side Eutaw st n of New 
Cremer Henry, s w cor Howard and Perry sts 
Crew Hanson, alley n of West st e of Charles 
Crew Richard, boarding house, cor Baltimore and Green sts 



CRE 128 CRO 

Crew Elizabeth, Forest st n of Madison 

Crey Frederick, paver, cor Beuren and Madison sts 

Crey Henry, paver, Beuren st near Madison 

Cripps Thomas, 804 Harrison st— up siairs 

Criqui Ferdinand, shoemaker, Liberty si 4 doors s of Lombard, 

dw cor Howard st and Welcome alley 
Crisall John, shoemaker, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Crise J. L. grocer, 117 n Eutaw st. 
Crisp John, Lexington st e of Cove 
Crisp John, watchman, Bond st s of Fleet 
Crist Philip, labourer, Wilk st w of Canal 
Crist Wra. Elisor st s of Madison 
Cristner Joseph, potter, Raborg st w of Poppleton 
Crockard John, stone cutter, Cove st n of Pierce 

Crocken , shoemaker. Chamberlain alley 

Crocker James, tailor, 76 n Exeter st 

Crocker Emanuel, baker, w side High st n of Baltimore 

Crocker N. T. crockery dealer, n side Lomb'd st w of the mark't 

Crockett Nehemiah, shoemaker, Pearl st n of Lexington 

Croft John, Tavern, President st s of Fawn 

Cromer Mary, tailoress, n side German st 4 doors e of Eutaw 

Cromwell Oliver T. coachmaker, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 

Cromwell Levi, gunsmith, 35 Thames st 

Cromwell Jacob G. carpenter, Franklin st e of Cove 

Cromwell Joshua, e side Ann st s of Gough 

Cromwell R. e side Paca st s of Franklin 

Cromwell Edward, shoemaker, Balderston st e of Charles 

Cromwell Debrah, 72 n High st 

Cromwell John, cabinet maker, Conway st e of Eutaw 

Cromwell Garrison, Wayne st w of Sharp 

Cromwell Thomas, cabinet maker, 26 Thames st 

Crone Robert, hair cutter and shaver, Pratt st w of Jones's falls 

Croney John W. shoe store, corner Wilk and Bond sts 

Cronhard H. shoemaker, e side Exeter st s of Low 

Cronhard Henry, shoemaker, SOBond st 

Cronmiller Dr. John, opposite corner Franklin and Pine sts. dw 

intersection George and Biddle sts 
Cronmiller Dr. Wm. Camden st e of Sharp 
Crook Mrs. St Paul st n of Pleasant 
Crook Wm. grocer, 4 n Charles st. dw 32 Front 
CrookG. A. 20 Barnetst 
Crook Walter, jr. upholsterer and paper hanger, 176 Baltimore 

St. dw Fayette st w of Holliday 
Crook Daniel, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Crook Charles, (Crook's factory,) French st nearly opp Potter 
Crook James, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Crook Francis A. firm Sellman & Crook, 50 South st 
Crooks Joshua, carter. Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Crookshanks & Jones, grocers and com mts. 6 Light st wharf 
Crookshanks John, of firm, dw 128 Hanover st 
Cropper Stephen, shoemaker, Sugar alley w of Light st 



CRO 129 CUL 

Crosby Joseph, importer and dealer in fruits, 40 s Charles st. dw 

w side Sharp st 1 door n of Camden 
Cross miss Kesiah, boarding house, Holliday st n ot" Saratoga 
Cross Walter, cooper. North st near Belvidere bridge 
Cross David, s side Low st w of Exeter 
Cross Thomas, coachmaker, Thomsen st w of Aisquith 
Cross John, lumber merchant, corner Wilk st and e Falls av. dw 

74 n High st 
Cross Richard J. lumber mepchant, e side High st n of Pitt 
Cross Samuel B.coachsmilh, s w corner Dover and Howard sts. 

dw Eutavv s of Dover 
Cross Michael, huckster, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Cross T. cashier Com. & Farm. Bank, dw Howard st next bank 
Cross George T, shoemaker, Granby st e of Gough 
Cross mrs Rachel, Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Crothers David, carpenter, Spring st Fountain row 
Crothers James, milkman, Franklin st e of Cove 
Crothers Mary, e side Caroline st n of Gough • 

Crothers John, carpenter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Crothers Andrew, meal seller, corner Orleans and Caroline sts 
Crouch Thomas M. salesman, Pearl st s of Mulberry 
Crouch Enoch, carpenter, Lewis st n of Holland 
Crouch George, mariner, Gough st e of Eden 
Crouch mrs Elizabeth, Salisbury st w of Exeter 
Crouch Mary, e side Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
Crouch D. caulker, w side Light st 5 doors n of L Hughes 
Crough Dennis, grocer, Granby st opposite Gough 
Crow Ezekiel, watchman, s e cor East st and Halfraoon alley 
Crow John, stone cutter, Boyd st w of Schroeder 
Crowder Mrs. nurse, Temple st 4 doors n of Baltimore 
Crowley Patrick, carpet weaver, Potter st n of Douglass 
Crowley John, carpet weaver, w side High st n of Pitt 
Croxall & Browning, man. patent cordage, 69 Bowly's wharf 
Croxall Richard, of firm, dw Franklin st 2 doors w of Charles 
Croyeau Augustin, hair dresser and perfumer, and importer of 

French fancy goods, 149 Baltimore st — see adv. p. 20 
Crozier Win. sailmaker, Gough st e of Eden 
Crozier Ann M. Pratt st w of Bond 
Cruramer E. A. lime store. Monument st e of Aisquith 
Crummer mrs Hannah, Eutaw st n of Cider alley 
Cruse Henry S. tobacconist, Mullikinst w of Strawberry alley 
Cruser Isaac, clerk, Hanover st n of Montgomery 
Cudlipp Benjamin, dyer, 44 Harrison st 
Cugle John, firm Plaskitt & Cugle, dw 92 Hanover st 
Cullen Edward, stone mason. Monument st e of Constitution 
Cullen George, tailor, w side Exeier st n of Low 
Culley Robert, ship carpenter, Montgomery st e of Light 
Culley Langley B. ship carpenter, Montgomery st w of William 
CuUimore John, firm Smith & CulUmore, dw Ana st between 
Fleet and Wolfe 



CUL 130 CUR 

Cullin mrs Mary, cupper and leecher. Bond st s of Lombard 
Cullison Mevult, pilot, 50 Alice Anna st 
Cullum Rev. J. W. Charles st city spring 
Culnan Samuel, comb maker, e side Constitution st n ofFrench 
Culver Mary, seamstress, s side Mercer st 5 doors e of Light 
Culverson mrs Elizabeth, Hampsteadst w of Choptank 
Gumming Robert H. accountant, George st e of Pine 
Cummings Daniel, principal English department High School of 

Baltimore, dvv w side Caroline st n of Gough 
Cummings Wm. gardner, Philadel. road e of Loudenslager's hill 
Cummings Alexander, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Cummings mrs Margaret, e side Eutaw st s of Franklin 
Cummings miss M. A. Park st n of Clay 
Cummings Hannah, boarding house, Sterling st near Mott 
Cummings John, carpenter, Canal st s of Jefferson 
Cummings Mrs. boardmg house, e side Front st 2 doors s of Gay 
Cummings Jane N. teacher in Oliver Hibernian Free School, dw 

• York avenue n of Madison st 
Cummings Samuel, grocer, corner Stiles and President sts . 
Cummins Alex, boat builder, Bond s of Thames, dw 34 Thames 
Cunningham James, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Cunningham mrs Amelia, Union st near Ross 
Cunningham Edward, blacksmith. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Cunningham Jas. grocer, cor Front & Baltimore sts. dw59 Pitt 
Cunningham Jno. bailiff, Esq King's off. dw French near Potter 
Cunningham Mrs. Gay st near Canal 
Cunniogham Wm. C. carpenter, Comet st near Aisquith 
Cunningham Samuel, hackman, Ensor st near Madison 
Cunningham Sarah, dress maker, Exeter st near Low 
Cunningham Wm. A. plaisterer, Exeter st near French 
Cunningham John, hackman. High st near Hillen 
Cunningham James, farmer, Joppa ^ roads w of ropewalk 
Cunningham John, bricklayer, 69 McElderry's wharf 
Cunningham Mortim.er, grocer, 79 McElderry's wharf 
Cunningham Hugh, hackman, s side German st w of Howard 
Cunningham Benjamin, tailor, 21 e Water st 
Cunyngham capt John, 32 Block st 
Curlett Lewis G. turner in general, 10 (Bazaar) Harrison st. dw 

Pitt e of Eden — see advertisement page 4 
Curlett John, jr. firm Smith & Curlett, dw High st s of Low 
Curlett John &. Son, coach and harness manufacturers, North st 

betw Lexington and Saratoga 
Curlett John, of firm, dw High stntar Gay 
Curlett Thomas, painter, French st near Potter 
Curlett mrs Elizabeth, Gay st near Aisquith 
Curlett Maria, huckster. Potter st near Low 
Curley James, blacksmith, Pratt st w of Penn 
Curley James & Son, carpenters, cor Howard and Monument 
Curley Henry, carpenter, cor Howard and Monument sts. and 
" Mulberry st near Cathedral, dw Monument w of Park 



CUR 131 DAH 

Curley James, carpenter, N alley near Park st. d\v 104 Park 

Curley James W. hardware mt. dw Park st n of Madison 

Curran Barney, carpenter, Hill st. dw Cove n of Columbia 

Curran mrs Michael, 69 s Frederick st 

Currax Jamq^ T. finisher of castings, Light st s of Hamburg 

Curren John, s side Ensor st e of Mott 

Curren miss Catharine, mantua maker, 40 w Saratoga st 

Currier Daniel S. wheelwright, under Penn'a hotel, corner Hil- 

len and Forest sts 
Curry John, labourer, French st near Bath 
Curry Samuel P. grocery and I'eed store, cor Gay and Canal sts 
Curry John R. carpenter, e side High st n of Pitt 
Curtain Jerry, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Curtain James, carpenter, Montgomery st e of Hanover 
Curtain Wm. keeper Columbian gardens, e Baltimore st 
Curtin Thomas, carpenter, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Curtin Mary, grocer, German st 3 doors e of Sharp 
Curtin Robert, painter, Strawberry alley s of Pitt st 
Curtin mrs Jane, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
Curtis & Stansbury, grocers, 112 n High st 
Curtis Levi, dw 112 n High st 

Curtis John, cabinet maker, Carpenter's alley w of Eutaw ct 
Curvel John, bricklayer, 245 n Howard st 
Curvel Frances, fish dealer, York av n of Madison st 
Cushing &. Brother, booksellers, 206 Baltimore st 
Cushing Joseph, jr. of firm, d w n side Fayette st e of Liberty 
Cushing John & Co. booksellers, 6 n Howard st 
Cushing J. dw Lombard st w of Paca 
Cushing David, Baltimore st w of Greene 
Cushing Joseph sen. president Baltimd^e Savings Bank, dw 

Pratt st w of Howard 
Cushing George W. firm Livermore & Cushing, dw St Paul st 

s of Franklin 
Cushley Wm. grocer, corner Bond and Harapstead sts 
Custom House, n w cor Gav and Lombard sts — see Appendix 
Cutler J. S. fancy store, 69 Baltimore st 
Cutts mrs Mary, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Cuvk Abraham, agent for different lines of stages, &c. for South 

and West, 42 Fell st. F P 
Czvithovicz Rev. Alexander, pastor St James's Catholic church 

Aisquith st adjoming church -^ 

JL#A CAMARA Joze B. wine and commission merchant, 9 n 

Frederick st. dw 11 do. 
Daferner John, furrier, w side Penn av n of Pearl st 
Daffin Benjamin, cutler in general, I Holliday st 
Dager Henry, tailor. East st near Ensor 
Dagner Samuel, hatter, corner Jefferson and Spring sts 
Dahl Jacob, shoemaker, Ross st extended 
Dahle &, Schwalbe, tailors, 72 centre market space 
Dahle C. of firm, dw 72 centre market space 



DAI 132 DAR 

Daiger Joseph, constable, Canal st n of L McElderry 

Daiger Joseph, blacksmith, Pratt st e ofPaca 

Daiger Frederick, tinner, Pratt st e of Paca 

Dail Daniel, carpenter. Second st near Gay, dw High n of Wilk 

Dailey Patrick, labourer, Hart's alley e of Slemmer alley 

Daily & Arnold, manufacturers of surgical and dental instruments, 
44 s Sharp st 

Daily Wm. F. dw Pearl st 

Dales Samuel, labourer, w end Saratoga st 

Daley John, dry goods mt. 67 w Lexington st 

Daley Elijah, chair maker, 38 Harrison st 

Daley Christopher, shoemaker. Wagon alley e ofEutaw st 

Daley James, cooper. New st w ofEutaw 

Daley Daniel, plaisterer. Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Daley Jacob, Baltimore st at bridge, dw Harrison st 

Daley Jacob, jr. firm Jacob Daley & Son, dw e Bait st e of Eden 

Daley Peter, s e corner York av and Madison st 

Daley Joseph, chair man. 34 Lombard ste of Frederick 

Daley Timothy, farmer, Eutaw st n of Conway 

Dallam John, dw Hamilton st e of Cathedral 

Dallam Thomas J. book keeper Citizens' Bank, dw Beuren st 2 
doors from Madison 

Dalrymple Wm. dry goods mt. dw Franklin st e of St Paul 
Dalrymple Thomas, 2d hand furniture dealer, 27 s Frederick st 
Dalrymple Thomas, carpenter. Potter st near Hillen 
Dalrymple Wm. carpenter, Paca st near Lombard, dw Lombard 

w of Eutav/ 
Dalrymple John, grocer, corner Hill and Sharp sts 
Dameron Wm. shoemaker, Lombard st w of Exeter 
Dammann F. W. im]^. German goods, over 7 s Charles st 
Damme L. A. shoemaker, Fell st near Wolfe 
Damphoux Rev. Dr. Edward, corner Hanover and Barre sts 
Dandurand Alex. "Restaurateur" rear 37 Hanover st and Lom- 
bard e of Hanover 
Daneker Henry, tinner, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Daneker John, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Daneker O. A. brickmaker, Giddings's row, e of Lights of West 
Danels L. D. attorney at law, n side Fayette st e of St Paul 
Danels John D. Albemarle st s ol Granby 
Daniels Walter, firm Denmead & Daniels, dw Howard st near 

Richmond market 
Dannan David, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Dannenberg Frederick, firm Konig & Co. dw 75 w Fayette st 
Danskin Washington A. gentlemen's furnishing store, 113 Bait 
Danugh Daniel, pedlar, 25 Alice Anna st 
Darden Stephen, city bailifl^, 201 Hanover sts of Montgomery 
Dare miss Margaret, cor Hanover st and Welcome alley 
Dare Gideon G. clerk, 124 s Sharp st 
Darling James, Sexton Monument st Meth. Episcopal churcb;, 

dw Sterling st near Mott 
Darling John, bricklayer, e side Canal st n of Silver 



PAR 



133 DAV 



Darragh Ann, grocer, e side Light st s ofHugiies's quay 

Darrock Jeremiah, gardener, w Pratt st ext'd e of the run 

Dash George, labourer, Hamburg st e of Light 

Dashields Mitchell, seaman, Eden st s of Pitt 

Dashields Levin, blacksmith, Gould's court n of Montgomery st 

w of Light 
Dashields James J. shoemaker, e side Eden st n of Gough 
Dashiell Jesse, tailor, w side High st n of Pitt 
Dashiell Mary, corner Alice Anna and Market sts 
Dashiell Dr. Nicholas L. corner Alice Anna and Market sts 
Dashiell Levin F. grocer corner Bank st and Happy alley 
Daugherty Wm. cooper, corner Fawn and High sts 
Daugherty Philip, carpet weaver. East st s of Douglass 
Daugherty Roger, blacksmith, s side fish market bridge 
Daugherty Margaret, huckster, 77 McEIderryV wharf 
Daugherty mrs Catherine, boarding house, 42 n Fredericck st 
Daugherty Plenry, tailor. Monument st e of Eden 
Daugherty Neal, grocer, corner Union alley and Ross st 
Daugherty James, grocer, corner Ross and Eutawsts 
Daugherty Julia, e side Constitution st n of French 
Davaraiix mrs Catherine, lower end Mc Elderry's wharf 
Davenport Joseph, currier, Cheapside, dvv wside High n of Pitt 
David Margaret, feed store, corner Front st and Livery alley 
David Elizabeth, tailoress, e side Tripolet's alley n of Second st 
David Eleonora, milliner, s side Second st e of Gay 
Davids Mrs. chair caner, Forest st s of Orleans 
Davidson Robert, weaver. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Davidson Edward, grocer, corner Pine st and Chestnut alley 
Davidson & Sanders, wholesale dealers i| foreign and domestic 

dry goods, 240 Baltimore st 
Davidson George, potter, corner Jefferson and Spring sts 
Davidson Francis, Jefierson st e of Canal 
Davidson Wm. shoemaker, Monument st w of Spring 
Davidson Thomas, Aiscjulth st n of Monument 
Davidson mrs Sarah, dress maker, Gay st near Exeter 
Davidson Nelson, coachmaker, Paca st n of Pratt, dw German st 
Davidson Isabella B. Fleet st vv of Market fe of Pine 

Davidson Maiy B. 12 Block st 
Davidson James, turner, e Falls avenue s of Pratt st 
Davidson Dr. S. A. 57 s Charles st 
.Davies Jacob G. miller, 81 Bowly's wharf, mills Frederick road 

w of run, dw corner Pleasant and St Paul sts 
Davies Ezekiel, w of Loney's lane, n of e Monument st exten- 
ded, near rope walk 
Davis Geo- S. plaisterer, Fayette st 2 doors w of Crooked lane 
Davis John, ladies' shoemaker, Raborg st e of Cove 
Davis Wm, painter, Saratoga st w of Howard 
Davis Caroline, North st n of Pleasant 
Davis Richard T. 74 n Charles st 
Davis & Ferry, gorcers, s e eorner Howard and Saratoga sts 



DAV 134 BAV 

Davis & Hush, Block and pump makers. Fell st opposite Wolfe 

Davis John, orfirm, dw Lombard st 

Davis Robert, clerk. Mulberry st 1 door wof Paca 

Davis Ttiomas, grocer, dw Franklin st e of Cove 

Davis John, grocer, Franklin st e of Pearl 

Davis John, Hamilton st e of Courtland 

Davis John E. blacksmith, Madison st e of Lerew's alley 

Davis Moses, carpenter, Richmond st e of Lerew's alley 

Davis Wm. carter. Rock st s of Saratoga 

Davis Charles, grocer, corner Cove and Vine sts 

Davis J. W. & R. W. wholesale druggists, 254 Baltimore st 

Davis Wm. H. M. D. and druggist, 130 Baltimore st. dw St Paul 

st at mrs Poulti-iey's 
Davis Frederick, blacksmith, Hillen st. dw cor Orleans & Spring 
Davis James, shoemaker. Canal st n of Orleans 
Davis David, carpenter, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Davis Frederick, smith, Hillen st w of East 
Davis John, shoemaker, e side Eutaw st s of Franklin 
Davis Robert, w side Gay st n of Monument 
Davis Elizabeth, boarding house, Exeter st near Gay 
Davis & McCormick, carpenters. High st n of Baltimore 
Davis James C. of firm, dw Eden st 
Davis John, bookmaker. High st near Gay 
Davis Zachariah, machinist, corner Hollinsand Poppleton sts 
Davis J. W. grocer, corner Hollins and Amity sts 
Davis Wm. B. engineer, Lombard ste of Wandsbeck 
Davis George A. carpenter. Carpenter's alley e of Cove st. dw 

Lombard st w of Penn 
Davis Thomas, cooper, Conway st w of L Greene 
Davis John F. dw Paca st e of Warner 
Davis mrs Hannah, boarding house, Barre st e of Charles 
Davis Charles, carpet weaver, Lee st e of Charles 
Davis Mr. sawyer, York st e of Sharp 
Davis John, ship carpenter, Montgomery st e of Light 
Davis John H. shipwright, corner Fleet and Ann sts 
Davis Joseph, carpenter, Wilk st w of Wolfe 
Davis John, mariner, corner Bank and Bond sts 
Davis Amos, engineer, Stiles st n of Canal 
Davis Elizabeth, boarding house, 76 e Lonbard st 
Davis John, block and pump maker, Lombard st w ot Canal 
Davis Dr. C. S. 29 e Baltimore st 
Davis mrs Mary, Canton near Fleet st 
Davis John, labourer. Canton 
Davis James, labourer, Canton e of Harris's Creek 
Davis John T. Wolfe st n of Gough 
Davis mrs Cary, Star alley near Gough st 
Davis Maria E. corner Market and Fleet sts 
Davis James C. carpenter, Eden st e of Gough 
Davis miss Ann, teacher, IS s High st 

Daris Samuel, gardener, Laudenslager's hill s of Philad'a road 
Davis James, boot maker, Camden st e of Hanover 



DAV 135 DEC 



Davis John, hotel, 77 Pratt st near South 

Davis Wm. M. firm Peabody, Riggs & Co. dvv Conway st e of 

Howard 
Davison Charles, shoemaker, New st w of Eutaw 
Davison Wm. chemist, Henrietta st. dw Montgomery e of Light 
Davy mrs Mary, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Davy Wm. corner W^ilk and Bond sts 
Davy Henry, cabinet maker, 95 Fleet st 
Davy capt Hugh, Wills st n of Philpot 
Daw Wm. shoemaker, Pratt st e of President 
Dawald Jacob, steam boat hand, William st n of Cross 
Dawes Francis, cooper, Fayette st w of Howard 
Dawes Edward B. blacksmith, 28 n Exeter st 
Dawson Wm. surveyor, Fayette st 1 door e of St Paul 
Dawson Richard, grocer, s w corner Front and Hlilen sts 
Dawson Wm. H. wood yard, 165 Hanover st 
Dawson Thomas R. corner Baltimore and Market sts 
Dawson Wm. sen. carpenter, Wolfe st s of Alice Anna 
Dawson Samuel, ship carpenter, 49 Bond st 
Dawson Wm. & Co. merchants, 47 s Gay st 
Dawson Henry W. clerk, 64 Hanover st 
Day Thomas, mariner, w side Argyle alley s of Wilkst 
Day A. R. gen'l agency office, n w cor Frederick and Bait sts 
Day Jacob, tinner, Gay st near East, dw Potter near Gay 
Day mrs Sarah, huckster. West st w of Light 
Day Wm. confectioner, corner Camden and Howard sts 
Dayhuff Andrew, leather inspector, 115 s Sharp st 
Deady Wm. harness maker, Gay st near Aisquith 
Deady John, grocer, corner Orleans and Caroline sts 
Deakins John, cordwainer, Rock st n of Lexington st 
Deal Jacob, corner Saratoga and Schroeder sts 
Deal John, bricklayer, Constitution st near Monument 
Deal Wm. carpenter, Beuren st near Liberty alley 
Deal Mary, Liberty alley s of Falls st 
Deal George, butcher, corner Penn av and Preston st 
Deam Christopher, shoe store, cor Alice Anna st and Argyle al 
Dean Wm. book keeper, Lexington st e ol'Cove 
Dean Thomas, carpenter, cor McClellan and Fayette sts. dw 

Lexington e of Pine 
Dearker Henry, drayman, York st e of Charles 
Deaver Mary Ann, seamstress, French st near Bath 
Deaver Elizabeth, e side Light st n of Cross 
Deaver mrs Caroline J. Lombard st w of Schroeder 
Deaver Stephen, painter, L Greene stn of Conway 
Deaver E. K. firm Lucas & Deaver, dw Greene st n of Lombard 
Debaufre J. boarding house, e side Gay st n of Second 
Debeei; mrs Agnes, 14 Pitt st 

Debering G. shoemaker, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Debow Lemuel, ice dealer, Richmond st e of Tyson 
Debutts mrs Sx)phia, corner Saratoga and St Paul sts 
Deck Anthony, 14 n Liberty st 



DEC 136 DEL 

Decker George^ n side Fayette st e of Howard 

Decker Georcre J.carpenter, Franklin st wof Ciiatsworth 

Decker Francis, tailor^ Front st near Hillen 

Decker L. N. deputy sheriff, Ensor st s of Madison 

Deckhart John, labourer, Lancaster st e of Market 

DeCourcy Henry, blacksmith, w side Happy alley n of Bank st 

Deecker & Gerdes. tobacco exporters, 59 Lombard t of Hanover 

Deegin mrs Ann, Gay st near Mott 

Deekle mrs Catharine, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Deems col Jacob, 73 Pitt st 

Deems Jncob moulder, Columbia st e of Scott 

Deems John, clock dealer, Salisbury st e of Llo^'d 

Deems Adam, watchman, w side Light st 1 door n of Montg'y 

Deets Jacob, carpenter, w side Putter st n of Gay 

Deford Chas. D. & Co. tobacco & gen'l com mts. 63 Smith's wf 

Deford B. & Co. dealers in hides, leather and oil, corner Calvert 

and Lombard sts 
Deford B.dw 89 n Calvert st 

Deford Thomas G. slioemaker. Cove st n of Mulberry 
Degau Thomas, carter, Amity st s of Fayette 
Degenhard Charles St Co. tobacco, snuff and cigar manufacturer. 

Gay st 2 doors n of Saratoga 
Degenhard Charles, tobacconist, 28 Bond st 
Degilvin Sarah, tailoress, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Degoey B." furniture store, Baltimore st e of High 
Degoey Charles, mariner, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Degoey Wm. hatter, 24 centre market space, dvv Bait e of High 
Degrofft Amelia, Poppleion st s of McHenry alley 
De Gruchy John, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 
Dehn Andrew W. carpet weaver, cor Paca st and Carpenter's ai 
DeHoff M. E- Jasper st n of Franklin 
Dehoff Jesse, wheelwright, Jasper st near Lexington 
Deibel Peter, baker, Baltimore si w of Amity 
Deicke Chas. painter of decorations, s e cor Light and Cross sts 
Deikel John, shoemaker, Hamburg st e of Light 
Deil Christian, baker, s side En.sor st w of Forest 
Deiter Charles, boat builder, w side Spring st s of Gough 
Deiter A. trunk maker, Bank st e of Eden 
Deiter miss T. Garden st near Madison 
Deitman Henry, labourer^ Lancaster st e of Market 
Deitzel Michael, cordwainer, cor Wolfe and Fleet sts 
DeLachelle H. professor of French, Paca st s of Carpenter's al 
DeLaCour James P. com mt. Hollins st e of Poppleton 
Delaney R. grucer, Pratt st vv of McHenry alley 
Delaney Jane, 9 Thames st 
Delaney Susan, e side Bond st n of Pratt 
Delano Joseph, ship carpenter. Comet st w of Aisquith 
Delano Joseph, shipwright, Gough st n of Granby 
De la Roche George, civil engineer and surveyor, s w cor Lex- 
ington and North sts. ofl&ce basement 
Delcher John, huckster, 49 Pitt st 



DEL 137 DEN 

Delcher mrs Margaret, huckster, Eden st n of Orleans 

Delcher John^ brewer, Columbia st vv of Emory 

Delevie Solomon, clothing store, 67 Harrison st 

Delfel Frederick, cooper, 215 Bond st 

Dell Wm. bookbinder. Mulberry st e of Pine 

Dell Georofe, bookbinder. Mulberry st 1 door e of Pine 

Dellevire Samuel, tobacconist, Pratt st e of centre market space 

Delly mrs Susanna, Burgundy alley e of Warner st 

Delmas mrs A. A. over 247 Baltimore st 

Delmore James, labourer. Rock st n of Lexington 

Delosle Francis, watchmaker and jeweller, 44 Baltimore st 

Deloughery E. M. D. corner Pitt and Temple sts 

DeMangin Francis A. baker, 268 n Howard st 

DeMangin Chas. bookbinder &, paper ruler, Ross st w of Jasper 

Demar Paul, labourer. Canton e of Harris's Creek 

Demelman James, optician, Lombard st e of Charles 

Dempsey Owen, baker. Perry st w of Charles 

Dempsey Michael C. "New England and Susquehanna House,'* 

23 Pralt st near Dugan's wharf 
Dempster mrs Maria, Cross st w of Johnson 
Dempster mrs M. A. Cross st e of William 
Dempster James, fisher. Cross st e of William 
Demuth John, constable, at Esq Blair's office, dw York avenue 

n of Madison st 
Denboer mrs Mary Ann, Raborgst e of Pine 
Denboer Julia, tailoress, n side Sterling st e of Mott 
Dengle Henry, carpet weaver, corner Granby st & Slemmer'sal 
Denison Marcus, grocer, 31 Baltimore st. dw s Gay st near Bait 
Denison J. plaisterer, Eden st n of Orleans 
Denison, Conain & Co. pat. floor cloth man. w side High st betw 

Lombard and Baltimore — see advertisement page 12 
Denison Edward, of firm, dw Baltimore st w of Cove 
Denmead Isaac, 230 n Howard st 

Denraead & Daniels, proprietors of Monument Foundry, Mon- 
ument st \v of the Bridge 
Denmead Adam, of firm, dw Exeter st n of Pitt 
Denmead Wm. machinist, of firm, dw York av nof Monument st 
Denmead Thomas, machinist, Cove st n of Franklin 
Dennis Mrs. Lexington st w of Park 

Dennis Frederick, ship carpenter, Washington st n of Fleet 
Dennis Wm. cooper, German st. dw Rock st n of Lexington 
Dennis Benjamin M. paper hanger, Rock st n of Lexington 
Dennis James, e side Beuren st n of Monument 
Dennis Frederick, shipwright, Fleet st e of Bond 
Dennis Henry, tailor, 69 McElderry's wharf 
Denniston Jno. H. draper & tailor, Baltimore st 6 doors e of Pine 
Denny William, ship joiner. Fell st near Wolfe, and Patterson st 

near Pratt, dw Market st betw Wilk and Bank 
Denny & Randolph, lumber merchants, cor Thames & Wolfe sts 
Denny Mary, tailoress, w side High st s of French 



.itf 



DEN im Tfm' 

Denny Thomas, seed and agricultural implement store, corner 

Grant and Pratt sts. up stairs, dw High s of Fawn 
Denny P. stone cutter, 131 s Sharp st 
Denny Elizabeth, e side Eden st n of Gou^h 
Dense Thomas, trrocer^ Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Densinger Barnet, n side Einsor st e of East 
Denson James H. Thomsen st \v of Short 
Denson Eliza M. carpet weaver, e side Howard st s of Dover 
Dent Chas. boot St shoemaker, 44 Bait st. dw Holland w of Eden 
Denvin Felix, Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
Depository of Benevolent Societies, cor Calvert st & Lovely lane 
Depot Balf. and Susq. R. road, n end North st 
Depot Phil. Wilm. and Bait. R. Road Co. corner President and 

Fleet sts. A Crawford agent 
Depot Bait, and Ohio and Bait, and Wash. R. Road Co. Pratt 

st w of Light, Wm. S. Woodside, agent 
Depra Aguste, tavern, corner Thames and Ann sts 
Deppish J. turner, corner Richmond and Cathedral sts 
Deppish Edward, ceder cooper, Mott st near Sterling 
Deppish Barbary, Lefferman's alley, French st near Centre 
Deppish Henry, cooper, Lefferman's alley, French st near Centre 
Derburrier, Christian, labourer, Henry st n of Hughes 
Derraer John, blacksmith, Cove st n of Sarah Ann 
DeRonceray Charles, professor of music, 94 s High st 
Derr Wm. carpenter, HoUins st e of Amity 
Derrick miss E. F. French and fancy milliner, 37 Baltimore st 
Deshahay Mr. tailor. Park st s of Lexington 
Deshanar Aaron, tailor, 90 Bond st 
Deshields James J. shoemaker, e side Eden st n of Gough 
Despada Charles, agricult. store, plough and eastings manu'y, 1 

Grant and Ellicott sts. dw Stiles w of Gough 
Despeaux mrs Ann J. Philpot st e of Wills 
Despeaux Anthony, shipwright, Philpot st e of Wills 
Despeaux .xiirs Eliza, female seminary, 4 Ann st 
Desvarroux James, 71 n Exeter st 

Detering Gerhardt, coachmaker, German st 2 doors w of Liberty 
Devalin Hugh, blacksmith in general, 88 Harrison st. dw e side 

Front st n of Pitt 
Devalin Mary, Pierce st e of Cove 

Deverough Augustus, blacksmith, Monument st w of Caroline 
Devier Wm. carpenter, York avenue about moving to corner 

Pitt and Caroline sts 
Devier Sarah, seamstress, e side Potter st n of Gay 
©evies mrs M. A. Cross st w of William 
Deville F. wig maker, &c. w side South st near Baltimore 
Devine Frank, labourer, & side Fish market near falls 
Deviney Jane^ seamstress, Fleet st n of Madison 
Devit James, carter, w side Front st n of Hillen 
Devix Peter, Lexington ste of Rock 

Devouge A, ornamental hair and fancy store, 99 Baltimore st 
Devries Wm. firm Gosnell & Devries, cor Raborg and Pine sts 



DEW 139 DIF 

Dew Jane, Lombard st e of Exeter 

Dewick S. D. venitian blind maker, 30 Harrison st 

Dewoir Benjamin, clothier, 1 1 Harrison st. dw Harrison near Gay 

Dexter L. W. baker, 39 vv Lexington st e of Howard 

Dexter Beia, Fell st s of Thames 

Dey Samuel F. watchman, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

De Young Mary, washer, French st nearly opposite East 

Deyoungh Joseph P. 2d hand dealer. Potter st n of Douglass 

Dhorword John, cordwainer, Lancaster st w of Bond 

Dice John, w side Grant st n of Lombard ^' 

Dichm Philip, shoemaker, Jasper st near Lexington • 

Dickel George H. tailor, Light st wharfs of Barre st. dw Light 

st s of Hamburg 
Dickerson George, corner Baltimore and Spring sts 
Dickerson Peter, carpenter, corner Baltimore and Pine sts. dw 

Pearl st n of Raborg 
Dickey Geo. S. firm Willey Si Dickey, Conway stw of Hanover 
Dickey Patrick, manufacturer, Saratoga st e of Poppleton 
Dickey major M. S. Aisquith st n of Madison 
Dickinson John, carpenter, Lexington st e of Cove 
Dickinson A. C. real estate and intelligence office, 23 Second st 
Dickinson Joshua, grocer> oorner Lee and Charles sts 
Dickinson col VVm. U. S. appraiser, public store, s Gay st. dw 
• Barnum's city hotel 

Dickinson Elisha, shoemaker. Cross st w of Johnson 
Dickinson D. carpenter. Perry st w of Eutaw 
Dickinson & Brothers, lumber mts. cor Fleet and Exeter sts 
Dickinson Peter, dw Pratt st e of Gough 

Dickie G. H. tailor. Light st wharf, dw 4 doors s of Hamburg st 
Dicks Wm. labourer, Wolfe st n of^ Alice Anna 
Dickson miss Agnes, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Dickson Wm. soap and candle vender, Biddle al near Ross st 
Dickson Jane, tailoress, w side Market alley n of Saratoga st 
Dickson Wm. soap boiler, York av n of Monument st 
Dickson James, fancy store, Market st s of Alice Anna 
Dicky M. S. lottery "^office. Light st. 2d door n of Fountain Inn 
Didenberger Jacob, Union st near Ross 
Didier Julia A. J-.om.bard st w of Lloyd 
Didier E. s e corner Calvert and Lexington sts 
Didier Henry, firm Rodewald & Didier, dw n e corner Charles 

and Pleasant sts 
Diedrich George, labourer, William st s of West 
Diering Henry Lewis, tavern, w side Patterson st near Pratt 
Dieter J. & V. paper hangers and Venitian blind makers, n e cor 

Sharp and German sts. dw Garden st near Madison 
Dieterich Adam, boot & shoe maker, cor Paca st and Market al 
Dieterly Christopher, confectioner, 62 n Gay st 
Dieterly Charles, carter, York av n of Madison st 
Dietrich Henry, shoemaker, w side Paca st n of Fayette 
Diffendall mrs Catharine, Constitution st near French 
Diffenderffer Charles, grocer, 11 Bait, st dw cor Bait. & Temple 



DIF 140 DIT 

Diffenderffer John, hardware mt. s e cor Frederick and Bait, sts 
Diffenderffer H. & Co. dry goods mts. 43 Baltimore st 
Diffenderffer C. R. firm Boyer & Diffenderffer, dw Pitt e of East 
Diffenderffer George, carpenter, s side Hillen st e of Front 
Diffenderffer Richard, vv side Front st s of Hillen 
Diffenderffer mrs John, n side Baltimore st w of High 
Diffenderffer Dr. Michael, corner High and Plowman sts 
Diffy Owen, machinist, 16 Mulberry court, e of Rock st and s of 

Saratoga 
Difley John, grocer, cor Pitt st and Strawberry alley 
Diganard C. hat store, Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Diggs John R. variety store, 15 Baltimore st [e of Wills 

Diggs Richard H. ship joiner, Philpot st w of Wills, dw Philpot 
Diggs Henry, lumber measurer, Gough st e of Eden 
Diggs Charlotte, boarding house, e side Front st n of Pitt 
Diggs Beverly, lieut. in rev. ser. dw 57 s High st 
Diggs James, shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 
Dilahay James, shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Howard 
Dill Ezra, carpenter, Lexington st e of Potter 
Dill Thomas, tailor, Orleans st e of Eden 
Dillahunt Wm. cabinet maker, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Dillaway Thomas, teacher, Ross st«e of Paca 
Dillehay Thomas, ship joiner, Gough stw of Wolfe 
Dillehunt John J. labourer, Yorkste of Charles ^ 

Dilley Jarrett, blacksmith, Lee st e of Charles 
Dillon Mary, Clay st e of Howard 

Dillon David, engineer, McHenry alley w of Poppleton st 
Dillow Wm. tinner, cor Constitution and Falls sts 
Dimer Powles, cabinet maker, Hillen st w of East 
Dimmit mrs Car. seamstress, Armistead lane w of William st 
Dimond James, cooper, corner Ann and Bank sts 
Dinsmore Patrick, Mulberry st e of Howard 
Dinsmore &. Kyle, merchants, 2 Pratt st wharf 
Dinsmore mrs Charlotte, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Dinsmore Samuel, Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Dinsmore Mary, e side Eutaw st near Monument 
Dinsmore Thomas, bricklayer, cor Stiles st and Slemmer alley 
Dirrenberger G. porter house, n side Gay st e of High 
Disney Wm. A. painter, 267 n Howard st 
Disney John W. comb maker, Ensor st s of Madison 
Disney John, painter and glazier, e side Howard st n of Camden 
Disney John, firm Disney & Keys, Conway.st w of L Greene 
Disney mrs Mary, Conway st e of Eutaw 
Disney Wesley, comb maker, Barre near Sharp, dw ISO s Sharp 
Disney Wm. H. carter, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Disney James, warden of Bait, city and co. Jail, dw at do. 
Dispensary Bait. General, for relief of indigent sick, corner Fay- 
ette and Liberty sts- John Furlong, apothecary 
Dispensary Bait. Eastern, corner Baltimore and Canal sts. D. 

Downs, M. D. apothecary and resident physician 
Dittemore Henry, engineer, Hollins stw of Schroeder 



DIT 141 DOL 



Dittermrs Caroline, Maiden lane wof Aisquith st 

Dittman Joiin H. baker, 82 McElderry's wharf 

Dittrell George, tinner, Paca st. dvv Pine n of Franklin 

Diven Elias R. Raborg st e of Cove 

Diven Edward R. carpenter, Hollins st e of Poppleton 

Diven John, Amity st s of Lombard 

Divers Everhart, tailor. Fell st s of Thames 

Divers John F. tailor. Fell st s of Thames 

D>ier Wm. carpenter, about removing from York avenue to cor 

Pitt and Caroline sts 
Divin David, tobacconist, Pratt st. dw George st w of Penn av 
Divine Michael, boot and shoemaker, 195 Holliday st 
Dixon Augustus, bricklayer, Fayette st w of Poppleton 
Dixon John, labourer, Beuren st 1 door from Madison 
Dixon James, carpenter, 85 w Pratt st. dw Fayette w of Cove 
Dixon & Hopkins, carpenters, cor Eutaw st and Carpenter's al 
Dixon Robt. of firm, dw Paca st near Cove 
Dixon Elizabeth, tailoress, Fleet st w of Market 
Dixon Mary, seamstress, w side Hanover st 3 doors s of Perry '' 
Dobaker Wm. stables, Paca st s of Pratt, dw Dover near Sharp 
Dobbin Geo. VV. & Wm. A. Talbot, attorneys at law, St Paul st 

s of Saratoga 
Dobbin, Murphy & Bose, pub'rs of the "^American" 2 s Gay st 
Dobbin Robt. A. of firm, and resident commissioner for acknow- 
iedgmient of deeds, inst. under seal and depositions for 
State of Delaware, 2 s Gay st, dw e Bait, w of Exeter 
Dobbin John, shoemaker, Wayne st e of Howard 
Dobbins Wm. corpenter, York st e of Hanover 
Doberer John, grocerer, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Dobler George, 62 Harrison st 
Dobler F. & T. druggists, Franklin st w of Howard, dw French 

st 1 door from Forest 
Dobler Mary, n side French st w of Forest 
Dobson John, painter, 59 s High st 
Dockety John, glass cutter, 70 n Exeter st 
Docwra mrs Francis, cor Albemarle and Stiles sts 
Dode Peter, clothing store, 28 e Pratt st 

Dodge Geo. R. paint and oil store, 26 Bait. sf. dw 24 Holliday 
Dodson Samuel, carpenter, cor Howard and Wayne sts 
Dofi George, huckster, Baltimore st w of Spring 
Doged W. C. painter, Exeter st near Pitt, d w Mulliken e of Eden 
Doged Martin, carter, Aisquith st s of McElderry 
Dohm Franklin, carpenter, 39 Fayette st w of Howard 
Doize Henry, hardware merchant, e side Light st s of Lombard, 

dw George st e of Pine 
Dolan Rev. James, pastor of St Patrick's church, corner Mar- 
ket and Bank sts 
Siolan mrs B. s side Gay st 2 doors e of the bridge 
olan mrs Bridget, trimmings store, 3 e Bait. st. dw 40 Front ' 
Dolan Thujnas, grocer, Bath st w of Holliday 
Dolan John, grocer, Harford av near ropewalk 



DOL 142 DOR 

Dolen Thomas, Front st n of Gay, about moving to near corner 

HoUiday and Bath sts 
Dolphin Francis, butcher. Mulberry st 4 doors e of Pine 
Donadieu Peter, shoe store, 15 e Baltimore st 
Donagan Edward, grocer, cor Alice Anna st and Happy alley 
Donahoe & Marshall, Liberty Hall, Market st n of Lancaster 
Donahue Thomas, ship joiner, Donnell's wharfj dw corner Bank 

and Market sts 
Donaldson Dr. 18 Lexington st w of Charles 
Donaldson S. G. dw 28 St Paul st 
Donaldson J. L dw Franklin st 2 doors w of 
Donaldson Wm. weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsvvorth 
Donaldson Sidner S. carpenter, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Donaldson mrs Mary, Aisquith st s ol" Douglass 
Donaldson Sarah Ann, fish dealer, York av n of Madison st 
Donaldson Aaron, fisher, w Falls av s of Lombard st 
Done Misses, boarding house, e side Hanover st n of church 
Donnell Mrs. milliner, Eutaw st opposite Clay 
Donnell John & Sons, merchants, over 48 Lombard st opposite 

Custom house, dw Baltimore ste of Gilmer 
Donnell John W. Frederick road near Baltimore st 
Donnell James J. mariner, Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Donnelly J. O; dw n side Fayette st w of Paca 
Donnelly misses Rosanna & Mary, corset makers, 70i Lexington 

St. betw Eutaw and Howard 
Donnelly Daniel, bricklayer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Donnelly Owen, grocer, cor Bath and Davis sts 
Donnelly John, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Donnelly James, s side French st e of Bath 
Donnelly Elizabeth, laundress, Sterrett's town, n e corner Ster- 
ling and Monument sts 
Donnelly James, 13 Caroline st s of Wilk 
Donnelly Hugh, labourer, w side High st s of French 
Donnelly James, labourer, Salisbury st near Canal 
Donney mrs Rebecca, Strawberry alley n of Hampstead st 
Donnolly James, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Donohue John, grocer, cor Holliday and Pleasant sts 
Donohue James, ship joiner, s end Fell st. dw s e corner Bank 

and Market sts 
Donohue John, grocer, cor Orleans and Lewis sts 
Donohue Richard, tailor, Aisquith st n of Jackson 
Donovan Richard, dw n side Faj/ettest e of Greene 
Donovan James A. grocer, cor Douglass and Forest sts 
Donovan Joseph S. e side Light st 4 doors s of Montgomery 
Doolittle S. H. trader. Strawberry alley s of Jefferson st 
Dorbaker Adam, butcher, Cove st n of Columbia 
Dorbaker Wm. stables, Paca st s of Pratt, dw Dover w of Sharp 
Dorenberg J. D. shoemaker, Cider al w of Howard st ^ 

Dorhrnan Herman, grocer, corner Wilk and Caroline sta 
Doridy Thomas, printer, Pitt st w of Eden 
DormanrThomas, shoe manufacturer, 12 Baltimore st 



DOR 143 DOU 

Dorman Matthias, tailor, w side Paca st n of Lexington 

Dorman Hezekiah, sea captain^ Lee st e of Sharp 

Dorman Wm. hatter, 78 Alice Anna st 

Dorman Jane J. tavern, cor Pratt st and e Falls avenue 

Dorney T. importer and distiller of liquors, Franklin st e of Paca 

Dorney B. grocer, Franklin st e of Paca 

Dorney John T. carpenter, L Hampstead st vv of Strawberry al 

Dorrit James, ship carpenter, Lancaster \v of Wolfe 

Dorritee, M. painter, Hiorh st n ol" Baltimore st. dvv Pitt st ' 

Dorrity Mrs Margaret^ Pitt st vv of Caroline 

Dorrity Thomas, bricklayer, 4 Caroline st n of Gough, w side 

Dorry Edward G. 25 Thames st 

Dorry capt Ferdinand H. Ann st n of Fleet 

Dorsey James B. grocer, Lexington st e of Green 

Dorsey Jas. S, firm Middleton & Dorsey, dw Eden st s of Pratt 

Dorsey Richard, Saratoga st e of Liberty 

Dorsey Jacob, carpenter, Hart's al near E Falls av 

Dorsey Mrs E. H. n Calvert cor Saratoga st 

Dorsey Mrs. over 12 South st. boarding house 

Dorsey Wm. carpenter, Biddle st near Penn av 

Dorsey Dathan, s side Lovely lane near Calvert st 

Dorsey John, weaver, Richmond st e of Tyson 

Dorsey & co. lime and feed store, 22 Light st wharf 

Dorsey Michael, firm ditto, dw 12 Hill st 

Dorsey Mrs Comfort, Courtland st n of Pleasant 

Dorsey Mrs S. seamstress. Mulberry st e of Rock s of Saratoga 

Dorsey Jos. S. firm Middleton & Dorsey, dw Eden near Pratt 

Dorsey Si Nelson, dry goods merchants, 13 Baltimore st 

Dorsey Joshua, broker, basement exchange buildings, s Gay si 

dvv over 114 Baltim.ore st 
Dorsey Henry, cabinet maker, 18 Park st 
Dorsey Dalhan, dairyman, Jefferson st e of Eden 
Dorsey R. H. shoemaker, French st betw East and Forest 
Dorsey Lorenzo, book keeper. Com. and Farmers' Bank, dw 

w side Paca st n of Mulberry 
Dorsey Wm. L. F. clerk in P. O. e side High st s of French 
Dersey Lucinda, washer, n side Addison st vv of High 
Dorsey Nich's. tobacco inspector, warehouse No. 3, dw Charles 

st betw Barre and Lee sts 
Dorsey Thomas, constable, Paca st s of Elbow lane 
Dorsey Michael, labourer, L Hughes st w of Light 
Dorsey Ezekiel, ship chandler and grocer, cor T^rames and Bond 
Dorsey Wm. engineer, vv side Bond st s of Fleet 
Doubleday James, machinist, McHenry al w of Poppleton st 
Doubleday Mrs Charlotte, do do 

Doughaday Richard, stone cutter, Eutavv st n of Lombard 
Dougherty Mrs, boarding house, Fayette st betw Calvert and 

St Paul sts 
Dougherty Daniel, 161 Holliday st 
Dougherty Julia, e side Constitution st near French 
Dougherty Mary, seamstress, e side Liberty al s of Falls st ^j, 



DOU 144 DOY 

Dougherty Constantine, pedlar^ w side Exeter st ii of Pitt 
Dougherty John, machinist, vv side Exeter st n of Hillen 
Dougherty Elizabeth, o;roce:vLancaster st e of Market 
Dougherty Hucrh, carpenter, Lancaster st w of Ann, dw Ann st 

° sofWilk 
Dougherty Thomas, grocer, cor Baltimore and Spring sts 
Dougherty M» tavern, Market st s of Thames, w side county whf 
Douglass Mrs R. H. Saratoga st bet Sharp and Charles 
Douglass Wm. shoemaker, 73 w Pratt st 
Douglass James B. cooper, alley s of Biddle st near Ross 
Douglass David, cooper, e side Constitution st s of Monument, 

dvv opposite 
Douglass Dr A. B. corner Hanover and German sts. dvv w- side 

Caroline si s of Bank 
Douling Ellen, Strawberry al w side n of Alice Anna st 
Dousch John, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Dove Benjamin, Paca st w of Warner 
Dover C. shoemaker, Hanover st n of Henrietta 
Dovrit James, ship carpenter, Lancaster st w of Wolfe 
Doweil Nathl. shoemaker, Hillen st near Monument 
Dowell John, dry goods mt, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Dowling Mary, variety store, 12 Md Arcade 
Dowling Hugh & Son, agricultural lime repository, corner Ma« 

dison and Britain sts 
Dowling John, conductor on Phil and Wil R Rd. dw Lombard 

st n side, w of Albemarle 
Dowling John, carpenter, w side Ann st s of Fleet 
Downey John, carpenter, 48a n Gay st. dw 170 n Paca st 
Downey Mary, Chesnutal w of Pearl st 
Downey AVm. B, Ross st opposite Paca 
Downey Edmund, house carpenter, Orleans st e of Short 
Downing George, dw Fayette st n side betw Pine and Cove sts 
Downing Mrs M. Cove st n of Fayette 
Downino; Nathaniel, lime mt. dw Mulberry st w of Paca st 
Downs Wm. bricklayer, Franklin st w of Cove 
Downs Mrs Sarah, tailoress, Franklin st w of Cove 
Downs Mrs Polly, huckster, cor New and Jaspar sts 
Downs James, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Downs Mrs Margaret, huckster, Canal st n of Silver 
Downs Dr. Dion, apothecary and resident physician of E. Bal- 
timore dispensary, cor Baltimore and Canal sts 
Downs Rebecca, Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Downs Jonathan, shoemaker, e side Light st s of Hamburg st 
Dowson Mrs A. A. teacher, Pitt st vv of Temple 
Doxey Josiah, pilot, Ann st s of Bank 
Doyher Peter, potter, Amity st s of Baltimore 
Doyle Catharine, George st e of Pine 
Doyle Patrick, tavern, n side Fish market space 
Doyle Frederick, labourer. Cross st e of William 
Doyle John, boot and shoe maker, s side Ex. place, dw e Lom- 
bard st e of Bond 



DOY 145 DUE 



Doyle Bernard, lottery office, Pratt st. dw 187 Sharp st 

Doyle Patrick, labourer. Fleet st e of Washington 

Doyle Jesse, shoemaker, 6 e Pratt st 

Doyle John, shoemaker, Lombard st e of Bond, shop s side 

Lombard e of South st. Exchantre place 
Doyle Mrs Mary, Ann st w side n of Gough 
Doyle Peter, grocer, se cor Charles and Lombard sts 
Doyle M. lot. broker, 24 w Pratt st. dw Camden st w of Charles 
Drabing Charles, ropemaker, e side Light st s of West 
Drager Wm. grocer, 320 n Howard st 
Drake Wm. grocer, cor William and Cross sts 
Drakely Sc Fenton, grocers, forwarding and com. mts. 282 Bal- 
timore st 
Drane John, gardener, cor L Hampstead st and Strawberry al 
Draper Dr Alexander, botanic physician, 264 n Howard st 
Draper Alexander, jr. M. D. 264 n Howard st 
Draugisser George, tailor, Wayne st w of Sharp 
Drees Bernard, shoemaker, Liberty st 1 door s of Saratoga 
Drew Mrs Mary H, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Drewing Charles, mattress maker, e sid^ Bond st n of Wilk 
Dreyer Ernst, fresco painter, cor Ross and Biddle sts 
Drohan Thomas, shoemaker,[_ Centre st e of Howard 
Drosie John H. blacksmith, cor Hanover and HilJ sts. d'.v Hill 

st w of Hanover 
Druler Wm. risrorer, Thames st w of Wolfe 
Drirni John, grocer, cor Fleet and Wolfe sis 

Drummond Levin J. watchmaker and jeweller, No. 21 Pratt st 

near Market space 
Drummond Charles G. Canal st n of Orleans 

Druss John, ftsher, Amity st n of Lexington 

Dryden Isaac, painter and glazier, 4 n Gay st 

Dryden Joshua, merchant taik)r, 80 n Liberty st 

Dryden Samuel, boot maker, il s Liberty st 

Dryden Ann, Wagon al w of Howard st 

Dryden & Brother, dry goods mts. 25 Baltimore st 

Dryden Robert H. shoemaker, Sterling st near Monument 

Dryden John H. piano maker, 19 n Exeter st 

Dryden Charles, hatter, Pratt st. dw Hill st w of Hanover 

Dubernard John Adreon, High st s ol'Granby 

Dubois Edmund C. firm Duff & Dubois, dw Pratt st near Exeter 

Dubree John, hackman, rear of 15 Harrison st 

Ducatel J. T. Franklin st w of Eutaw 

Ducatel H. G. tobacco and segar store, 40 Baltimore st. dw over 
247 Baltimore st 

Dudley Mrs. w side Light st s of West 

Dueip Peter, blacksmith, Thames st 

Duer John, jr. &; Co. importer of hardware, 229 Baltimore st. 
dw J. Duer, jr. cor Sharp and Barre sts 

Duer Edward N. firm Murdock & Co. dw w side Sharp st 7 
doors s of German 

Duering D. T. oil man, St Mary's st e of Penn av 
M 



DUF 146 DUM 

Dujff Peter, labourer, Lerew's al n of Madison st 
Duff Valentine, blacksmith, Monument st e of Britton 
Duff & Dubois, ship chandlers and grocers, 43 Thames st 
Duff Henry, firm ditto, d\v Pratt st near Exeter 
Duff James, engineer, Wiik st e of Bond 
Duff William, engineer, Boston st. Canton 
Duffy Peter, carter, Union st near Ross 
Duffy Rachel, Water st 1 door w of Calvert 
Duffy Hugh, cor L McElderry and Aisquith sts 
Duffy James, 110 Dugan's wharf 

Dugan Frederick, n side Exchapge place, next Exchange hotel 
Dugan J. J. d\v n w cor St Paul and Mulberry sts 
Dugan Mrs F. butter dealer, s side French st e of Bath 
Dugan Louisa, tailoress, 7 Mercer st 
Dugent Francis, upholsterer, e side Mottst s of of Sterling 
Duhamel James, importer German goods, 178 Paca st 
Duhurst G. L. & Co. druggists, s w cor Market space and Du- 
gan's wharf, dw Gay st near shot tower 
Duhurst Mrs Mary, n Gay st s of shot tower 
Duhurst Benjamin, grocer, cor Howard and Madison sts 
Duke Js. grocer, intersection Gay and Madison sts 
Dukehart John, Fayette st betw Holliday and Calvert sts 
Dukehart «fc Balderston, feed and grain merchants, Frederick st 

w side n of Pratt, dw Edw. Balderston Hanover st 
Dukehart Robert W. Holliday st n ol' Saratoga 
Dukehart Wm. rivetted hose maker, 3 Balderston st. dw e side 

High st s of French 
Dukehart Henry, proprietor of Exchange stables. North st s of 

Saratoyra 
Dukehart &> Co. variety store, lOH Baltimore st 
Dukehart V. firm ditto, dw do do 

Dukehart Joseph^, firm ditto, dw Aisquith st near Monument 
Dukehart capt Thomas, cor Pittst and Maiden lane 
Dukehart E. W. dw 154 Hanover st 
Dukehart Henry, butcher, 97 Bond st 
Dukehart John, carter, Eden st s of Bank 
Dukehart Adam, labourer, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Dukes James, watchman, over 8 n Frederick st 
Dulany G. L. attorney at law, St Paul st n of Church lane^ dw 

Coarlland st n of Mulberry 
Dulany Wm. mt. tailor, 44 n Howard st. dw Pine st n of Frank. 
Dulany Wm. carpenter, Ross st w of Jasper 
Dulany capt Wm. U. S. N., com. marine rendezvous, Frederick 

st n of Lombard, dw i^isquith st 
Dulaney Hannah, President st s of Stiles 
Dulin Dr A. n w cor Fayette and Charles sts 
Dulin Thomas, blacksmith, Montgomery st w of Charles st 
Dull &. Beacham, blacksmiths, s end McElderry's wharf, dw J. 

Dull Pratt st 2d door from Gay 
Dullen John, tailor, s side French st e of Bath 
Dumbleton J. A. 26 n Gay st 



DUN 147 DUN 



Dunan G. vv side Green st n of Mulberry 

Dunan E. fancy store, 9 e Baltimore st. dw Pitt st e of Exeter 

Dunbar George T. boardinij house, s side Lombard st 2 doors e 

of Sharp st corner of Cypress alley 
Dunbar Dr J. R. W. cor Hanover and Lombard sts. dw Lom- 
bard st e of Hanover 
Duncan Elizabeth, Happy al e side n of Lancaster 
Duncan Rev John M. pastor of Reformed Presbyterian church, 

dw Calvert, st n of Lexington 
Duncan Joseph, boot and shoe maker, 5 South st 
Duncan Mrs Mary, Monument ^t e of Charles 
Duncan H. W. grocer and tea dealer, n w cor Howard and Lex. 
Duncan James, grocer, cor Pine and Saratoga sts 
Duncan Mrs Mary, Mullikin st e of Eden 
Duncan Christopher, Hillen st near Monument 
Duncan Levin H. ship builder, se cor Thames and Wolf sts. 

dw in the country 
Duncan Ann, tailoress, Bank st e of Market 
Duncan S, cooper, Commerce st. dw Stiles st w of Exeter 
Duncan James, huxter, Concord st betw Lombard and Pratt 
Dundore Henry, boot maker, w side Bond st n of Bank 
Dunnettle Bernard, Eutaw st s of Barre 
Dungan Francis D. firm Watkins, Dungan & Rust, dw Fayette 

st w of Pine 
Dungan Jesse, machinist, Hollins st w of the market 
Dungan W. boot and shoe maker, 72 w Lexington st 
Dungan J- tailor, 116 n Calvert st 
Dungan Wm. constable, 114 n Calvert st 
Dungan vStevenson, cooper and keeper of scows, Pratt st opp 

Patterson st. dw Stiles st w of Exeter 
Dunham Thornton C. firm Hambleton &. Dunham, dw Eutaw 

st s of Lombard 
Dunham Jacob, Star al s of Wilk st 
Dunham Alva, coach painter, Pitt st e of Eden e 

Dunham James, mariner. Pratt st w of Bond 
Dunigan Wm. carter, 23 Fell st 

Dunigan Patrick, grocer, cor Fleet st and Star alley i 

Dunkel Mrs Catharine, cor High and Baltimore sts 
Dunkerley Richard, alley s of Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Dunlap John, tavern, Pratt st w of McHenry alley 
Dunlap John, clerk Rail road depot, Hollins st e of Poppleton 
Dunlap Wm. type founder, w side Potter st s of French 
Dunlevy Thomas C. livery stables. Swan st. dw 14 Albemarle 

st s of Plowman 
Dunn M. machinist, rear of Saratoga st w of Cove, Collin's court 
Dunn Sarah, cane weaver, w side Spring st n of Bank 
Dunn James, cabinet maker, rear of 58 n Gay st 
Dunn John, Holliday st n of Bath 
Dunn Catharine, boarding house, over 23 Lombard st 
Dunn John, butcher, cor Pine and Franklin sis 
Dunn Ale^Eajider, rope maker, Liberty al s of Monument st 



DUN J 48 DUT 

Dunn Wm. drayman, Liberty al s of Monument st 

Dunn &- Kenny, wheelwrights, vv side High st s of French 

Dunn Michael, wheelwright, 50 n High st 

Dunn Edward, carter, Columbia st w of Scott 

Dunn Francis, huckster, Conway st e of Warner 

Dunn Washington, huckster. Welcome al e of Charles st 

Dunn Mrs Susan, Welcome al e of Charles st 

Dunn James, 92 s Sharp st 

Dunn John, labourer, Apple al e side n of Lancaster st v 

Dunn C. & Co. clothing store, 44 Market space 

Dunns C. dress maker, Charles street City Spring court 

Dunneford Martin, shoemaker, e side Spring st n of Gougb 

Dunning & Thompson, drapers and tailors, 47 n Gay st 

Dunning Geroge, Penn'a Hotel, corner Forest and Hillen sts 

Dunning Samuel, butcher, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 

Dunnett David, clerk, Columbia st opposite Greene 

Dunnington Elizabeth W. milliner, Hanover si n of the Market 

Dunnington W. A. & Co. proprietors of Plaister mill, Hughes st 

Dunnington Francis, dw Charles st n of Lee [at basin 

Dunsford Peter, grocer, corner Charles and Henrietta sts 

DuPree Margaret, e side Greene st n of Raborg 

Durand John, rope maker, Harford avenue near rope walk 

Durburow John, Howard st near Centre 

Durburovv Hammond, dry goods mt. 51 n Howard st. dw ISOdo 

Durchhauson F. C. dry goods merchant, 49J n Howard st 

Durding W. H. tavern, Wilk st e of Caroline 

Durding John T- Pratt st e of Gough 

Durham Wm. tailor, Jasper st near Lexington 

Durham Lloyd, grocer, corner Eutaw and Camden sts 

During D. T. oil dealer, St Mary's st e of Paca 

During John, ladies' shoemaker, St Mary's st e of Penn avenue 

Durity Nathaniel, shoemaker, w Falls avenue s of Lombard st 

Durkee Purl, cabinet maker, Pitt ste of Aisquith 

Durkee Dr. 59 Gay st n of Saratoga 

Durlin Edward, oyster house, 23 Caroline st 

Durocher A. H. professor of dancing. Law buildings, Lexingloa 

st w of St Paul 
Durring Martha, milliner, e side East st n of Douglass 
Durst mrs Frances, 175 Hanover st corner York 
Dusenbury capt Samuel, s e corner Liberty and Fayette sts 
Dush Michael, labourer, Montgomery st vv of Light 
Dushane Nathan, carpenter, Charles st s of Centre 
Dushane John, jr. carpenter, Franklin st 1 door vv of Chatsworth 
Dushane John, carpenter, n w corner Sharp and Lombard sts, 

dw w side Sharp st 1 door n of Perry 
Dushane Valentine, carpenter, Greene st w of Lombard, dw 

Franklin st w of Pearl 
Dushane Cornelius, bricklayer, corner Conway and L Greene sts 
Duster John, labourer, 45 Thames st 

Dutch Wm. firm Merrill, Hotchkiss & Co. dw Park s of Madisojji 
Dutch Wm. dw Lexington st e of Pi'ne 



BUT 149 EAR 

Dutch F. s w corner Light and Hamburg sts 

Dutro & Bavenger, tinners, corner Green and Franklin sts 

Dutro George, olfirm, dvv Pine st near Franklin 

Button Robert, cabinet maker. Bond st s of Fleet, dw 21 Fleet 

Dutton John, lime inspector, n w corner Forest and Monument 

sts. dw e Baltimore st s side w of Caroline 
Dutton George H. lottery broker, 9 w Pratt st 
Duvall mrs E. n side Fayette st 3 doors w of Paca 
Duvall & Maccubbin, painters in general, 1 e Fayette st — see 

advertisement page 11 
Duvall Hamlet, of firm, dw German st betw Howard & Liberty 
Duvall Charles, blacksmith, HoUins st w^of Schroeder 
Duvall A. Lexington st e of Cove 
Duvall Alfred, millwright, corner Fawn and Pleasant sts. dw 

Eden s of Pratt 
Duvall, Keigler & Co. domestic man, 199i Baltimore st 
Duvall J. H. of firm, dw Charles st 3 doors a of Hamilton 
Duvall E. G. of firm, dw 160 Paca st 
Duvall Amon, bailiff, dw Lexington st 
Duvall Benjamin, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Duvall mrs Rebecca, Greene st n of Lombard 
Duvall Henry, firm Buckey & Duvall, corner Paca & Greene sts 
Duvall Richard, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Duvall & Brother, carpet warehouse, 210 Baltimore st 
Duv^all Richard, of firm, dw Greene st s of German 
Duvall John R. of firm, dw Lexington st e of Cove 
Duvall Thomas, shoemaker, Mullikin st w of Strawberry alley 
Duvall Colmore, moulder, row w of Eutaw st s of Carpenter's al 
Dwyer Dennis, painter and glazier, cor Howard and Centre sts 
Dye Mary, 64 Market st 

Dyer Benjamin, wheelwright, Baltimore st e of Greene, dw Vine 
Dyer Leon, butcher, York avenue n of Madison st 
Dyer Wm. chairmaker. Second st e of South 
Dyer Catherine, milliner, w side Pearl st 2 doors n of Baltimore 
Dyke John, coach painter. Second st \v of Frederick, dw Monu- 
ment w of Constitution 
Dysart Moses A. collector, Cantil st s of Monument 
Dyson Mary, weaver, Chatsworth st n of Saratoga 

JiiACHUS Joseph, clerk, Dover st w of Sharp 

Ealer Elizabeth, Alice Anna st w of Washington 

Ealey Wm. H. ship joiner, corner of Alice Anna and Wolfe sts 

Ealev Jacob, labourer, s side Constitution st n of French 

Eam'es Wm. A. firm Haskel & Co. dw Paca st vt of Warner 

Earghart Casper, tailor, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 

Earickson Roderick, orrucer, 10 Liorht st wharf 

Earlaugh Benjamin, Ensor st n of Monument 

Earlougher Henson, Fort McHenry tavern, at Eastern City 

Bounds Canton 
Early mrs Deliah, e side Spring st n of Wilk 



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Early John D. provision dealer^ 249 Baltimore st. dw Eutaw be- 
tween Saratoga and Mulberry 
Earnest George^ attorney at law, Court house lane 
Earnest Wm. cabinet niaker, 171 Harrison st 
Earnest G. & W. Cowles, crockery merchants, 25 s Calvert st 
Earnest George^ of firm, dw 9 Waterloo Row 
Eary James, shoemaker, Union st near Ross 
East Baltimore Institute, S.^C. & McK. Roszel principals^ Salis- 
bury st e of High 
Easley Thomas, boat builder, corner York and William sts. dw 

York w of Light 
Easter Hamilton, firm Wm. J. Hyde & Easters, dw 49 w Fayette 
Easter Hamilton, of firm, dw Baltimore st e of Cove 
Easter Brother & Co. dry goods merchants, 181 Baltimore st 
Easter John, of Jno. of firm, dw 44 n Calvert st 
Easter John, distiller, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Easter John, dry goods store, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Easter John, dry goods merchant, 31 w Pratt st. dw Baltimore 

e of Schroeder 
Eastman J. S. agricultural implements & feed store, 36 w Pratt 

St. dw Barry st e of Sharp 
Eastman Samuel, mariner. Bond sts of Lancaster 
Easton mrs Jane, Fayette st w of Howard 
Easton Lewis, tavern. Fleet st e of Caroline 
Eastwood & Marsh, cabinet makers, 27 e Baltimore st 
Eastwood James, of firm, dw corner Exeter st and Allen alley 
Eaton mrs Ann, Armistead lane w of William st 
Eaton Eli, eside Ensor st n of Madison 
Eaton Horace, Lee st e of Charles 

Eaverson Isabella, dress maker, Penn avenue opp Hoffman st 
Eberhart Conrad, bailiff, at Esq Cox's office, dw Federal hill 
Eberhart Anthony, blacksmith. Block st w of Wills 
Eberman John, s w corner, Greene and Mulberry sts 
Eberts George, tobacconist, Raborg st e of Schroeder 
Ebner M. shoemaker, s side Low st e of High 
Ebsworth Thomas J. fender man. n Frederick st near Baltimore 
Eby George, shoemaker, 90 n Howard st 
Ecart Mary D. corner Gran by st and Siemmer alley 
Eccleston E. dry goods dealer, 3 and 4 Baltimore Arcade, Lex- 
ington market 
Eccleston James, dry goods dealer, Baltimore Arcade, dw Mul- 
berry st e of Pine 
Eccleston Elizabeth, Gough st e of Eden 
Eccleston Rev. Saml. Archbishop Kom.Cath. Church, dw Charles 

st n of Mulberry 
Eckard Charles, weaver. Pierce st e of Cove 
Eckel Mary, teacher, Wilk st w of Canal 
Eckel Wm. J. grocer, corner High and French sts 
Eckel Mary, grocer, n e corner Hillen and Exeter sts 
Eckelman H. R. shoemaker, Lombard st 2 doors w of Charles 
Ecker Andrew, shoemaker. Cove st n of Saratoga 



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Eckert John, shoemaker, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Eckett John, musician. Fort avenue s of powderhouse 
Eckhart George, book binder, e side Jasper st n of Franklin 
Eckhart John, shoemaker, Albemarle st n of Wilk 
Eckison James, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Eckman Benjamin, shoemaker, e side Howard st n of Dover 
Eddler Moses, e side Happy alley s of Alice Anna st 
Eddy Oliver T. portrait painter, over 153 Baltimore st. dw Mul- 
berry e of Pine 
Edelerher John, carpenter, 9 Union st 
Eden Jane, grocer, n vv corner, Light and West sts 
Edes mrs M. A. Fayette st between Liberty and Howard 
Edgar John M. attorney at law, 18 St Paul st 
Edgar mrs Sytha, X alley s of Lee st 
Edgar H. LeRoy, Franklin st w of Charles 
Edie mrs Isabella, Howard st near Richmond market 
Edlar Nathan, clothier, 46 Alice Anna st 
Edler Joseph, tailor, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Edmonds Richard, grocer, s e cor French and Potter sts 
Edmondson Dr. Thos. jr. Franklin st w of Charles 
Edmondson J. C. shipping merchant, Light st s of Hamburg 
Edmunds Dr. T. H. dentist, 55 Hanover st 
Edmundson Moses, seaman, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Edward Jarnes, 126 n Howard st 
Edwards Henry, cabinet maker, 90 Harrison st 
Edwards Miss, boarding house, 34 Holliday st 
Edwards & Cobb, com. mts. for the sale of earthen and glass 

ware, 7 n Charles st 
Edwards Richard, jr. merchant, dw 24 Hanover st 
Edwards Henry, mariner, Wilk st e of Bond 
Edwards Ann, Biddle st near George 
Edwards Wm. blacksmith, New st e of Paca 
Edwards S. lace and fancy store, 72 Baltimore st 
Edwards mrs M. A. Silver st w of Eden 
Edwards mrS Maria, cor Orleans and Friendship sts 
Edwards Robert, carpenter, Orleans st w of V^oung 
Edwards Thomas, labourer, French st betw East and Forest 
Edwards Letitia, seamstress, Ensor st n of Madison 
Edwards Julia Ann, cor Potter st and H^lfmoon alley 
Edwards Benjamin, rigger, Gough st w of Wolfe 
Eeley Samuel, butcher, Eden st s of Pratt 
Effron Alexander, mariner, corner Bank and Spring sts 
Egan Andrew, cabinet maker, Saratoga st e of Greene 
Egan Anthony, grocer. Potter st near the bend 
Egan James, labourer, Guilford alley w of Light st 
Egan Francis, labourer, 106 Dugan's wharf 
Egenton & Morris, mill stone makers, w side Paca st near Sara- 
toga, and Pratt st bridge w falls avenue 
Egerion John B. lottery and exchange office, cor South st and 

Exchange place, dw Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Egerton Abm. cond'r R R cars, Richmond st e of Lerew's alley 



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Egerton C C. sen. boarding house, Exchange place, n side Lom- 
bard St near South 
Egerton C. C. jr. lottery broker, n e cor Commerce and Pratt sts. 

d\v Pratt w of Canal 
Eggers Henry, over 4 Cheapside 
Eggleslon Joseph, carpenter, Raborgst e of Cove 
Eggleston Margaret, mantua maker. Potter st n of Douglass 
Egleston Isaiah, victualler, Monument st e of Canal 
Egleston Rebecca, e side Bond st n of Pratt 
Eglin mrs Mary, Wolfe st s of Alice Anna 
Eglin Charles, bookbinder. Temple st 5 doors n of Baltimore 
Ehlen J. H. sugar refiner, e side Eutaw st near Saratoga, dw 

152 n Paca st 
Ehrhart George, tailor, Pitt st w of Canal [of Lombard 

Ehrman .lacob, carpenter, German st e of Eutaw, dw Eutaw n 
Ehrman Marcus, blacksmith, Strawberry al s of Lancaster st 
Ehrman John, carpenter, Wilk st w of Albemarle 
Eichelberger Wm. of J. notary public, cor Fayette and Charles 

sts. dw PHScault's row, Lexington st 
Eichelberger, J. F. & J. S. tobacconists, 95 n Howard st 
Eichelberorer J. F. dw Paca st e of Greene 
Eichelberger J, S. dw Mulberry st near Pearl 
Eichelberger O. W. firm Erskine, Eichelberger &. Co. dw Han- 
over st betw German and Lombard 
Eichelberger Wm. firm of ditto, dw 25 Hanover st 
Eichelberger John, tobacconist. Mulberry st e of Lerew's alley 
Eichelberger John M. painter, Paca st near Saratoga, dw Mul- 
berry e of Pine 
Eichelberger Charles W. painter. Pine st n of Saratoga 
Eichelberger Geo. S. 69 n Exeter st 
Eichelberger Emeline, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Richelberger & Kniirht, carpenters, s e cor Paca & Saratoga sts 
Eickler mrs Ruth, boarding house, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Eidel Philip, carter, Alley w of William st s of West 
Eigelberner Peter, tinman, e side Howard st 2d door n of Dover 
Eikler Jacob, shoemaker, n side Low st w of Exeter 

Einhorn labourer, w side Light st s of West 

Eisenbrant C. H. imp. & man. of musical instruments, 54 Bait, st 

Eisenbray capt John, e side Exeter st s of Pratt 

Eisler John, saddler, Pitt st w of Potter 

Elbert Mary Ann, Market st n of Alice Anna 

Elder, Gelston & Co. com mts. w side Commerce st below Pratt 

Elder B. T, of firm, dw Fayette st e of Paca 

Elder Basil S. of firm, dw Fayette st e of Paca 

Elder & Gorsuch, cabinet makers, s w cor Eutaw and Mulberry 

Elder Hillary J. of firm, dw Ross st near Orchard 

Elder Francis W. firm Hussey & Elder, proprietors of Eutaw 

House, n w cor Baltimore and Eutaw sts 
Elder H. watchman, Penn av near Union gt 
Elder Allen, book keeper, High st s of Salisbury 
Elder Adam, stone mason, Spring stn of Wilk. 



ELD 153 ELL 

Elder Joseph E. com. and forwardinfr mt. w side Commerce st. 

d\v n side Saralotra 4 doors e of Park 
Elderliin Wm. G. Lombard st e of Exeter 
Eldred Henry, shoemalter, York st w of Charles 
Eldridge Thomas, shoemaker 18 Albemarle st 
Eliasen E. dealer in new and 2d hand furniture, 70 n Howard st 
Ellender mrs Charity, butter dealer, Orleans st e of Forest 
Ellenger Samuel, pedlar, w side Bond st s of Pratt 
Ellery Eppes, demist, Franklin st e of Pine 
Ellet Isabella, feed dealer, s side Ensor st 1 door w of Forest 
Ellett Thomas, corner Wilk st and Star alley 
Ellicott mrs Ann, Raborfj st w of Greene 
Ellicott Benjamin, broker, Gay st opposite Exchange 
Ellicott & Brothers, iron manufacturers, w side Commerce st 
Ellicott E. T. & Co. iron manufacturers, s e corner Light and 

Balderston sts 
Ellicott Elias, of firm, dw Greene st s of Lombard 
Ellicott Samuel, jr. dw w side Sharp st 5 doors s of Lombard 
Ellicott Andrew, div 73 Sharp st 

Ellicott John, dw w side Sharp st 5 doors s of German 
Ellicott S. & P. T. prop. Md. Chemical works, and Bait, steam 

blast furnace, 5 Ellicott st 
Ellicott P. T. dw Sharp st 5 doors s of German 
Ellingsworth Wm. rigger, Philpot alley e of Canal st 
Eliot Wm. S. merchant tailor, Camden st e of Hanover 
Elliott Thomas, s e cor Fayette and Pearl sts 
Elliott Henry, w side Howard st 3 doors s of German 
Elliott Geo. shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Chaisworlh 
Elliott Edward, w side North st near Belvidere bridge 
Elliott John, piano tuner, Madison st w of Howard 
Elliott James, plaisterer. Chestnut alley e of Pine st 
Elliott Samuel, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Elliott Henry, butcher, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Elliott Thomas, painter and glazier, Constitution st near French 
Elliott John W. painter, e Beuren st n of French 
Elliott Sarah, seamstress, Hull lane e of Forest st 
Elliott Eli-zabeth. grocer, s e corner Ensor and Mott sts 
Elliott Josephine, Potter st n of Hillen 
Elliott Wm. shoemaker, 6 Hill st 
Elliott Nicholas, grocer, Lombard st w of Canal 
Elliott Wm. shoemaker, Lombard st w of Bond 
Elliott Nathan J. shoemaker, 84 Caroline st 
Elliott H shoemaker, e side Light st s of West 
Ellis Benjamin, ship carpenter, e side Spring st n of Wilk 
Ellis Geo. W. collector, cor Gay and Lombard sts 
Ellis & Nicolai, ladies' shoe manufacturers, 63 Baltimore st — see 

advertisement page 35 
Ellis Thomas, of firm, dw Albemarle st 
Ellis mrs Jane, w side Albemarle st n of Fawn 
Ellis John, ostler, Lerew's alley s of Richmond st 
Ellis John, Orleans st e of Caroline 



ELL 154 EMO 

Ellis Wm. milkman or keeper of cows, cor Pitt and Caroline sts 

Ellis Elizabeth R. French st s of Centre 

Ellis David, cabinet maker, Thomsen st e of Friendship 

Ellison Samuel, copper roller, York st w of Charles 

Ellitt John, carpenter, corner Hillen and Potter sts. dw Gay st 

near Monument 
Ellott James, drayman, Ross stnear Eutaw 
Ellott Benjamin, watchman, Mullikin st e of Caroline 
Ellott Robert, butcher, Choptank st s of Hampstead 
Ellsaser Michael, shoemaker, Fleet st e of Market 
Elmore Wm. W. constable, Esq McDonald's office, dw East st 

n of Douo;lass 
Elmore James, butcher. Choptank st n of Baltimore 
Elmore Lewis, clerk, e side Apple alleys of Baltimore st 
Eltermann Frederick, proprietor of Adelphi House, sw corner 

Fayette and Holliday sts 
Elton Chas. Wm. grocer, cor Wilk and Elio^h sts 
Eltonliead Thomas, watchmaker, jeweller, silversr-nith, &c. 82 

Harrison st 

Eltonhead watchmaker, 14 Harrison si 

Ely M. S. shoemaker, Gay st near Exeter 

Ely John C. bridge and wharf builder, 85 Ann st 

Emack Wm. druggist, 4 s Liberty st 

Eman Henry, shoemaker, s side Hillen st w of Potter 

Emari Wm. carpenter, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 

Emart Michael, carpenter, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 

Emberger R. clothier, 39^ Second st 

Emberine Michael, tailor, Low st e of Forest 

Emerick P. shoemaker, 23 Lombard st w of Cumberland Row 

Eraerick David, shoemaker, Penn av near Hoffman st 

Emerson mrs Julia, Eden stn of Baltimore 

Emerson Nathaniel, machinist, Lombard st w of Amity 

Emery mrs Catharine, e side Paca st near Ross 

Emick Peter, blacksmith, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 

Emick Andrew, cabinet maker, e side Paca st near Lexington, 

dw corner Cove and Fayette 
Emick J. V. stove dealer, tinner, corner Light and Water sts, 

dw Eutaw n of Camden 
Emmart Joseph, Lexington Market Coffee House, Louisiana st 

between Paca and Greene sts 
Emmart J carpenter, s side French st opposite Centre 
Emmerson Wm. mariner, Lombard st w of Canal 
Emmert Henry, tobacconist, Pratt st w of Howard 
Emory Wm. H. & D. C. Hopper, attorneys at law, office Fay- 
ette st 3 doors w of St Paul - 
Emory Wm. H. of firm, dw cor Eutaw and New sts 
Emory Samuel, stonemason, Lombard st w of Amity 
Emory & Co. lottery and exchange brokers, 2 n Calvert st 
Emory & Gault, granite stone yard, Pratt st w of Penn 
Emory J. B. of firm, dw Camden st e of Paca 
Emory Richard, dw St Paul st s of Mulberry 



EMO 155 ESP 

Emory Peter, lace weaver, Pratt st e of President 

Emory Gideon, Franklin st vv of Park 

Emory & Stevens, grocers and com mts. 2 Bowly's wharf 

Emory Samuel G. dvv Fawn st 

Emory mrs Ann, Franklin st 3 doors w of Pearl 

Emory Rev. Robert, Franklin st 3 doors w of Pearl 

Emrece John, tailor, Harford av n of Monument st 

Enderbrock Frederick^ Jasper st near Lexington 

Eney Wm. boot and shoe maker, Baltimore st w of Amity 

England Mary, confectioner, 25i Thames st 

England Francis, plumber. Fleet st e of Market 

Engles Joseph, labourer, Union st near Ross 

Ennalls Margaret, boarding house, w side Gay st n of Second 

Ennis Joseph, corner Thomsen and Friendship sts 

Ennis Thomas, carpenter, s side Sterling st e of Mott 

Ennis capt Joseph T. Fleet st w of Ann 

Ennis mrs Elizabeth, 15 Albemarle st 

Ennis A. W. grocer, 55 foot Light st wharfj dw Henrietta st 

Ensey Lot & Co. grocers and produce mis. s w corner Eutaw 

and Baltimore sis 
Ensey Lot, dw Fayette st between Pine and Cove 
Ensey Wm. grocer, 115 Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Ensinger George, frame maker, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Ensor George, watchnian, Fayette st betw Pearl and Pine 
Ensor Wm. tinner. Silver st w of Eden 
Ensor Hyam, carpenter. Cove st s of Lexington 
Ensor Abraham, bricklayer, 78 n Exeter st 
Ensor Jolly, ropemaker. Bank st w of Argyle alley 
Entler Philip, carpenter, corner Pine and Vine sts 
Entrist Christopher, barber, Alice Anna st e of Wolf 
Entz mrs Henrietta, Fayette st w of Pine 
Epron Peter, shoemaker, e side Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Erb Dacob, pastor Germ. Evan. Reformed Church, dw Conway 

st e of Sharp 
Erbin Jacob, hatter, Wine st 

Erhardt George, tailor. Strawberry alley n of Alice Ann st 
Erhart Augustus, locksmith, Howard st 2 doors s of Dover 
Ermling Henry, labourer, Slemmer alley s of Sliles st 
Ernan Christian, cooper, Howard st. dw Park s of Lexington 
Erney V. L. & J. con!ectioners, 118 n Howard st 
Ernst mrs Elizabeth, e side Greene st n of Raborg 
Errickson Thomas, firm Errickson 8c Co. dw Wilk e of Exeter 
Errickson Mary, Wilk st e of Exeter 
Errickson Robert, carpenier, Wilk st e of Exeter 
Erskine & Eichelberfier, grocers and commission merchants, n 

w corner Howard and German sts 
Erskine J. P. dw n side Fayette st e of Eutaw 
Ervin George, fancy store, fratt st e of Paca 
Eshbach John, paver, Richmond st opposite Park 
Espey Wm. S. oak cooper, s end Fell st. dw Ann 
Espy John, drayman, Orleans si e of Strawberry alley 



ESS 156 EVA 

Essender James, ladies' shoemaker, Fayette st near Pine 
Essender John, machinist, George st w of Penn avenue 
Essender Thomas, coachmaUer, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Essender James, jr. confectioner, e side Apple al s of Bait, st 
Essex Wm. shoemaker, Charles st n of West 
Essinorler Frederick, shoemaker, Eden st n of Gough 
Estes E. B. & Ryan, dry goods merchants, 153i Baltimore st 
Estes E. B. d\v s side Lombard st 5 doors e of Sharp 
EstUng John, West st \v. of Light 

Etchberger John, boal builder. Union dock, dw Fleet stvv of Ann 
Etchberger capt James, Eden st n of Gough 
Etsell Adam, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Eltincr Samuel, commission merchant, 55 Smith's whf. dw Lex- 
ington st e of Howard 
Etting Solomon, dw 278 Baltimore st 

Etting B. C. commission merchant, w side Gay st s of Lombard 
Eubrick Elizabeth, milu seller, Low st e of Exeter 
European House, Joseph Boizard keeper, n w corner South and 

Lombard sts 
Eutaw Go's Shot Works, corner Eutaw and Conway sts 
Evans Hugh Davcy, att'y at law, s side Fayette st w of St Paul 
Evans Job, carpenter, Howard st. dw Garden near Madison 
Evans George, firm Bell & Evans, dw 28 s Exeter st 
Evans Wm. carpenter, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Evans George, cooper, Prait st opposite Patterson, dw Exeter 

st n of liOmbard 
Evans Joseph, shoemaker, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Evans David, carpenter, Fleet st w of Bond, d w JMarket s of Pratt 
Evans George W. mariner, Fleet st w of Ann 
Evans Nelson^ blacksmith, 46 Gough st 
Evans Wright, grocer, corner Lombard and Albemarle st« 
Evans Maria, milliner, e Baliimore st near High 
Evans Thomas, carpenter, WoJIe st s of Gough 
Evans Thomas, milkman, Wolfe st n of Gough 
Evans John, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Evans Daniel, bricklayer, corner Eden and Gough sts 
Evans David, tailor, corner Exeter and Salisbury sts 
Evans mrs Mary^, corner Exeter and Salisbury sts 
Evans H. W. 23 Hanover st 

Evans Thomas, carpenter, s e cor Eutaw and Fayette sta 
Evans mrs Rebecca, n oiide Gay st e of Forest 
Evans Thomas E. ice dealer, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Evans Gorge, shoemaker, w side East st n of Hillen 
Evans Josliua, shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Evans George, drayman, Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
Evans miss M. principal ol academy, 247 n Howard st 
Evans mrs Elizabeth, Columbian Inn, Montgom. st w of William 
Evans Wm. cooper, Baltimore st jv of Poppleton 
Evans Thomas, carpenter. Constitution st s of Falls 
Evans mrs Esier, umbrella maker, 220i Baltimore st 
Evans John, tinner, Eden st s of Pitt 



EVA 157 FAI 

Evans mrs Rebecca, Abraham st near Britton 

Evans A. D. shoemaker, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 

Evans Isaac, Aisquit}ist n of Orleans 

Evart Lewis shoemaker, Neio;hbourst betvv York and Harford av 

Evatt E. lock and gunsmith, 35 Li^ht st 

Evatt C. lock and gunsmith, Howard betvv Camden and Pratt 

Evatt mrs John, hardware, 9 e Water st 

Everett James, fish dealer, Gough st e of Hippy alley 

Everett George, pilot. Canal st s of Gough 

Everett Elizabeth, tailoress, Star alley near Gough st 

Everett James, plaisterer, w side Bond st n of Gough 

Everhart George, coachmaker, Constitution s of Falls st 

Everhart Conrad, constable, Hamburg st e of "William 

Everhart Frederick, glass blower, Henry st n of Hughes 

Everhart Martin, e side Howard st 7 doors n of Conway 

Everist Joseph, cooper, Hillen st. dw Harford av n of Madison st 

Everist Thomas, grocer, Lombard st w of Jones's falls, dw 77 

e Lombard st 
Everist John, cooper, Jefferson st e of Canal 
Everhart Jacob, tobacconist. Chamberlain al opp Eutaw church 
Everitt Ann J. w. side Ensor st n of Madison 
Evers John, oil cloth manufacturer, 20 Block st 
Ewaidt D. S. Penn avenue near Union st 
Ewalt Philip, carter, Eden lane e of Harford run 
Ewalt mrs Araminta, Cider alley w of Paca st 
Ewersman John F. grocer, corner Bond and Alice Anna sts 
Ewin Scott, printer. Monument st e of Constitution 
Ewin John J. ladies shoemaker, corner Pitt and Aisquith sts 
Ewin John, mathematical instrument maker, 23 Thames st 
Eyras Charles, stone cutter, Hollins st e of Schroeder 
Eytinge Samuel, trader, 29 Harrison st 

Eytinge S. mt. 4 s Charletsl. dw Frederick 8 doors s of Baltimore 
Ezekiel J. W. 103 Hanover st 

Factor Mrs. Catharine, Yorkst w of Light 

Fael mrs M. washer, cor Mullikin st and Strawberry alley 

Fagan Joseph, cabinet maker, Paca st n of Pratt 

Facran , labourer. Amity st n of Park lane 

Fagbeubel Wm. Baltimore st w of Pearl 

Fahay Wm. labourer, Davis st n of Pleasant 

Faherty John, labourer, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Faherty Mary, Wilk st w of Bond 

Fahnestock Jesse, firm Lott Ensey & Co. dw at Mrs Kemp's, 

Fayette st n side, w of Pine 
Fahnestock P. dw Fayette st w of Pine 
Fahnestock Daniel, Monument st w of Park 
Fairbank Noah, shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Puppleton 
Fairbank captNoah, of Rappahannock steamboat, dw over 256 

Baltimore st 
Fairbanks Wm. agent al Depot, dw Pratt st w of McHenry al 

N 



FAI 158 FAR 

Fairbanks Js. ship carpenter, Lancaster st w of Ann 

Fairbanks Christopher, shoemaker, w side Canal st n of Lombard 

Fairchild Wm. tailor, Madison st s of Eutaw 

Faister John, carpenter. Chamberlain al opp Eutaw church 

Fait Joseph, labourer, s of West st vv of Johnson 

Faithful Wra. printer, Chatsvvorth st near Biddle 

Faithful W. sweep mast. Franklin st betw Chatsworth and Cove 

Faithful Joseph, mt. tailor, 2 s Sharp st 

Faithful W. E. B. hardware dealer, w side Penn av 2 doors n 

of Franklin st. dw Chatsworth st 
Faltz Henry, cabinet maker, cor Caroline and Bank sts 
Falck M. e side Light st s of Hughes's Q,uay 
Fales James G. pilot, Gough st e of Happy al 
Fales S. M. iron founder, Charles st City Spring court 
Fallbare Mrs Lavinia, n side Hawk st 
Fallon Nicholas, labourer, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Fallon Thomas, labourer, n side Fish market space 
Falls Mrs Alexander, Cove st n of Frankhn 
Falls Moore, w Pratt st e of Howard 
Fallum Michael, Raborg st e of Schroeder 
Fane Joseph, locksmith, Jasper st near Lexington 
Fanning D. 0. Pratt st w of Caroline 

Fanshavv Charles, 215 Baltimore st. dw Paca st opp Warner 
Farburton Wm. tinner. Baltimore st w of Pine 
Fardwell Isaac, wood dealer, York st w of Light 
Fardwell Sella, tailoress, s w cor Light and Hughes sts 
Farind Augustus, harness maker, Aisquith st s of McElderry 
Faringer C. firm Sliver & Faringer, Constitution st s of Falls st 
Farley Alice, 25 Alice Anna ct 
Farm school, see appendix 

Farmer John, keeper of cows, Holliday st n of Bath 
Farmer Philip, crockery store, n e cor Eutaw and Marion sts. 

and tinner se cor Eutaw and Lexington sts 
Farmer Wm. butcher, Penn av near Dolphin st 
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Calvert st cor Bank lane 
Farmers' and Planters' Bank, 17 South st 
Farnandis W. jr. attorney at law, Lexington st e of Charles 
Farnandis Samuel, scrivener, 44 Lombard st opp custom house 

Ex. place, dw cor Camden and Sharp sts 
Farnandis &. Co. dry goods mer'ts. 141 Baltimore st cor Light 
Farnandis Walter, firm ditto, dw Hanover st w side, betw Pratt 

and Lombard sts 
Farnan Michael, labourer. Cross st e of William 
Faror Cornelius, labourer, Happy al e side n of Lancaster st 
Farnen Peter, grocer, cor Alice Anna st and Happy alley 
Farquharson Charles, agent and collector, office 11 Fayette st, 

dw Saratoga st 3d door e of watch house 
Farquharson James, grocer, 61 n Ga^' st 

Farr Samuel, butcher, Neighbour st betw York and Harford avs 
Farrall Miss, French and English corset maker, Lexington st w 

of Charles 



FAR 159 FEI 



Farrall Mrs. s side Lombard st vv of Frederick 

Farrell Eleonor, Market st s of Fleet 

Farrtll Wm. watcliman, Saraii Ann st e of Cove 

Farrell Michael, hair cutter, wior maker & perfumer, 5 Light st 

Farrell Marcraret, trrocer, e side Liberty al near French st 

Farrell Charity, seamstress, Ensorst n of Madison 

Farrell Mrs Elizabeth, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Farrell Mrs Sarah, Lee st w of Hanovor 

Farren Thomas, labourer, n side Fishmarket space 

Farringer C. firm Sliver & Farrinc^er, Constitution st s of Falls st 

Farrington Saml. shoemaker, n e cor Eutaw and Lexington sts. 

dw Calverton 
Farrington John, baker, Pitt st vv of Caroline 
Farrow Joseph, dry goods mt. 59 Baltimore st 
Farson John, superintendent of streets and police officer, corner 

Fleet st and Argyle alley 
Fastbender Chas. P. waichmaker, Pratt st eof Paca 
Fastie George, clothier, 24 Thames st 
Faucett John, shoemaker, Monument st e of Canal 
Faucett Michael, shoemaker, Canal st s of Monument 
Faulac Anthony, broker and agent, Albemarle st n of Fawn 
Faulker Wm. H. tailor, Second st 2d door e of Gay 
Faulkner Jonah, clerk. Sharp st s of Conway 
Faulkner Elisha, carpenter, German st opposite Pine 
Faulkner Belinda, n side Ensur st e of Porter 
Fausler Job, carpenter, Pratt st w of Market 
Fauth Frederick, gardener, Frederick road, facing Drovers' inn 
Favier Peter A. gunsmith, 69 Pratt st 
Fay Martin, labourer, Apple al s of Wilk st 
Fay Julius A. 29 n Charles st 
Fay John, labourer. Neighbor st betw York and Harford avs 

Fay Henry, cap store, 23 w Pratt st 
Fay F. currier, over 6 e Water st 

Fearschel Joseph, shoemaker, Lancaster st w of Market 

Fearson Mrs Hannah, 32 Albemarle st 

Fearson Mrs Hannah J. 32 Albemarle st 

Feast John, florist and seedsman, Lexington st w of Pine 

Feast S. proprietor of exotic nursery'and seedsman, cor Charles 
and Saratoga sts — nursery and dw Franklin st w of Cove 

Fedou Francis, mer't. tailor, 17 w Pratt st 

Feene James, tinner. Pearl st n of Fayette 

Fefel Jos. proprietor of Drover's inn, Baltimore st e of Republ. 

Feig Andrew, tailor, Caroline st n of Orleans 

Feilds James, pilot, w side Ann st n of Lancaster 

Feilds James, cooper, Philpot al wof Gough st 

Feilds John, mariner, cor Fleet and Ann sis 

Feinger Henry, labourer, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 

Feinour Charles, sr. dw Lexington st e of Pine 

Feinour Edwnrd, lottery broker, 14 w Pratt st 

Feinour Charles, lottery office, cor Paca and Lexington sis. dw 
Mulberry st betw Pine and Pearl 



FEI 160 FER 

Feiss Demirn, teacher, basement St James's church Aisquith st. 

d\v e side Constitution st 1 door sof Monument 
Feitenger Peter, labourer^ Lancaster st e of Bond 
Felder Henry, porter, Harfiird av near rope walk 
Feigner Wm. mt. tailor, 57 Lombard st 6 doors w of Charles 
Fell Stephen, ropemaker, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
Fell capt Joshua, Fleet st w of Ann 
Fell capt Philip, w side Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Fellenk Henry, shoemaker, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 
Fellman George, cordwainer, Lancaster st w of Market 
Fell's Point Savings' Institution, 14 Thames st 
Female Infirmary, Dr. Roberts, Conway st e of Sharp 
Fenby Samuel & Brother, grain and com. mts. n w cor Gay &. 

Pratt sts. dw S. F. Baltimore st near Exeter 
Fenby Richard D. firm ditto, dw corGough and Pratt 
Fenby T. dry goods store, Gay st 3 doors from High 
Fenby Peter, grocer, 30 Market st 
Fenby's wharf, s end McElderry's dock 

Fenby A. M. & Co. grain and com. mts. cor Pratt and Calvert sts 
Fendrich Joseph, cooper. Liberty al n of Falls st 
Fenn James M. Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Fennell Maurice, gilder. Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Fenner Henry, shoemaker, 73 w Pratt st 
Fenner Richard S. accountant, Gough st n of Pratt 
Fenny Joseph, firm Merker & Fenny, dw Jasper st S doors s of 

Saratoga st 
Fenton Wm. S. cabinet maker, 91 Fleet st 
Ferguson John, labourer, e side Howard st 6 doors n of Perry 
Ferguson Alexander, saddler, dw cor Louisiana and Jasper sts 
Ferguson Thomas, com. mt. and man'r. 68 Bowly's wharf, dw 

Calvert st opp City Spring 
Ferguson Charles, sawyer, Armistead lane w of William st 
Ferguson Benjamin, brush maker, n w cor Howard and Fayette 

sts. dw Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Ferguson W. brickm^ker, Giddings's rowe of Light st s of West 
Ferguson Samuel, weaver, lot n of Sarah Ann st e of Schroeder 
Ferguson George, grocer, cor Hill and Hanover sts 
Ferguson Benj. W. tobacconist, 9 Franklin st w of State dw 

Pearl 1 door n of Mulberry st 
Ferguson Henry, tailor, wside Bond st n of Bank 
Ferguson James, atty. at law, cor Courtland st and Dark lane 
Ferguson R. W. tobacconist, n w cor Gay and Baltimore sts 
Ferguson Alex, glazier, Orleans st e of Canal 
Ferguson James, Monument st w of Sterling 
Ferguson James, com. mt. 1 Light st wharf, dw 75 s Sharp st 
Ferguson D. B. e side Eutaw st 2 doors n of Presbyterian ch- 
Ferguson Wm. machinist, Lombard st e of Amity 
Ferman John, shoemaker. Strawberry al s of Pitt st 
Ferral capt Michael, Eden st s of Pratt 
Ferry Edward, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Ferry John, firm Davis & Ferry, dw 65 n Howard st 



FER 161 FIS 

Ferry Dennis, dw 65 n Howard st 

Fesler Philip, dw adjoining City mill n Calvert st 

Fetter Gotlieb, cabinet maker, Entaw st s of Lee 

Feuss Fredk. shoemaker, e side Grant st n of Lombard 

Few Hetty, 12 s Liberty st 

Fey Henry, saddler, Pratt st e of Paca 

Fiaikofsky Charles, confectioner, 84 w Pratt st 

Fick George A. shoemaker, William st s of Cross 

Ficke Herman, comb maker, Hampstead st \v of Choptank 

Fickey Fredk. variety store, 247i Baltimore st. dw 96 n Liberty 

Fiddeus Levi, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Lewis 

Field H. B. & Co. umbrella manufacturers, 65i Baltimore st 

Field James, cooper, s side Falls st 1 door e of Beuren st 

Field Abitha, pedlar, Cove st s of Pratt 

Fields James, corner Holliday and Centre sts 

Fields Wm. carpenter, Madison st w ol' Howard 

Fields Mary, s side Sterling st w of Monument 

Fields Wm. wheelwright. Perry st e of L Paca 

Fields Mitchel, constable, Lombard st e of Bond 

Fields James, grocery and feed store, cor Baltimore and Spring 

sts. dw s side Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Fifer Francis, blacksmith, Ross vSt extended 
Filbert George, shoemaker, Harford av near rope walk 
Filbert Hannah, confectionary, n side French st w of Centre 
Fillinorer Paul, tavern, w side Patterson st near Cable dw Pratt 
Fillinger John, grocer, corner Columbia and Dover sts. dw cor 

Paca and Dover sts 
Fimister A. shoemaker, 30 Cenre Market space 
Finch Mrs. Mary, shoebinder, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Findel Wilhelm, labourer, Union st near Ross 
Finegan John, weaver, Pierce st w of Cove 
Fink Jacob, labourer, Dover st w of Sharp 
Finlay John, Gay st opposite the Exchange 
Finley Mrs Ebenezer L. Lexington st w of Pine 
Finley Mrs E. tailoress, e side Front st s of Low 
Finley Thomas, shoemaker, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Finley Wm. e side Eutaw st corner Ross 
Finley Thomas, grocer, cor Marion and Park sts 
Finley James, n e cor Lombard and Grant sts 
Finley Mrs Jane, corner Aisquith and Thompson sis 
Finley Thomas, postmaster, n side Hillen st 2 doors e of High 
Finnegan Peter, Inbourer, Boyd st w of Schroeder 
Finninger Paul, liquor store, dw Pratt st w of McHenry al 
Firemen's Insurance Company, J. Reese president, corner South 

and Second sts 
Firoved David, grocer, Franklin st near Chatsworth 
First Baltimore Hose house, McClellan's near Baltimore st 
Firth Jonas, Howard st near Richmond market 
Fischer Charles & Co. importers of German goods, 274 Bait, st 
Fischer Charles, firm ditto, dw Fayette st n side e of Paca 
N* 



riS 162 FIT 

Fischer Geo. N. "VVm. Tell House," cor Pratt st and W Falls 

av — see advertisement, page 31 
Fischer Gieks, Fell st near Wolfe 
Fish capt Allen, wharfinger, Belt's wharf, near Wolfe st. dw 

Eden st e side n of Gough 
Fish Ebenezer^ moulder, Wansback st s of Baltimore 
Fishach John, plane maker, 96 w Pratt st 
Fisher, Miller & Co. com. mts. 1 and 3 German st 
Fisher Alex, firm ditto, dw 16 w Fayette st 
Fisher Elizabeth A. Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Fisher Henry, shoemaker, Saratoga st e of Poppleton 
Fisher P. locksmith, cor Harrison and Gay sts 
Fisher James J. com. mt. 7 Spear's wharf, dw n w cor St Paul 

and Pleasant sts 
Fisher Albert, engineer, 243 n Howard st • 
Fisher Thomas, dyer, 10 s Calvert st 

Fisher Abr. stockmaker, Md Arcade, dw Mulberry st w of Pine 
Fisher Daniel, tailor, Pearl st n of Baltimore 
Fisher John M. gardener, e side Light st s of West 
Fisher Henry, turner, Monument st w of Ensor 
Fisher Martin, blacksmith, cor Pitt and Exeter sts 
Fisher Sarah, tailoress, rear 17 e Water st 
Fisher George F. shoemaker, s side Hillen st e of Forest 
Fisher Adam, pro'r. Bee Hive tavern, Penn av near St Mary st 
Fisher A, F. apothecary, Penn av near St Mary st 
Fisher Elizabeth, shop keeper, Douglass st e of Forest 
Fisher John A. shoemaker, do do 

Fisher Hugh, engineer, Schroeder st s of Hollins 
Fisher John M. carter, Hollins st w of Amity 
Fisher Wm. blacksmith, York st e of Light 
Fisher George, labourer, William st s of Cross 
Fisher Mrs S. A. Charles st n of Henrietta 
Fisher Wm. A. plaisterer, Charles st s of York 
Fisher Michael, labourer^ Shakspeare st betw Market and Bond 
Fisher Charles W. labourer, Granby st near E Falls av 
Fisher William, labourer, Wolfe st s of Thames 
Fisher Henry, tavern, Ann st s of Lancaster e side 
Fisher Conrad, labourer, e side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Fisher Abr'm. fancy store, 11 Md Arcade, dw Mulberry st 
Fitch Mrs A. 51 w Fayette st 

Fitch Samuel, ropemaker, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
Fite Conrad R. firm Tiffany, Fite & Co. dw w side Sharp st 6 

doors s of German st 
Fitz Henry, daguerreotype likeness taker, over 112 Baltimore st. 

dw Caroline st s of Pratt 
Fitzgerald Samuel, tanner, Raborg st e of Schroeder 
Fitzgerald John B. druggist, s Charles st No. 1, up stairs, dw 

Franklin st w of Pearl 
Fitzgerald Thomas, dw Franklin st w of Park 
Fitzgerald Mrs Mary, Clay st w of Park 
Fitzgerald Jauies, ropemaker, w side Light si s of West 



FIT 163 FLO 

Fitzgerald M. T. firm R. R. Griffith & Co. d\v Franklin st 

Fitzg-erald Thomas B. firm ditto, d\v Courtland st 

Fitzorerald Mary, \v side Lis^ht st n of Cross 

Fitzgerald capt R. B. over 305 Baltimore st * 

Fitzgerald Mary Ann, tailoress. East st n of Pitt 

Fitzgerald Henry, sea captain, Lee st e of Sharp 

Fitzgerald Mrs Margaret, Front st n of Lombard 

Fitzgerald J. B. 1 s Charles st up stairs 

Fitzgibbon Caroline, Pratt st w of Canal 

Fitzhugh H W. firm Law & Fitzhligh, dw Saratoga st e of Sharp 

Fitzpatrick John M. livery stables, Pitt st e of Front 

Fiizpatrick John, bricklayer, Hill st e of Charles 

Fitzpatrick John, jr. Hill st e of Charles 

Fitzpatrick John, lime and feed store, 3 Hollingsworth st. dw 

Hill st w of Charles 
Fitzpatrick Dennis, labourer, Lancaster st e of Caroline 
Fitzpatrick Andrew, stone mason, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Fitzsimmonds John N. carpenter, Madison st e of Britton 
Fitzsimmons John, carpenter, shop rear lie Fayette st 
Fitzsimmons Edmund, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
Flack Rachel, Fayette st w of Howard 
Flack G. W. merchant, firm Lilly, Flack & Lentz, dw Mulberry 

st 1 door w of Lerew's alley 
Flack Wm. M. s w corner Paca and Franklin sts 
Flack Thomas J. distiller, Guilford st w of South, dw Spring st 

9 Fountain row 
Flaeshman Moses, butcher, corner Alice Anna st and Apple al 
Flaherty M. watchman, w side Eutaw st n of Madisoa 
Flaherty Jane, Lombard st 2 doors e of High 
Flaherty James, shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Flaherty Thomas, grocer, corner Fleet st and Apple alley 
Flariim Peter, confectioner and cake baker, Bait st w of Pearl 
Flanagan Patrick, carter. President st n of Fawn 
Flanagan Andw. firm Caleb Goodwin &Co. dw Highs of Granby 
Flashley Jacob, stone cutter, George st e of Pine 
Flaxcomb VVm. engineer, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Fleik John, labourer. Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 
Fleishell Joseph, stone cutter, Wayne st e of Howard 
Flemming James, shoemaker, s side Gay st e of Front 
Flemming James, tavern, n w corner Patterson and Cable st» 
Flemming Patrick, grocer, w side Charles st 3 doors n of Perry] 
Fletcher mrs Mary, grocer, corner Canal and Jefferson sts 
Fletterman John G. tailor, 81 n of Howard st 
Flettermau Henry, tailor, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Fletterman Arnold, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Flinn John, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 
Flint John, carpenter, Franklin st e oiPine 
Flint, Cooke &. Co. dry goods merchants, 177i Baltimore st 
Flood mrs Maria, feed store, Camden st w of Light 
Floss Wm. Market st s of Alice Anna 
Floss Sarah, fancy millinery. Market st a of Alice^Anna 



FLO 164 FOR 

Flowers Robert W. carpenter, e side Forest st s of Orleans 

Floyd David I. Geor^^e st w of Penn avenue 

Floyd Joseph, hatter, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Fkiry Waring, sailniaker, Wayne st e of Eutaw 

Fecke Frederick, firm Brauns & Focke, dw Pitl st e of Front 

Focke Charles W. dry goods dealer, Gay st near Potter 

Fogadink Harman, labourer, Lee st w of Light 

Fogelman George, turnkey at jail, Perry st e of Paca 

Fogelman L. H. butcher, Fojt avenue Federal hill 

Foger Leonard, tailor, Slemmer alley s of Stiles st 

Fogersang Edward, cabinet maker, Howard st n of Lombard 

Fogleson Henry, tailor, Pratt st e of President 

Fogle Charles, tailor, s side Lombard st e of Market space 

Fohr Michael, tailor, n side Lombard st e of Charles 

Folac Anthony, broker, dw Barre st e of Hanover 

Folen Caroline, sewer, e side Light st 4 doors s of Armistead lane 

Foley Matthew, feed store, dw Barre st e of Hanover 

Foley S. G. Sharp st n of Lee 

Folland Mary Ann, grocer, s w corner Alice Anna and Ann sts 

Folwell Godfrey G. dye sinker, w side High st s of Hillen 

Fonder R. house, sign, and ornamental painter, corner Gay and 

Harrison sts. dw Orleans w of Caroline 
Fonerdin Dr. corner Fayette and Park sts 
Fontaine D. J. artificial flower factory, ^24 e Baltimore st 
Fontz John, brickmaker, Eutaw st n of Ostend 
Foos James, carpenter, Star alley near Gough st 
Fool Lewis H. bricklayer. Forest st s of Madison 
Foot mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, w side Front st n of Gay 
Forbes Charles P. second hand store, 40 Harrison st 
Forbes John M. carpener, dw Madison st near Biddle 
Forbes Alexander, weaver, Preston st near Penn avenue 
Forbes Harriet, e side Ann st s of Lancaster 
Force Dexter C. coachmaker, corner Fayette and McClellan st 
Ford capt Lewis, Eden st s of Pratt 
Ford E. B. hatter, 32 w Pratt st 

Kord waiter. North st between Franklin and Bath st 

Ford George, farmer, Lee st w of Hanover 

Ford Wm. H. mt tailor, 29 n Howard st. dw Paca near Ross 

Ford Wm. rigger, Gibson's wharf, dw Alice Anna st w of Ann 

Ford Wm. ladies' shoemaker. Mulberry st e of Pine 

Ford Thomas, Maryland Arcade, dw Lombard st e of Exeter 

Ford Nicholas, carpenter, Clay st e of Howard 

Ford Joseph, in county clerk's office, Baltimore st e of Caroline 

Ford John, segar maker. Peach alley w of Pearl st 

Ford Henry, lalourer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 

Ford mrs Ruth, 58 Albemarle st 

Ford & Stannard, domestic dry goods mts. 242 Baltimore st 

Ford C. W. of firm, dw Lee st between Sharp and Hanover 

Ford Thomas, rigger, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Ford E. shoemaker, 44 n Eutaw st 

Ford & Star, tailors, South st n of Pratt 



FOR 165 FOS 

Ford J. of firm, s side Salisbury st w of Exeter 

Ford Ann, fish dealer, Forest st n of Madison 

Ford John D. dry goods store, 2, 4 and 6, Maryland Arcade, dw 

corner Granby and Exeter sts 
Ford Wm, labourer, Frederick road e of the run 
Ford Joseph T. wheelvvritrht. Falls avenue near Pratt st. dvv 

Pratt vv of Albemarle 
Ford James C. grocer^ corner L Greene st and Burgundy alley 
Ford James, ship carpenter, York st w of William 
Foreman Valentine, tisher, Eutaw court, (formerly Chamberlain 

alley,) opposite Eutaw Church 
Foreman Valentine, blacksmith, Ross st nearBiddle 
Foreman Joseph E. shoemaker, cor Mullikin st & Strawberry al 

Foreman L Hughes st w of Light 

Foreman Francis, labourer, Hamburg st e of Light 

Foreman Ann C. Gough st e of Canal 

Foreman Eft-.a, boarding house, 94 Dugan's wharf 

Forest Leonard, blacksmith, Charles st n of Henrietta 

Forkenslein Henry, currier, s side Ensor st w of Forest 

Forman Mary, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Forman Mary Ann, 113 n Eutaw st 

Forman Francis, Eutaw st s of Cider alley 

Forman Valentine, Chamberlain alley opposite Eutaw Church 

Forman Joshua, Mullikin st e of Caroline « 

Forman Evan, plaisterer, Holland st e of Aisquith 

Forman Joseph R. collector, Pitt st 1 door w of Aisquith 

Forney mrs Louisa, n w corner Greene and Fayette sts 

Forney Isaac C. coach trimmer, 12 Perry st e of Paca 

Fornshil John, gun and locksmith, n side Ensor st e of Potter 

Forrester John, s side Baltimore st w of Poppleton 

Forrist Wm. carter. Perry st w of Eutaw 

Forrister R. well digger, St Mary's st e of Penn avenue 

Forsighte Isaac, currier, Ross st near Eutaw 

Forsier Francis, collector, 124 n Eutaw st 

Forsyth Emanuel, segar maker, Gibson st near Biddle 

Forsythe mrs J. A. Franklin st e of Cove 

Forsythe Robert, clerk, 62 Piti st 

Forsythe mrs L. w side Eutaw st near Madison 

Forsythe Andrew, sexton 2d Presb. ch. dw East st n of Pitt 

Fort Leander, carpenter, dw s e cor Liberty and Lexington sts? 

Fort Geo. shoemaker, w side Strawberry al n of Alice Anna st 

Fort Simeon, stone cutter, Cathedral st extended 

Fort Thomas, grocer, Columbia st w of Greene 

Fortune James, grate maker, 9 Light st 

Fosbenner Daniel, Lee st w of Sharp 

Foss Jacob, sawyer, L Hughes st w of Light 

Foss Wm. W. cabinet man. 79 w Fayette st. dw Franklin e af 

Foss mrs Mary, Franklin st e of Chatsworth [Chatsworth 

Fosseit John, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 

Foster Mahlon, shoemaker, Jew alley near Madison st 

Foster ■ cabinet maker, w side Charles st n of Pratt 



FOS 166 FOX 

Foster Sarah^ 18 n Exeter st 

Foster Elizabeth, e side Hi^h st s of Low 

Foster Benj. W. mustard man. German st e of Pinej 

Foster Samuel, carter, Lee st w ol'Eutaw 

Foster Wm. cabinet maker. Sharp st s of Welcome alley 

Foster Leonard, baker. Granby st e of Gough 

Foster Wm.. G. broom man. corner Baltimore and Canal st3 

Foster James, ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Foster Wm. John, grocer, corner Cnroliiie and Lombard sts 

Fott Robert, furniture car driver, Lerew's alley s of Richmond st .r' 

Foudriat Peter, artificial flower dealer, Lexington st between 

Charles and Sharp 
Foulkes mrs Mary, boarding house, Camden st e of Sharp 
Fouse Mrs. principal of academy, 69 n Howard st 
Foux Ellen, seamstress. Comet st w of Aisquith 
Fowble & Miller, carpenters, Fayette st w of Pearl 
Fowble Abraham, of firm, dw Pine st betw Lexington and Sar. 
Fowble John, tobacconist^ corner Cove and Vine sts 
Fovvble Henry P. plaisterer. Cove st s of Lexington 
Fowler Francis, wire worker, n w cor Liberty and Fayette sts 
Fowler & Tyson, real estate agents, & accountants, 18i South st 
Fowler F. M. of firm, dw Country 
Fowler John, wood huckster, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Fowler John P. grocer, 28 Eutavv st 
Fowler Wm. W. 144 n Paca st 

Fowler Isaac, plaisterer, w side Gay st n of Monument 
Fowler Richard, carpenter, Mott st. dw Gay st near Aisquith 
Fowler John P. carpenter, e side Exeter st n of Wilk 
Fowler E. M. grocer, corner Ensor and Monument sts 
Fowler John, biscuit baker, cor Hawk and Concord sis 
Fowler Susan, tailoress, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Fowler mrs S. 80 s Sharp st 
Fowler John, baker, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Fowler Martha, grocer, corner Fleet and Bond sts 
Fowler Catherine, Baltimore ste of Lloyd 
Fowler & Mace, hardware store, Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Fowler George, s side Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Fowler John M. labourer. Wolf st n of Gough 
Fowler Wm. C. pilot, e side Ann sl n of Wilk 
Fowler Wm. U. S. shipping office. Bond st n of Thames 
Fowler Samuel B. carpenter, Swan st. dw Exeter s of Stiles 
Fox Patrick, grocer, corner Pitt and Exeter sts 
Fox John, grocery, bacon and feed store, cor Hillen and Front 
Fox Rebecca, w side Front st s of Hillen 
Fox Charles, constable, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Fox Henry, mariner, 29 Alice Anna st 
Fox Hugh, labourer, cor Wilk st and Star alley 
Fox Peter, labourer, Wolfe st n of Wilk 
Fox Conradt, dyer, 75 McElderry's wharf 
Foxall Mary, e side Beuren st n of Falls 
Foxcroft mrs Susan, Welfe alley n of Conway st 



FOX 167 FRA 

Foxwcll John, mariner, cor Fleet st and Happy alley 

Foxwell Margaret, tailoress, Gough st s of Siiles 

Foxwell capt Charles, WoUe st s of Wilk 

Foy Frederick, grocer, cor Baltimore and Gilmer sts 

Foy Peter, collector and agent, Fleet st w of Ann 

Foy Harriet, shoemaker, w side Front st s of Gay 

Foy Wm. corns curer, Armistead lane w of William 

Foy James, hardware store, and smith's shop, 6Si s Calvert st 

dw Hanover st n of Montgomery 
Frailey major Leonard, custom house guager, dw nside Fayette 

st e of Eutaw 
Frailey Clinton, agent Bait, and Susq. R. road, North st. dw 18 

Barnet st 
Frampton Henry, e side High st s of Gay 
France Christian, baker, cor Holland and Lewis sts 
France Thomas, painter, Lee st e of Sharp 
Frances John, labourer, w side Bond st n of Gough 
Franchi Andw. artificial flower man. 36 Baltimore st 
Francis Thomas, grocer, cor Lewis and Mullikin sts 
Francis Fleetwood, baker, corner Bond and Bank sts 
Francis Andrew, s side Hillen st 5 doors w of East 
Francis Thomas, labourer, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Francis Robert, s side Hillen st w of East 
Francis John, "sun" carrier, e side High st n of Pitt 
Francis John, merchant, dw 40 n Gay st 

Francisco Francis A. saddle, harness and trunk maker, 58 Balti- 
more St. dw 74 North st — see advertisement page 10 
Franciscus mrs Sarah F. Bond st n of Hampstead 
Franck & Rosenburg, wholesale and retail clothing store, 99 n 
Franck Geo. C. tobacconist, 56 Baltimore st [Howard 

Franck P. grocery and produce store, Forest si n of Madison 
Franck Henry, locksmith, Conway st w of Eutaw 
Franck Frederick, shoemaker, w side Bond st s of Fleet 
Franck John, baker, cor William and Cross sts 
Franck S. tavern keeper, 28 Harrison st 
Frank Henry, shoe store, cor Bond and Wilk sts 
Frank Osier, fancy store, 95 Bond st 
Frank Frederick, tinner, Hill st w of Sharp 
Frank 0. second hand dealer, 64 s Charles st 
Frankenberger John, labourer, Lombard st e of Bond 
Frankhauser George, tavern keeper, Court house lane opp Court 

house, dw Orleans st corner Lewis 
Franklin Geo. box maker, 30i Harrison st. up stairs 
Franklin Bank, North st betw Baltimore and Fayette sts 
Franklin Western Savings Institution, Baltimore st w of Eutaw 
Franklin John, carpenter, German st 2 doors e of Sharp 
Frantom Elizabeth, shoeblnder, Liberty alley s of Monument st 
Frantzel Christian, shoe store, Fleet st w of Hampstead 
Franz Friedrich, 40 Fell st 
Fray Samuel, fisher, Hamburg st e of William 
Fraze Mr. labourer. Cross st e of Johnson 



PRA 168 FRE 

Frazer Wm, R. grocer, 51 w Pratt st 

Frazier John, blacksmilh/Camdenst e of Sharp 

Frazier John, painter, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Frazier Letitia, tavern, Wilkst w of Caroline 

Frazier Cornehus, Canton at eastern city limits 

Frazier Joseph, turner, corner Bank and Alice Anna sts. dw 

Gough vv of Bond 
Frazier James F. carpenter, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Frazier Joseph, carpenter, Orleans st w of Canal 
Frazier David, machinist, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Frazier mrs Catherine, Hamburg st e of Light 
Frazier Jeremiah, labourer. Fleet st e of Market 
Frazier capt James, president F. P. Sav. Inst, dw Fleet w of Ann 
Frazier Walter, drayman, corner Wilk and Albemarle sts 
Frazier John, ropemaker, n end Happy alley 
Freathofer Dr. Godfrey, corner William and Hamburg sts 
Freeh Frederick, shoemaker, s side French st e of Exeter 
Frederick Wm. shoemaker, L Hampstead st e of Strawberry al 
Frederick mrs Elizabeth, Perry st w of Charles 
Frederick Robert, chairmaker, Gay st opp Ind't Engine liouse 
Frederick Thomas, engineer, Barre st e of Light 
Frederick Henry, painter, Gough st e of Eden 
Frederwald Jonas, hardware store, 32 Bond st s of Shakspeare 
Free Milton, cooper, Conway st w of Howard 
Freeberger John, tinner, Pitt st e of Front, dw Exeter near Pitt 
Freburger George, proprietor Central Hotel, n e cor Mercer and 

Grant sts 
Freeburger Henry, lieutenant of watch, C Perry st w of Eutaw 
Freeburger mrs Elizabeth, Montgomery st e of William 
Freeharty Hugh, s side Sterling st e of Mott 
Freeland, Hall St Geese, grocers, 2 Light st wharf 
Freeland Thomas H. of firm, dw Paca st e of L Greene 
Freeland Egbert, 'tobacco dealer, 94 s Sharp st 
Freeman Elizabeth, seamstress, Beuren st near Liberty alley 
Freeman Wm. P- block and pump maker, Thames st e of Philpot 
Freeman Samuel, tobacconist, Saratoga st w of Howard 
Freeman Josiah, carpenter, Harford av n of Ensor st 
Freeman Wm. H. attorney at law, Law buildings, St Paul st 
Freeman John, shoemaker. Mulberry ste of Cove 
Freise John, n side Fayette st e of Cove 
Freitag A. 34 St Paul st 
Freitman Moses, tailor, Caroline st n of Wilk 
French E. (or Mr. & Mrs.) prin. of school for both sexes, Har- 
rison st w side n of ]3altimore 
French Wm. butcher, North st near Belvidere bridge 
French Matthew, clerk, over s e cor Howard and Baltimore sts 
French mrs Mary L. teacher, Hollins st w of Poppleton 
French John C. umbrella maker, 33 South st 
Freshour Wm. shoemaker. Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Freshour Greenbury, butcher, w side Howard st n of Lombard 
Frey Rev. Joseph, Mulberry st 1 door e of Paca 



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Frey Susari;, George st e of Pine 

Frey Charles, baker. State st n of Franklin 

Frey E. & S, druggists, 251 Baltimore st 

Frey John B. grocer, inspector butter and lard, and plaister mill, 
York av^ n ol" Monument st. dvv Forest n of Monument 

Frey Samuel, cabinet maker, s e corner Eutaw and Lexington 
sts. dvv Lexington near Pearl 

Frey Gotleib, shoemaker, cor Eutaw and Montgomery sts 

Frey Wm. cabinet maker, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Freyer Elizabeth, dry goods store. Forest st n of Hillen 

Frial mrs Mary, Holliday st n of Bath 

Friary Andrew, shoemaker, s w cor Douglass and East sts 

Frick Wm. attorney at law, Fayette st betw St Paul and Charles 

Frick O'Donnell's (arm. Belle Air road 

Friedeman Dr. V. cor Charles and Montoromery sts 

Friedhofer Dr. Jacob, Hamburg st w of William 

Friederich Lawrence, cedar cooper, 83 n Howard st 

Friedrich John, proprietor Washington Monument Garden, (or 
Reservoir house,) n end Charles st n of Wash. Monum't 

Friend Alfred, grocer, corner Barnet and Charles sts 

Friendship Engine House, n Frederick st 

Fries George D, cutler. Liberty st. dw Baltimore st w of Pearl 

Friese Henry F. counsellor and attorney at law, 18 Fayette st. 
dw Hamilton st 

Friese Philip, justice of peace, dw Hamilton st e of Cathedral 

Frint Jacob, cooper, Hughes st e of Light 

Frisbie Catherine, Market st s of Fleet 

Frisby Mary, e side Eutaw st near Monument 

Frisch mrs C. fancy dress maker and tailoress, Lexington st be- 
tween Charles and Liberty 

Frise John H. surgical instrument maker, 1 New Church st 

Fritz Mullock, stevadore, s end Fell st 

Fritz Charles, shoemaker. Bond st n of Thames 

Fritz Geo. H. mt tailor and clothing store, Thames st e of Bond 

Frizel John B. w side Eutaw st near Madison 

Frizel Beale, farmer, Baltimore st w of Pine 

Frohlich George, cabinet maker, 10 Lancaster st 

Frost Dr. Henry, Planover st. entrance Uhler's alley 

Frush Levi, hackman, L Hampstead st w of Strawberry alley 

Frush Jacob, keeper of hacks & carriages, Caroline s of Lom'd 

Fry capt John H. Fleet st e of Ann 

Fry Benj. G. teacher, Biddle st near Richmond 
Fry Joseph, drover, Baltimore st e of Republican 

Fry Jas. H. ladies' shoe maker, Hollins st w of Amity 

Fry Gauntlet, clothier, 28 Pratt st 

Fryatt Susan, Neighbor st betw York and Harford avenues 

Fryer Elijah S. looking glass and picture irarae manufacturer, 2 

n Gay st. dw 24 n Frederick st 
Fryer Patrick, grocer, cor Wilk and Eden sts 
Fuchenburg George, labourer, Pratt st e of President 
Fulford A. L. cor Fraaklia and St Paul sts 




FUL 170 GAI 

Fulford Henry, jr. e side Front st s of Pitt 

Fuller & Pasterfield, house plumbers, Saratoga st op St Paul's ch. 

Fuller Wm. clerk. Mulberry st 2 doors w ol'Paca 

Fuller Philip, police officer, Ross st w of Eutaw 

Fuller Thomas, painter. Potter st n of Gay 

Fuller mrs E. M. fancy store, 8 e Baltimore st 

Fuller capt Horace, Wolf st s of Fleet 

Fuller capt Josiah, Market sts of Bank 

Fullerton George, drayman, Saratoga st e of Cove 

FuUerton mrs Rose, grocer, cor Charles st and Guilford alley 

Fulraach Christian, cabinet maker, 6 Albemarle st 

Fulman Gabriel, fender maker, Boston st Canton 

Fulton Moses, drayman, Harford avenue n of Madison st 

Fulton John, dvv Fayette st betw Liberty and McClellan 

•Fulton Dr. Robt. e side Sharp st betw Pratt and Lombard 

Fulton Thomas H. cotton man. Howard st n of Richmond 

Fulton mrs S. spooler. Amity st n of Lexington 

Fulton James, 156 Paca st 

Fulton James, clerk, Paca st w of the bend 

Fumbaugh Henry, blacksmith, Eden st s of Bank 

Fumslaugh Adam, labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 

Funk F. H. tailor, Aisquith st n of Madison 

Furlong Thomas, 80 w Pratt st 

Furlong John, manufacturer of nonpareil writing ink, n e corner 

Liberty and Fayetie sts — see advertisement page 5 
Furniss E. H. plaisterer, MuUikin st n e of Fairmount — see ad- 
vertisement page 27 
Fuss John Ci tinner, Carpenter's alley w of Howard st 
Fuss John, bank watchman, Carpenter's alley e of Eutaw st 
Fusselbaugh Wm. paints, oil, glass and paper hangings store, n 

w corner Gay and Exeter sts 
Fussell mrs C. s side Gay st w of High 
Fussell miss H. milliner, s side Gay st w of High 

CxAARHANT John, labourer, Greenwillow st near Penn av 

Gable John, firm McDowell & Gable, dw Exchange hotel 

Gable Henry, w side Gay st near Madison 

Gadd Charles, fisher, w of Cove st near Spring gardens 

Gadd Luther, shoemaker, Hanover st n of Henrietta 

Gaddes Adam, tailor, corner Sharp and Pratt sts. dw Mulberry w 

of Cohen alley 
Gaddes Alexander, marble cutter, s w corner Sharp and German 

sts. dw 1 door s of yard 
Gaddes Wm. Mulberry st 1 door e of Cohen alley 
Gade John, coach lace man. 29 n Gay st. dw w side Front st s 

ofHillen 
Gaehle Henry, piano maker. Forest st near French 
Gaffin Patrick, shoemaker, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
Gains John, clock dealer, HoUiday st s of Centre 
Gaither Geo. R. dry goods mt, 199 Baltimore st. dw Fayette st 

w of Eutaw 



GAI 171 GAR 

Gaither Fletcher, shoemaker^ Ensor st n of Monument 

Gaithers, Matthews &, Oulds, dry goods mts. 203 Baltimore st 

Gaither R. Fayette st 

Gaither Benj. bailiff, at Esq Blair's office 

Galand J. B. mt tailor, n side Lombard st e of Frederick 

Gales Priscilla, Wolfe st n of Fleet 

Gallagher & Monaghan, soap and candle factors, and grocers, 

44 Lexington ste of Howard 
Gallagher John, butcher, Beuren st n of French 
Gallagher Patrick, shoemaker, 30 n Frederick st 
Gallagher mrs C. dress maker, Eaststs of French 
Gallagher Richard, butcher, Penn avenue near Dolphin st 
Gallagher James, Holliday st n of Bath 
Gallagher Patrick, grocer, York st w of Light 
Gallagher James, tavern, cor Lerew's alley and Franklin st 
Gallagher Mrs. tailoress, Madison st w of Eutaw 
Gallagher Mrs. Jane, Orchard st near Ross 
Gallagher John, letter carrier, corner Ross and Orchard sts 
Gallagher Patrick, soap and candle seller, Eden st n of Monu't 
Gallagher Lucy, tailoress, s side French st e of" Exeter 
Gallagher R. butcher, e side Beuren st n of Liberty alley 
Gallagher John, baker, 30 Eutaw st 
Gallagher James, blacksmith, e side East st s of French 
Gallaway J. tobacconist, Eutaw st n of Franklin, dw Franklin 
Gallavvay mrs Mary, Eden st n of Bank 
Galloway Wm. engineer. Mulberry st w of Park 
Galloway mrs Mary, Johnson st n of '^'six gun battery'' 
Galloway Aquilla, tinner. Mulberry st w of Calvert 
Galloway Jehu, tobacconist, 22 Franklin st. dvv Eutaw st near 
Galloway John, fisherman, n side Fish market [Franklin 

Galloway Peter, carpenter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Gallop Catherine, milliner, e side Gays of East 
Gallop John F. piano makerj corner Pratt and Bond sts 
Gallup Rufus B. printer, Aisquith st s of Madison 
Gait Thompson, teacher, intersection of Harford av & Aisquith st 
Gait Elizabeth, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 
Gait Dr. John M. office w side Caroline st s of Pratt 
Galway Joshua, coppersmith, Calvert st s of Bath 
Gamble Margaret, s w corner Mercer and Grant sts 
Gamble mrs Jane, shop keeper, 56 n Gay st 
Gamble David, tavern, McHenry alley w of Poppleton st 
Gamble mrs Ann, Pitt st w of Canal 
Gamble Rev. JameSj at M. Mettee's, 21 n Gav st 
Gambral J. barber and variety store, York av n of Monument st 
Garabral Robert, chairmaker, York avenue n of Monument st 
Gambrill A. flour merchant, dw 148 n Eutaw si 
.Gambrill Thomas, feed store, Penn avenue s of Hoffman st 
Gambrill Chas. D. flour mt. 4 Light st. dw Greene s of German 
Games Lydia, corner Alice Anna st and Apple alley 
Gann Margaret, washer, n e corner Mercer and Grant sts 
Gardiner Wm. 8c George, ship builders, e end n side Lancaster st 



GAR 172 GAR 

Gardiner Wm. of firm, dw Market st n of Wilk 
Gardiner George, of firm, dvv Fleet st e of Washington 
Gardiner Wm. 3 Fish market space 
Gardiner Michael, ship carpenter, Washington st s of Fleet 

Gardiner chairmaker, 73 w Pratt st 

Gardiner Maria, dry goods store, Market st n of Lancaster 
Gardiner James, doctor's boatman. Star alley n of Fleet st 
Gardiner F. feather dresser, s w corner Frederick and Second sts 
Gardiner Wm. carpenter, 53 Albemarle st 
Gardiner Michael, ship builder, Wolfe st near Fell 
Gardiner Peter, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Gardiner George, tinner, George st w of Pennsylvania avenue 
Gardiner Francis, labourer, 2 Philpot st 
Gardiner James, second hand store, French st e of Exeter 
Gardiner James, shoemaker, corner Baltimore and Spring sts 
Gardner George S. carpenter, Gough st s of Gran by 
Gardner Ephraim, cooper, 66 Pratt st. dw 109 w Pratt 
Gardner B. F. dry goods mefrchant, 203 Baltimore st. dw Fay- 
ette st 2 doors w of Paca 
Gardner mrs Mary, Marion st e of Howard 
Gardner Jacob, labourer, w side Light st n of Henrietta 
Gardner John M. house and sign painter, corner North and Bal- 
timore sts. dvv French opposite Potter 
Gardner Franklin, dry goods merchant, 157i Baltimore st. dw 

Fayette near Pine 
Gardner Catharine, dress maker, s side French st e of Exeter 
Gardner Joseph, jr. painter, North st. dw French opp Potter 
Gardner John, 2d hand goods dealer, French st nearly opp Potter 
Gardner Wm- tailor, w side Paca st 2 doors n of Lexington 
Gardner Wm- shoemaker, e side High st s of Hillen 
Gardner Aiderson, wheelwright, Cross st w of William 
Gardner George, wheelwright, corner Charles and West sts 
Gardner Isaiah, wheelwright, Charles st s of Barre, dw Charles 

n of West 
Gardner James, carpenter, w side Frederick st s of Baltimore 
Garing James, chairmaker, Pratt st opp President 
Garland & Elvvell, com mts. 86 Bowly's wharf 
Garland N. dw St Paul st s of Mulberry 
Garland James, 74 n Calvert st 

Garner James, 2d hand dealer, s side French st e of Exeter 
Garraud E. confectioner, 78 Baltimore st 
Garrett Richard, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Lancaster st 
Garrett John, cabinet maker, 9 Alice Anna st 
Garrett Robt. & Sons, wholesale grocers and com mis. 32 n How- 
ard St. dw s side Fayette st w of Howard 
Garrett Joseph, labourer, Charles st s of Conway 
Garrett Wm. Lexington st e of Cove 
Garrett Thomas, grocer, e side Potter st s of Low 
Garretson Bennet, boot and shomaker, 249 Baltimore st 
Garreltson &, Holton, dry goods mts. 27 Baltimore st 
Garrettson James A. druggist, 22 w Pratt st 



GAR 173 GEL 

Garriden labourer, alley w of William st s of West 

Garrish Susanna, w side Li^ht st 3 doors s of Huorhes 
Garrott Wni. firm Ross & Garrott, dw Lexington st near Cove 
Garthwait Isaac, Photographic Daguerrotype likeness taker, 

over 97i Baltimore st 
Garus Harman, gardner, 45 Thames st 
Garvey John, grocery and liquor shop. Front st s of Hillen 
Gary Michael, carpenter. Wine st alley, dw 5 Mulberry st 
Gas Light Co. of Baltimore, office 28 North st betw Saratoga and 

Lexington, James Mowton, sec'y 
Gassaway Noah, grocer and produce merchant, w side Penn av 

n of Franklin st. dw Park st n of Mulberry 
Gassaway mrs Elizabeth, Eden st s of Pratt 
Gaston James, labourer, Preston st near Ross 
Gatch C. millwright, Columbia st e of Cove 
Gatch Conduce, millwright, Paca st w of L Greene 
Gatchell W. H. attorney at law, Court house lane, dw Franklin 

st 1 door w of St Paul 
Gatchell Dorcas, e Pratt st opp city spring 
Gatchell Augustus S. piano maker, w side Bond st s of Gough 
Gatchell John J. 12 s Exeter st 
Gate Catherine, baker, e side Exeter st n of Gay 
Gates Lawrence, huckster, Ross st opp Paca 
Gatz Christian, baker, Eutaw st s of Lee 
Gauline Joseph C. house painter, Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Gault Robert, type founder, Holliday st 4 doors s of Pleasant 
Gault mrs Sarah, tailoress. Union st near Ross 
Gavin Thomas, drayman, e side Spring st s of Pratt 
Gavit Stephen, carpenter, Ross st extended 
Gay mrs Celestine, Canal st n of L McElderry 
Gay James, engineer, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe * 
Gayle Robert, shoe store, 78 Pratt st 

Gebhard C, E. J. portrait painter, over 97 Bait. st. dw n High 
Gebhardt Frederick, tavern, 93 Bond st 
Geckler Godfrey, comb maker, 21 n Exeter st 
Geddes G. & C. looking glass and picture frame makers, 32 Fay- 
ette st e of Howard 
Geddes George, of firm, dw cor Eutaw st and West alley 
Gees Richard, plaisterer, New st w of Eutaw 
Gees George, printer, Ross st 1 door from Biddle 
Gees John, shoemaker, Moore's alley near Ross st 
G«es George, 119 n Eutaw st 
Gees Christopher, tailor, Amity st s of Baltimore 
Gegan Joseph, seaman. East st n of Piit 
Gehring John G. jeweller, s side Ensor st e of Town clock 
Gehrman Charles, tobacco and segar merchant, s side Exchange 

place, dw 31 n Gay st 
Geilfoose Theodore, tailor, President st n of Wilk 
Geisinger Capt. U. S. Navy, Lexington st between 

Charles and I^iberty 
Gelbach Geo. property and com. agent. North st opp Post office 
0* 



GEL 174 GIB 

Gelbach C. grocer, Forest st n of Monument 

Gelbach Geo. grocery and tavern, cor French and Beuren sts 

Geller John, w side Penn avenue n of Pearl st 

Gelston Henry, firm Eider, Gelston & Co. dw w side Paca st n 

of Mulberry 
Gemp George T. paver, Pierce st e of Cove 
Gennet L. watchmaker, 136 Baltimore st 

Gent Henry, ship carpenter, cor Armistead lane and William st 
George &, Hays, grocers and com mts. s side Exchange place 
George James, Howard st s of Centre 
George & Vates, com mts. 12 German st 
George Saml. K. of firm, dw Cathedral st n of Mulberry 
George A. & Co. grocers and com mts. cor How'd & Mulberry 
George mrs Archibald, dw cor State and Mulberry sts 
George Wm. E. & Son, hardware mts. at Thomas & Co's, 196 

Baltimore st 
George S. & Son, lumber mts. e side Greene st near Saratoga 
George John S. of firm, dw Conway st near Paca 
George Stephen, lumber mt. e side Greene st near Saratoga st 
George Mary Ann, n side Gay st e of Front 
George James B. shoemaker, 46 Centre market space 
George Isaac S. shoemaker, 64 Centre market space 
Geotz Rachel, s e corner Howard st and Getz alley 
Gerahty capt Peter, 24 Block st 

Gerard Geo. principal of female seminary, Franklin st w of Park 
Gerber Adam, labourer, corner Thames and Ann sts 
Gerdling Michaal, wheelwright, s side Phil, road near city line 
Gerhard J. A. 18 Penn av 
Gerhard Wm. tailor, 75 McElderry's wharf 
German Jonathan, inn keeper, n side Lombard st w of Concord 
German Frederick, ornam. painter, cor Pratt st and w falls av 
German Benjamin, plough maker, cor Pitt st and Strawberry al 
German & Beits, sailmakers, s end McElderry's wharf 
Germania Library Association, 40 n Howard st 
Geslbrd Wm. baker. Low st e of Forest 
Gesford mrs Susanna, Preston st near Ross 
Gesfbrd James, baker, Park st n of Saratoga 
Gettier Jacob, boarding house, Clay st e of Howard 
Gettier PL turner, Biddle st near Penn avenue 
Gettier Georcre, labourer, Biddle st near Ross 
Gettier mrs Mary, 16 Albemarle st 
Getty James, carpenter, 9 s Sharp st. dw 82 Saratoga 
Getty James, dry goods merchant, 55 n Howard st 
Geyer Jacob, carpenter, Ross st extended 
Gibbins Eliza, tailoress, n side Addison st w of High 
Gibbon Francis A. bricklayer, Ensor st n of Monument 
Gibbons John, cooper, German st e of Cove 
Gibbons John, carriage maker, Paca st s of Baltimore 
Gibbs A. C. 7 Barnet st 

Gibbs mrs Elizabeth, corner Marion and Eutaw sts 
Gibney R. dentist, 74 n Exeter st 



GIB 175 GIL 



Gibson Edmund, dw Lexino;ton st e of Pine 

Gibson Sally, laundress, Alice Anna st e of Market 

Gibson A. shoemaker^ rear of 44 n Frederick st 

Gibson James, e side Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 

Gibson | 60 Harrison st 

Gibson miais Frances, dress maker, 3 Holliday st 

Gibson m-^ E. fancy dress maker, cor Calvert and Mulberry sts 

Gibson Johin & Jons, dry goods mts. 8 n Charles st 

Gibson Chas. &c Edwd. [.dry goods mts. 9 n Charles st 

Gibson Dr. Charles Bell, 68 n Charles st 

Gibson mrs Mary, 25 n Liberty st 

Gibson Janies, 246 n Howard st 

Gibson capt James^ Fell st opposite Wolfe 

Gibson George, Madison st extended 

Gibson H. W. painter, corner Baltimore and Greene sis. dw 

George st w of Penn avenue 
Gibson James, lot opposite Ross st extended 
Gibson Dr. Geo. S. Park st s of Centre 
Gibson Joshua, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Gibson Wm. H. e side Front st s of Low 
Gibson Rachel, tailoress, York av n of Madison st 
Gibson John, ice dealer, w side Gay st s of Monument 
Gibson Wm. teacher Oliver Hibernian School, Potter st n of Gay 
Gibson Wm. jr. teacher of Public School No. 2, corner Market 

and Bank sts 
Gidelman Morris B. shoemaker, East st s of French 
Giese & Son, com and forw'g mts. w side Commerce st 
Giese Lewis W. H. of firm, corner Barre and Hanover sts 
Gieser Wm. tailor, n side Carpenter's al w of Howard st 
Giffin mrs Elizabeth, Conway st e of Eutaw 
Gifford Alexander, carpenter and builder. Union alley near Eden 

St. dw Silver e of Eden 
Gifford Thomas, carpenter, Orleans st e of Spring 
Gifford mrs Mary, Pitt st w of Caroline 
Gihner Henry, grocer, corner Eutaw and Conway sts 
Gilbec Catherine, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Gilbert Aquilla, carpenter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Gilbert Francis, 150 n Eutaw st 

Gilcoat Julia A. nurse; Liberty si betw German and Lombard 
Gildea Rev. J. B. pastor St Vincent de Paul's (Catholic) church, 

w side Front st 1 door n of the church 
Gildea John, wheat fan and bellows man. and agrlc. impl. man, 

53 s Calvert st. dw Albemarle s of Stiles — see adv. p. 14 
Gildoff Patrick, Liberty alley s of Monument st 
Giles Wm. cooper, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Giles Joseph, cooper, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Giles Wm. F. attorney at law. Law buildings, Lexington st 2d 

door w of St Paul, dw Baltimore st w of Ann 
Giles John R. confectioner, 98 Baltim.ore st 
Giles Gustavas, carpenter, McHenry alley e of Poppleton st 
Giles mrs Ann,J47 s High st 



GIL 176 GIL 

Gill Owen A. firm Martin Gillet & Co. dvv Saratoga st 1 door e 

of Pine 
Gill Bryson & Son, dentists, n w corner Hanover and Lonabard 

sts — see advertisement page 24 
Gill mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, n Frederick st near Bait. 
Gill Mrs. cupper and leecher, n w corner Lombard and Hanover 

sts. — see advertisement paore S2 
Gill Charles, confectioner, 17 Light st wharf, dw Charles st 
Gill miss Nancy, mantua maker, Camden st e of Sharp 
Gill Absalom, shoemaker, Henrietta st e of Hanover 
Gill John, late notary public, office 4'2 Lombard st opp Custom 

house, dw North st 4 doors n of Lexington 
Gill Margaret, Wilk st w of Eden 
Gill G. M. attorney at law, St Paul st n of Church lane 
Gill George, huckster, Market st s of Thames, County wharf 
Gill Jabez N. carpenter, Park st n of Franklin, dw Howard st 

near Madison 
Gill Joshua, Pierce st w of Chatworth 
Gill miss Nancy, mantua maker, Camden st e of Sharp 
Gill Wm. L. paying teller Merchants' Bank, dw Courtland st n 

of Pleasant 
Gill Nicholas, cooper, 14 Mulberry court, e of Rock st s of Sar. 
Gill Ezekiel, carpenter, cor Aisquith and Madison sts 
Gill Joshua, teacher of architecture and drawing, 141 Eutawst 
Gill Angelica, tailoress. East st n of Douglass st 
Gill James, forwarding and com mt. 75 Bowly's wharf 
Gill Gustavus, confectioner, Pratt st w of Eutaw, dw McHenry 

st e of Poppleton 
Gill John, wood dealer, 80 McElderry's wharf 
Gill mrs Sarah, Conway st e of Sharp 
Gill Elizabeth, seamstress, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 
Gillen Bryan, labourer, w end Saratoga st 
Gillen Dominick, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Gillespie Stephen, cabinet maker, s side Fayette st e of Calvert 
Gillet mrs Eliza, 51 n Eutaw st 
Gillet Martin & Co. com mts. 52 e Pratt st 
Gillet L. W. of firm, dw Paca st betw Saratoga and Mulberry 
Gillet Warrington, tea importer, e side Paca st near Saratoga 
Gillinghan Rosalinda, Lombard st w of Market 
Gillingham E. J. hardware and cutlery store, 71 w Lexington st 

dw cor Baltimore and Eutaw 
Gillingham mrs Mary, teacher, Hanover st s of Conway 
Gillingham George, grocer, corner Lombard and Exeter sts 
Gillingham Edward, engraver, w side Exeter st n of Lombard 
Gillingham & Jessop, importers of hardware, cor Pratt & Light 
Gillingham John, of firm, dw 101 w Lombard st 
Gillion York, tailor, Alice Anna ste of Wolfe 
Gilman Charles, attorney at law, s side Fayette st w of St Paul 
Gilmeyer Francis, grocer, corner Pearl st and Penn avenue, dw 

Pearl st s of George 
Gilmor Mrs. Monument square corner Court house lane 



GIL 177 GLO 

Gilmor Robert^ s side Second st e of South, dw s side Excliange 

place w of Gay st 
Gilpin Samuel, land agent, vv side High st n of Pitt 
Gilpin Margaret, Bank st e of Market 

Gilpin Henry L. carpenter, Mercer st near Calvert, dw Lom- 
bard st e of Exeier 
Ginniman Thomas, labourer, Johnson st s of Cross 
Ginnovan George, labourer. Wagon alley vv of Poppleton st 
Gintner John, grocer, s vv cor Low and Potter sts 
Giraud Dr. Augustus T. Lombard st w of Front 
Girding Henry, labourer, vv side Caroline st s of Wilk 
Girvin Robert, carpenter, cor Park and Saratoga sts 
Girvin James, grocer, cor Franklin and Eutaw sts. dw 166 Paca 
Gist Henry, tailor, Lewis st s of Orleans 

Gist Thomas W. foundryman, McHenry alley w of Poppleton st 
Gist Wm. prop. Eagle white lead works, corner Eutaw and Con- 
way sts. dw cor Conway and Sharp 
Gist Charles, shoemaker, Eutaw st s of Barre 
Gittings John S. president of Chesapeake Bank, dw over and ad- 
joining the Bank, North st 
Gittings Lambert, com mt. Exchange place e of Commerce st 
Gittings mrs Mary, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Given John, carter, 25 Alice Anna st 
Given George, clerk, 6 Charles st Spring court 
Given James, labourer, corner Front and Hillen sts 
Glaab George, shoemaker. Pearl sts of Lexington 
Glaab Peleg, tailor, w side East st n of Ensor 
Gladding Samuel, constable, Barre st e of Charles 
Gladson mrs Rebecca, intersection Harford av and Aisquith st 
Glan Robert W. grocer, n e corner Low and Forest sts 
Glandon Sarah, milliner, 62 s Charles st 
Glanville J. W. hatter, 50 Centre market space 
Glasco Matthew, machinist, w side Charles st 3 doors n of Pratt 
Glass Jon. ship joiner, Thames st. dw cor Thames & Caroline sts 
Glass Isaac, health commissioner, e side Bond st n of Gough 
Glass Thomas, shoemaker. Light st 4 doors s of Armistead lane 
Gleen Elijah B. carpenter, Baltimore st 2 doors e of Apple alley 
Glenn Wm. carpenter, Rabt)rg st vv of Cove 
Glenn John W. attorney at law, Court house lane, dw Charles st 

s of Lexington 
jGlenn Wm. C. lumber merchant. Liberty st s of Clay 
Glenn Joseph, shoemaker, Happy alley e side s of Fleet 
Glenn Samuel T. house and ship'painter. Bond st s of Baltimore 
Glenn John J. labourer, Caroline st n of Fleet 
Glenn Wm. tavern, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Globe Inn, cor Baltimore and Howard sts. Robt. M. Beam, prop. 
Glocker Theodore, clerk, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Gloninger Mrs. 4 St Paul st 
Gloninger M. milliner, 49 Baltimore st 
Glos John, baker, e side York avenue n of Madison st 
Glosar Tobias, cooper, MuUikin st n e of Fairmount 



GLO 178 GOO 



Glover Susan, seamstress^ e side Mercer st 5 doors e of Li^ht 

Glover VVni. blacksmith, York st w of Liwht 

Glov'er Thomas, biacksmilh^ Monument st e of Constitution 

Glover James, blacksmith, House's court, s of Conway st w of 

Glyne Henry, labourer. Union st near Ross [Charles 

Goardshell George, labourer, Amity st n of Baltimore 

Goard Alexander, lawyer, Fayette st near Charles, dw Franklin 

1 door w of Cathedral 
Gobbart Adam, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Annast 
Gobright mrs Louisa, w side Exeter st s of Baltimore 
Goddard Charles, proprietor of Gen. Wayne Inn, n vv corner 

Baltimore 5nd Paca sts 
Godfrey Mrs. huckster, Mott st s of Sterlinor 
Godfrey George, porter, corner Camden and Charles sts 
'Godman Mrs. Fayette st wof Holliday 
Godman John D. butcher, Hoffman st near Penn avenue 
Qodman Thomas, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Goff Wm. carter, w side Front st n of Hillen 
Goforth George W. bacon dealer, Aisquith st s of Low 
Gohlinghors Henry, tavern, Pratt st e of Jones's falls 
Gold Peter, 53 s Charles st 
Golder A. &, Son, importers and manufacturers paper hangings, 

33 Hanover st 
Golder Archibald, paper hangings merchant, 171 Baltimore st. 

dw Fayette w of Park 
Goldsborough N. W. dw Franklin st w of Park 
Goldsborough Wra. J. runner Farmers' and Planters' Bank, dw 

Ensor st s of Madison 
Goldsmith Elizabeth, n side Philadelphia road near city limits 
Goldsmith J. painter and glazier, Lexington st between Charle 

and Liberty 
Goldsmith Elizabeth, teacher, e side Potter st s of Gay 
Goldsmith A. L. clothing store, 31 Harrison st 
Goldsmith Raphael, shoemaker, 89 Bond st 
Goldsmith James, labourer, e side Potter st near Gay 
Goldsmith S. H- Calvert st s of Mulberry 

Goldsmith miss Betsy, w of Loney's lane n of e Monument st ext. 
Goldsmith Reuben, dry goods dealer, FeW st near Thanles 

Goldsmith milkman, Alice Anna st e of Market 

Golibart Joseph, sen. cooper. Wolfe st near Fell, dw Alice Anna 

w of Ann 
Golibart Joseph, jr. cooper, w side Ann st n of Wilk 
Good Wm. tailor, corner Calvert and Centre sts 
Goodacre Daniel, granite stone yard. President stnear Pratt, dw 

Albemarle s of Stiles 
Goodall Matthew, Calvert st s of Bath 
Gooden Michael, corner of Perry and L Paca sts 
Goodhand mrs Margaret, 8 Barnet st 
Goodhand John, s side Mercer st 4 doors e of Light 
Goodhart Thompson, tavern, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Goodison John, grocer, corner Caroline st and Mince alley 



GOO 179 GOR 

Goodman Henry, second hand dealer, 25 Fell st 

Goodman Edward C. shoemaker, n side Gay st e of Potter 

Goodman John, comb maker, & store keeper, Baltimore w of Pine 

Goodrick mrs Susan, 73 Albemarle st 

Goodwin Charles, clerk Mercliant's Bank, Saratoga st vv of Paca 

Goodwin John, blacksmith, Holliday st n of Bath 

Goodwin Lyde, dw St Paul st s of Pleasant 

Goodwin Miss, Aisquith st s of Chew 

Goodwin Wm. carpenter, Eden st n of Orleans 

Goodwin Caleb &. Co. ship builders, lower end McElderry's dock 

Goodwin C. dw Stiles st e of High 

Gooseberry Thomas, w Falls avenue s of Lombard st 

Gotthelf Leopold, cabinet maker, 8 Bond st 

Gordon Alexander, attorney at law, 34 w Fayette st 

Gordon J. R. & Co. commisson merchants, 76 Bowly's wharf 

Gordon John H. grocer, corner Pratt and Caroline sts 

Gordon David, baker, 62 n Frederick st 

Gordon Daniel, labourer, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 

Gordon Basil, Monument st w of Charles 

Gordon capt George, Gough st w of Wolfe 

Gordon Wm. tobacconist, Pine st n of Mulberry 

Gordon Dr. Jas, W. W. apothecary, s w cor How'd & Pratt sts 

Gordon Charles, watchman, Jefferson st e of Canal 

Gordon Catherine, Concord st betw Pratt and Lombard 

Gordon Catherine, seamstress, e side Beuren st n of Falls 

Gordon Joseph, cooper, 81 n Greene st 

Gordon George W. agent for sale of vinegar, grain, &c. Pratt st 

between South & Cheapside, dw cor Gough and Eden sts 
Gordon Joseph, labourer, Douglass st w of Potter 
Gordon Wm. H. ornamental painter, e side Lloyd st n of Lom'd 
Gordon Dennis, shoemaker, Humes st near Exeter 
Gordon James W. W. druggist, corner Pratt and Howard sts. 

dw Pratt st w of Sharp 

Gorhman — coachmaker, n side Water st w of Calvert 

Gorman mrs Mary, weaver, Mulberry st w of Poppletoii 

Gorman John, labourer, Pierce st e of Cove 

Gorman & Allen, morocco dressers, Breidebaugh alley 

Gorman Nicholas, labourer, Pierce st e of Cove 

Gorman Christian, w side Potter st n of Low 

Gorman John, tavern, Wilk st e of Caroline 

Gormley John, distiller, Pine st n of Pierce 

Gorr John, scissors grinder, cor Thames and Ann sts. dw Ann 

st n of Thames 
Gorrell George W. chair manuf. s e cor Fleet and Market sts. 

dw Caroline st n of Pratt 
Gorsuch Nicholas M. hatter, 80 Pratt st. dw Canal sts of Gough 
Gorsuch Mrs A. e side Gay st s of Potter 
Gorsuch Lowry F. hatter. Clay st w of Lexington 
Gorsuch John, carpenter, w side High st n of Pitt 
Gorsuch Mrs Sarah, seamstress, cor New and Jasper sts 
Gorsuch Samiielj Wilk st e of Wolfe st 



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Gorsuch Wm. G. carpenter, Courdand st s of Pleasant, dvv Eu- 

tavv St s of Mulberry 
Gorsuch James, ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Alice Anna 
Gorsuch Mrs Sarah, Cove st n of Mulberry 
Gorsuch Robert, Monument st w of Aisquith 
Gorsuch S. blacksmith, alley 3d door from Madison st e of Ensor 
Gorsuch Peregrine, justice of peace, Ensor st e of Engine house, 

dw Canal st n of Orleans 
Gorsuch Thomas & Son, grocers, s e cor Gay and Potter sts 
Gorsuch Theodore, firm ditto, dvv do do do 

Gorsuch Stephen, blacksmith, e from Ensor st s from Madison 
Gorton Mrs Phcebe, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Goslinj^ Thomas, labourer. Cove st s of Franklin 
GosnelT P. H. firm Martin, Mathers & Co. dvv Pine st n of Vine 
Gosnell Talbot, carpenter, Franklin st e of Park, dw cor Chats- 
worth and Franklin sts 
Gosnell Mrs Rebecca, Pine st n of Chesnut alley 
Gosnell &. Devries, dry goods merchants, n w cor Baltimore and 

Howard sts 
Gosnell L. W. firm ditto, dw 81 Paca st 
Gosnell Wm. shoemaker, Ensor st n of Monument 
Gossick Mary, nurse, Lombard st w of Bond 
Gothrop James, shoemaker, Sarah Ann st u of Pine 
Gott Thomas J. property agent, s side Second st near Exchange, 

dvv Exeter st s ol Baltimore 
Gotthelf Leopold, cabinet maker, w side Front st n of Gay 
Gough Thomas, grocer, cor Orleans and Canal sts 
Gouo^h Wm. carter, vv side Front st n of Hlllen 
Goukl James, teacher, Lexington st betw Calvert and North sts. 

dw Cove st n of Franklin 
Gould Mrs T. Franklin Bank buildmgs, North st 
Gould Eli, artificial flower manufactory, 71 w Pratt st 
Gould James, watch jewelry and fancy store, 136 Baltimore st. 

dw cor Franklin and Charles sts 
Gould Moses, druggist, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Gould Daniel T. shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Gould Mrs Lydia A. variety store, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Gould Mary Ann, tailoress, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 
Gould Zaccheus, shoemaker, Conway st w of Sharp 
Gould John J. Lee st e of Howard 
Gould Alexander, e side Light st s of West 
Gould A. w side Light st 2d door n of West 
Gould Mr. & Mrs. writing rooms, over 97 Baltimore st 
Gould capt Henry, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Gould P. F. (steam saw mill, Montgomery st) w side Light 3 

doors n of Montgomery 
Goulden Barney, shoemaker, Armistead lane w of William st 
Gouley Louis, vegetable medicine store, 21 i Baltimore st betw 

Frederick and Harrison sts — see advertisement, page 26 
Gourlay George, blacksmith, e side Commerce st 
Gover & Purvis, brokers, 169 Baltimore st 



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Gover G. P. firm ditto, dw Aisquith st n of Comet 

Gover Samuel H. auctioneer, cor Market space and Lombard st. 

dw High st s of Lombard 
Grace Jacob A. shoemaker, cor Aisquith and Madison sts 
Grace Wm. Happy al n of Goush st 
Grace John, iron founder, Wilk st w of President 
Grace John, Wolle st n of Wilk 
Gracey Henry, carpenter, cor Aisquith and Orleans sts 
Grady James, porter, Holliday st s of Pleasant 
Grady Patrick, drayman. Gravel al s of Franklin st 
Graff Frederick B. vffce consul of Sweden and NorwaV, and 

com. mt. 38 s Gay st 
Grafflin S. D. morocco man. ne cor Cheapside and Lombard st 
Grafft Goilieb, Balona sausai^e maker, Hoffman st near Ross 
Graft F. blacksmith, Hookstown road, dw Biddle st near P. av 
Graft Mrs Araminta, w side Ann st n of Fleet 
Grafton Mark, Fayette st 3d door e of Liberty 
Grafton Martha, fancy store, 13 e Baltimore st cor Front 
Graham Wm. imp. chain cables, 77 Smith's wharf, dw Sarato- 
ga 3t e of St Paul 
Graham Mrs Matilda, St Paul st s of Pleasant 
Graham Miss, Howard st n of Franklin 
Graham Andrew, 234 n Howard st 
Graham John, Madison st e of Cathedral 
Graham Eilis C. carpenter, e side Beuren st n of Liberty alley 
Graham John, painter, Liberty al n of Monument st 
Graham Mrs Ann, Charles st s of York 
Graham George, mariner, Fleet st e of Washington 
Graham & Spedden, ship joiners, Philpot st 
Graham Wm. firm ditto, dw Philpot st w of Thames 
Graham Mrs Hamilton, Pratt st e of Exeter 
Graham J. & R. grocers and com. mis. 88 Dugan's wharf 
Graham Mrs boarding house, 5 s Sharp st 
Graham Mrs Elizabeth, State st n of Franklin 
Grammar Mrs Eliza, Baltimore st n side e of Exeter 
Grandrulh Gustavus, dewier in old iron, 18 Bond st 
Granger John, painter, Perry st e of Howard 
Granger Henry, s side Lombard st 3 doors e of Eutaw st 
Graninger John, tailor, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Graninofer John, confectioner, Penn av near Union st 
Grant Xenophon, hatter, 70 n High st 
Grant Jane, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Grant George W. Albemarle st n of Stiles 
Grassell Mrs Bridget, Fort avenue opp Powder house 
Grantlemeyer John, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Grape John, shoemaker. Union st near Ross 
Grape George, carpenter, Monument st e of Ensor 
Grape Jacob, East st s oi' French 
Grape John, carter, e side Potter st s of Gay 
Grape Jacob, Baltimore st s side w of Canal 
Grason John, carter, Conway st e of Cove 
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GRA 182 GRE 

Grason George, carter, Lee st e of Sharp 

Grason Thomas, huckster, cor Eutaw and Montgomery sis 

Grata Auguste, labourer, 45 Thames st 

Gratz Mrs S. L. Mulberry st 1 door e of Paca 

Gravenstine James, w side Gay st n of Monument 

Graver Henry, tinner, Centre st e of St Paul 

Graves Dr John J. cor Fayette and L Sharp sts 

Graves George, superviser on rail road, Cove st s of Pratt 

Graves Robert, carpenter, e side Bond st n ofWilk st 

Gray Edward, n Calvert st betw Saratoga and Lexington sts 

Gray Mrs Esther, 32 St Paul st • 

Gray Mrs Mary Ann, grocer, s w cor Cove and Baltimore sts 

Gray Richard, '^stone cutter, Harford av n of Aisquith st 

Gray Wm. F. hatter, Thomsen st e of Friendship 

Gray Sarah, washer, e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Gray Henry W. justice of peace, n side Lombard st betw Light 

and Calvert, dw ne cor Conway and Sharp sts 
Gray James, brickmaker, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Gray Mrs Walton, Pratt st e of High 
Gray John, Pralt st w of Caroline 
Gray John W. sailmaker, Lombard st e of Bond 
Gray John, Wolfe st n of Fleet 

Gray Wm. sailmaker, Carr's wharf, dw Market st. cor Wilk 
Gray capt Adam, e side Exeter st s of Granby 
Gray Cecelia, 51 Holliday st 
Gray George, over 1 e Water st opp Cheapside 
Gray Wilhelmina, botanic medical store. 23 e Water st 
Gray Elizabeth, caner, over 1 Water st 
Grayless Mrs Mary, tailoress, Monument st w of Ensor 
Grays Lewis, vsegar niaker, York st e of Hanover 
Great Geo. W. saddler, Preston st near Penn av 
Greatfield John, carpenter, 57 Clay st 
Greble Benjamin, potter, w side Ensor st n of Monument, dw 

Hartbrd av s of Madison st 
Green John, carpenter, 41 Fayeite st e of Howard 
Green Mrs Jane, grocer, cor Saratoga and Howard sts 
Green J. boot and shoemaker, 96 n Howard st 
Green George M. carpenter, Mulberry st betw Pine and Pearl 
Green Edw. stone cutter, Pratt st. dw Monument st w of Park 
Green Emily, Inloes al w ol' Park st 
Green George, millwright, Greenwillow st near Penn av 
Green Thomas, labourer, Cathedral st extended 
Green Henry, varnisher, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Green George W. painter, Holland st w of Canal 
Green John, silversmith, Mullikin st e of Eden 
Green Abrm. grocer, dw Monument st e of, Ensor 
Green Mary, grocer, s w cor Hillen and Potter sts 
Green Sarah, seamstress, e side Beuren st n of Monument 
Green Wm. R. currier, n side Hillen st 2d door w of High 
Green Henry, shoemaker, e side Front st n of Pitt 
Green Thomas, n side O alley 



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Green Mary, seamstress, s side Mercer st 5th door e of Light 
Green Samuel, shoemaker, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Green Jacob, lime and feed store, n side Gay e of Exeter 
Green Abr. grocer, s w cor Forest and Hillen sts. dw Monu'nt 
Green Amon & Go. wadding and batts raanuf. w side Potter st 

s of French 
Green Susannah, seamstress, 29 n Exeter st 
Green Charles B. grocer, 120 n High st. dw High st n of Gay 
Green T. i2lh ward oyster house, under cor German and Paca 
Green Richard C. grocer, cor L Paca si and Burgundy alley 
Green Mrs Charlotte, Eufavv st opp Shot Tower 
Green John, sawyer, Perry st w of Sharp 
Green Charles, mariner, 91 Fleet st 
Green Betsy, Gough st w of Bond 
Green Wm. Baltimore st e of Caroline 
Green Eliza, e side Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Green Andrew, market dealer, Eden st e side s of Pratt 
Green M. A. boarding house, w side Gay st n of Second 
Green Mrs Ann, boarding house, over 37 South st 
Green James, mathematical and philosophical instrument maker, 

53 South st — see advertisement, page 15 
Green John, rope maker, w side Light sts of West 
Green bam M. 29 Harrison st 
Greenbaugm Nathan, e side Ann st s of Fleet 
Greener Frederick, clerk, cor Canal and L McElderry sts 
Greenfield A. H. hardware mt. 76 w Lexmgton st. dw corner 

Eutaw and Lexington sts 
Greenfield Thomas, ship joiner, cor High and Stiles sts 
Greenfield Ashbury, shoemaker. Wagon al s of Eutaw st 
Greenough B. F, patent lamp and chemical oil store, 99i Bait, st 
Greensfelder Bernard, variety store, 35 Baltimore st 

Greenstein , brass founder, Fell st s of Thames 

Green way E. JNf. Mount Vernon place, cor Charles and Mon't. 

Greenway E. M & Co. mts. over 23 s Charles st 

Green well Miss Ann, Pitt st w of Canal 

Green well James, Happy al w side s of Alice Ann 

Greenwood Thomas, fisher. Gross st e of Johnson 

Greenwood Wm. file cutter, Paca st s of Lombard 

Greenwood Joseph, ropemaker, Cross st w of William 

Greer Mrs Jane, grocer, 287 n Howard st 

Gregg Mrs. HoHiday st s of City Hall 

Gregg Mrs Elizabeth, Franklin st e of Cathedral 

Gregg Andrew & Co. grocers and produce mts. cor Frankhn st 

and John al. dw Andrew G. Franklin st near Cathedral 
Gregg John & James, firm ditto, do do 

Gregg Miss R, dress nnaker, 52 Lombard st 
Gregory Mrs. washer, 7 Mercer st 
Gregory Wm. plaisterer, Hollins st e of Amity 
Gregory Henry M. painter, s of Wilk st and w of Exeter St on 

City Property 
Gregory Joseph, Henrietta st e of Charles 



GRE 184 GRI 

Gregory Amos, grocer, cor Charles and York sts 
Gregory Joseph, shoemaker, e side Light st s of Sugar al 
Gregory James, ship carpenter, Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Gremm J. cab. maker, Collins's court rear Saratoga w of Cove 
Gremminger Joseph, cordvvainer, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Grentrup F. bookbinder, n vv cor Lombard and HoUingsworth sts 
Grete Frederick, milkman, Aisquith st extended 
Greve Joseph, painter, Saratoga st w of Park 
Graves David & Son, grocers, 1 Market st e side, d\v 3 ditto, 

known as County wharf 
Greever G. cooper, Franklin st. dw e side Paca st near Franklin 
Grey John, carter, AVolfe st n of Alice Anna st 
Grey John, keeper of Light house at Lazaretto, dw Canton, on 

City line 
Grey Francis W. sailmaker, e side Bond st n of Lombard st 
Gridley John, lottery dealer, n side Gay st e of Front 
Gridley & Co. lottery and exchange office, 4^ n Calvert st 
Gridley Mrs. 54 n Liberty st 
Grier Isaac, 91 n Calvert st 

Grier Mrs. Eleonor, n Howard st betw Monument and Ross 
Greiss Tobias, shoemaker, s w cor York av and Madison st 
Griest M. grocer. Light st wharf 21, dw Hill st w of Charles 
Grieves James, super't. of screw dock, dvvMarketst near Wilk 
Griffin VVm. butcher, Canton, e of Harris's creek 
Griffin Lynch, tavern, s side Fish market cor Concord st 
Griffin Richard, coachsmith, Etna lane, dw 50 n Exeter st 
Griffin John, bricklayer, Franklin st2d door w of Chatsworth 
Griffin Thomas, labourer, e side Charles st 2d door s of Camden 
Griffin Miss R. milliner, cor Holliday and Fayette sts 
Griffin John, grocer, Ross st w of Jasper 
Griffin Carval, tobacconist, 9 Jackson's court betw Saratoga and 

Lexington sts e of Rock 
Griffin E. T. firm S. D. Walker & Co. dw Pearl st n of Mulb. 
Griffin Susan, w side Bond st s of Baltimore 
Griffin Jacob, butcher, Monument st e of Eden 
Griffin John, shoe store, Market st n of Alice Ann 
Griffin James, fisher. Strawberry al s of Orleans st 
Griffin George, cabinet maker, York st e of Howard 
Griffin capt Levi, mariner. Sterling st e of Mott 
Griffin Robt. B. firm Hall & Griffin, Baltimore st. d\v85 Conway 
Griffiss James, cabinet maker, s side Gay st near Mott 
Griffiss Edward, box maker, w side High st s of Hillen, dw e 

side High n of Hillen 
Griffith Howard, cor Eutaw and Fayette sts 
Griffith Robert, wood seller, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Griffith Levi, boot and shoemaker, 49 Harrison st 
Griffith John, mariner, Stiles st \v of Gough 
Griffith A. boarding house. Monument square e side, Calvert st 
Griffith R. R. & Co. hardware mts. 243i Baltimore st 
Griffith Romulus R. firm ditto, dw cor Franklin and St Paul sts 
Griffith Thomas, slater, Liberty st e side n of Baltimore 



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Griffith Rev Alfred, w side Exeter st n of Low 

Griffith J. & H. tailors, 4 s Frederick st 

Griffith Mrs Isabella, huckster, Hoffman st near Ross 

Griffith Israel, dry goods mt. 213 Baltimore st cor Sharp, dw 

Sharp st e side 3 doors s of Lombard 
Griffith G. S. & Bro. upholst'rs. and paper hangers, lOOi Bait, st 
Griffith G. S. firm ditto, dw 22 Albemarle st 
Griffith A. G. firm ditto, dw German st w of Pena 
Griffith Mary, e side Bond st n of Fleet 
Griffith Mrs, Aisquith st s of Douglass 
Griffith Stephen, grocer, cor Eden and Silver sts 
Griffith Henry A. marble cutter, Gough st n of Granby 
Griffith Sarah, boarding house, Jasper st near Lexington 
Griffith Wm. straw cutter. Forest st n of the Penitentiary 
Griffith Charles, Dover st w of Paca 
Griffith Mrs Eliza, Conway st e of Warner 
Griffith R. H. Light st wharf, dw Green st s of German 
Griffith Mrs Susan, Barre st e of Sharp 
Griffith John, Barre st e of Sharp 
Griffith Ann, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Griffith George, millwright, Lee st w of Light 
Griggs James, pilot, 58 s Exeter st 
Griggs George, pilot, Gough st w of Bond 
Griggs Wm, pilot, e side Bond st s of Gough 
Grillet James, porter, s side Second ct e of Gav — keeper of 

"ChesiiutHill Dairy-'' 
Grim John, labourer, Perry st w of Sharp 
Grimes John, Holland st w of Lewis 
Grimes Ann, cor Shakspeare st and Argyle alley 
Grimes Charles, Waterloo row, Calvert st 
Grimes Hush, labourer, n side French st 2d door s of Const'n. 
Grinbarim Wm. grocer, Saratoora st e of Poppleton 
Grindall Josiah, wood corder, 21 New Church st 
Grindell John T. overseer Md chemical works, Montgomery st 

e of Light 
Grindle Mrs Ann, cor Chatsworth and Pearce sts 
Grinell Charles A. firm Tifiany, Fite & co. dw Eutaw st n of 

Saratoga, w side 
Grinnell Chas. C. bailiff at Barnard's office Frederick st. dw n 

side French st near Potter 
Griswold Lyman, wheat fan maker, Lee st w of Hanover 
Griswold August W. agent for ^^Harnden's & Go's. Express," 

2 Calv^ert st w side, dw Exeter 
Groo Ann, Saratoga st 1 door e of Greene 
Grohe George, tailor, 9 Union st 
Groley Peter, rigger. Block st w of Wills 
Grolter John, tailor, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Grom Conrad, carpenter, 8 Lancaster st 
Groober Jacob, 105 Camden st 
Grooms Wm. plaisterer, e side Gay st near Mott 
Grooms Reekie, huxter, s w cor Ensor and Mott sts 
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GRO 186 GUE 

Groon Mary, Strawberry al s of Fleet, st 

Groover Martin, carter, Perry st w of Howard 

Grooves John, pocket book maker, Neighbor st betw York and 

Harford avenues 
Groscup Joseph M. frrocer, tea^ wine and liquor mt. n w cor 

Harrison and Baltimore sts. dw w side Front st s of Low 
Groscup F. tavern, Lombard st n side w of Market space 
Gross Christian, tinner, 80 Harrison st 
Gross Lewis, locksmith, s side Low st e of Front, dw w side 

Hicrh st n of Pitt 
Gross John, tin and sheet iron worker, 64 Howard st cor Clay, 

dw Mulberry st near Pine 
Gross Cornelius, Pratt st extended 
Gross Michael, carpenter, dw Madison st near Biddle 
Gross Wm. stone mason, Ross st extended 
Gross Lewis, jr. com. mt. 2 Spear's wharf, 2d floor 
Gross R. C. carpenter, n side Carpenter's al 1 door e of Eutaw 
Gioss Geo. W. blacksmith, Baltimore st near Cove 
Gross Mary, washer, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
Gross John I. auctioneer and com. mt. w side Front st 2d door 

n of Gay, and over s w cor Gay and Front 
Gross Mrs R. milliner, s side Gay st near the Bridore 
Gross Wm. fish dealer, w side Ensor st 1 door n of Madison 
Gross Jacob, com. mt. dw s side Gay st near the Bridge 
Grottz Peter, 73 Bond st 
Grove Jacob F. 21 s Charles st. commission paper warehouse, 

successor to Otis Spear — see advertisement, page 19 
Grove Mrs. vv side Green st n of Fayette 
Grover Jacob, Canal st e side s of Orleans 
Groverman A. 83 s Sharp st 
Groves Mrs C. Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Grubb John, cedar cooper, alley s of Biddle st near Ross 
Grubb G. cedar cooper, 293 Baltimore st. dw German e of Pine 
Grubb Wm. morocco dresser, n side Hillen st w of Front — see 

advertisement, page 15 
Grubb John, Hamburg st w of William 
Grubbs Thomas B. confectioner, cor Pratt and Howard sts 
Gruber Martin, carter. Perry st w of Howard 
Gruber Jacob, blacksmith, William st s of Hughes 
Gruber Jacob, 105 Camden st 

Gruver & Costalay, cedar coopers, Franklin st 1 door e of Paca 
Gruver Geo. dw Paca st n of Franklin 
Guckart John, carter, Eden st s of Bank 
Gudgeon Wm. seaman, Hill st e of Charles 
Guekart John, carter, Eden st s of Bank 
Guerand F. dyer and scourer, 102 n Howard st — see adv. p 6 
Guerdon mrs Sarah, 119 s Sharp st 
Guest Henry, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove ' 
Guest Samuel, collector, Lee st w of Hanover 
Guest Rev. Job, preacher in charge of city station M, E. church. 
Wine st rear of Liirht st church 



GUI 187 HAC 



Guildener mrs Hannah, n w cor Clay and Liberty sts 

Guiton Wm. cabinet maker, 74 n Howard st 

Guiton Wm. o;rocer, corner Gay and Potter sts — successor to 

J. J. Amos 

Gumbo gardener, Scott st n of West 

Gumhauser John, shoemaker, Wolf alley ii of Conway st 

Gumpp Simon, cor Ann and Lancaster sts 

Gunby mrs Mary, lailoress, Orleans st w of Canal 

Gunby capt James, e side Ann st n of Thames 

Gunn mrs Ann, Columbia ste of Scott 

Gunn Mrs. boarding house, e side Howard st betw German and 

Gunn Dr. J. P. Howard st n of Lombard [Lombard 

Gunnison Wra. com mt. 101 Bowly's wharf, dw Mulberry st e 

of Lerew's alley 
Gunpowder (Bait.) Go's office, 16 n Frederick st. J. Jamison, pres. 
Guntlach George, shoemaker, Conway st w of Howard 
Gurbers Christian, mead manufacturer, 41 w Pratt st 
Gurney Gridley, shoemaker, Eden st s of Holland 
Guthrie Joseph, mariner, Fleet st e of Anne 
Guy Wm. & John, jr. Monument house, corner Fayette st and 

Monument square 
Guy James R. drayman, French st opp East 
Guyer Rev. John, at C. H. Cole's, Columbia ste of Cove 
Guyer John J. shoemaker, York st e of Hanover 
Guy ton & Hyde, dry goods dealers, 58 Hanover st 
Gwinn Hannah, n e cor Hillen and Exeter sis 
Gwynn mrs Charles, 60 n Charles st 
Gwynn Wm. attorney at law, Courtland st cor Dark lane 
Gwynn Charles, firm Sangston, Whitely & Co. dw w side Sharp 

st betw Camden and Hanover 
Gwynn Wm. engineer. Baltimore st e of Republican 

xIAARHOLD Fredk. cabinet maker, Orchard st near Ross 
Habberset Wm. carpenter, w side Potter st n of Gay, dw Lex- 
ington st e of Pine 
Habbersett Henry, hotel, e side High' st s of Gay 
Habersham Wm. com mt. w side Frederick st n of Pratt, board- 

ini? Exchange hotel 
Haborn Henry, shoemaker. Cove st n of Franklin 
Hachtel Leonhardt, shoemaker, York st e of Charles 
Hack Andrew & Sons, grocers, 34 n Howard st. dw Lexington 

betw Pine and Cove 
Hack & Ruthrauff, wholesole dry goods mts. 266 Baltimore st 
Hack Frederick, of firm, dw Pine st n of Raborg 
Hack mrs Ann Maria, "American House," 40 w Pratt st 
Hacke Nicholas, sugar refiner, alley betw Gay and Monument 

sts. running from Aisquith to Mott 
Hackney Mary A. tailoress, George st w of Penn. avenue 
Hackney Wm. cooper, Ross st near Biddle 
HackstaffE. H. 37 Baltimore st 
Hacner Valentine, gardener, cor Schroeder and HolUns sts 



HAD 188 HAL 

Hadaway Oakley, shipwright, cor Gouorh and Eden sts 

Hadaway Albert, mariner, wside Sprincpst n of Bank 

Hadley Wesley, cabinet maker, Raborg st e of Cove 

Hadley Mary/6 Block St 

Haesbaert Rev. John, pastor 2d German Lutheran church, dw 

14 Lexington st vv of Charles 
Hagan Charles, fruit dealer, s \v cor Sharp and Baltimore sts 
Hagan Charles, labourer, Sterling st n of Monument 
Hagan Owen, liquor store. Bank st e of Exeter 
Hagan Mark, grocer, cor Wilk and Spring sis 
Hagan Michael, Raborgste ofSchroeder 
Hagan Dennis, labourer. Pierce stw of Cove 
Hagan James, Holliday st n of Bath 
Hagan John H. confectioner, 3 n Howard st 
Hager G. W. carpenter. Monument st. dw Gay n of Monument 
Hagerty Andrew, cooper, w side Canal st n of Short alley 
Hagerty Edward, starch dealer, w side High st n of Stiles 
Hagerty James, shoemaker, 2-2 Centre market space 
Hagerty mrs James, dr\^ goods dealer, 22i Centre market space 
Hagerty John, clothier, 28 Centre market space cor Second st 
Hagerty James, shoe maker, 9 s Calvert st. dw Lovely lane 
Hagger & Brother, mathematical instrument makers, 57 South st 
Hagger J. W. of firm, dw Barre st w of Hanover 
Hagley John, labourer. Union st near Ross 
Hagner George, tobacconist, Rock st n of Lexington 
Hagthrop Edward, w side Bond st s of Lombard 
Hagthrope Edward, miller, Lombard st e of Spring 
Hagy John, carpenter. Rock st n of Lexington 
Hahn Henry, painter, Fayette st 1 door e of Liberty 
Hahn John, cooper. Cove st s of Baltimore 
Hahn Wm. butcher, Mulliken st e Bond 
Hahn Mrs. Lexington st e of Sharp 
Hahn Edward, butcher, Orleans st w of Strawberry alley 
Hahn Harman, tailor, Marion st e of Howard 
Hahn Henry, painter, Saratoga st 2 doors w of Park 
Hahn John, mt tailor, dw 13 New Church st 
Hahn Adolphus, cooper, Park si s of Lexington 
Hahn Wm. wagoner, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Haig mrs Margaret, Lexington st e of Howard 
Haight Grove, confectioner, cor Orleans st and Strawberry alley 
Hakell Anthony, labourer, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Haksley Wm. J. carpenter, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Halback Charles, cutler, grinder, and surgical instrument maker, 

s side Gay st adjoining the bridge 
Halbert Edward D. grocer, s e cor Douglass and Forest sts 
Halbert George, clothing store, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Hale Wesley, chair maker. Low st e of Exeter 
Hale Elias, clocks and fancy variety store, 9 Baltimore st 
Hale Charles W. chair maker. Liberty alley s of Falls st 
Hale Edward, bricklayer. Canal st s of L McElderry 
Hale Wm. H. bricklayer, e side Howard st 3 doors n of Perry 



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Hales Norris, organ builder, n side Gay st e of Front 

Haley M. J. milliner, n side Ensorst e of East 

Haley mrs Frances, huckster, 9 Bond st 

Haley Ann, e side Caroline st n of Gough 

Halfpenny Samuel, machinist, Washington st s of Fleet 

Hall miss Caroline, boarding house, Fayette st w of Liberty 

Hall Ann R. e side Ann st n ol' Alice Anna 

Hall Dr. R. W. 16 Lexington st betw St Paul and Charles 

Hall Joseph, shoemaker, Eden sts of Bank 

Hall Dr. B. Rush, olfice basement Lexington st w of St Paul 

Hall Joseph, dry goods store, n e cor Lexington and Amity sts 

Hall Chaiies, Lexington st e of Cove 

Hall D. W. Lexington st e of Pine 

HallJohn, shoemaker, cor Fleet and Ann sts 

Hall John M. grocer, 73 Calvert st. dvv Gough w of Caroline 

Hall capt John, cor Pratt st and Strawberry alley 

Hall Edward, ^avern keeper, 49i Harrison st 

Hall captiHenry L. High st s of Trinity 

Hall Sl CQvington, carpenters, Holliday st n of Saratoga 

Hall Aaroh, carpenter, 13 Maiden lane 

Hall Jam?s, Sharp st 

Hall Elizabeth, Bank st w of Caroline 

Hall Johtti, cor St Paul and Hamilton sts 

Hall mrs E. boarding house, 41 South st 

Hall Preston, machinist, e side Tripolett's alley near Second st 

Hall miss Louisa, Pratt st vv of Gough 

Hall Carter, Monument st w of Park 

Hall Thos. J. com mt. 2 Light st wharf, dw Siiarp st 

Hall miss Jane, Pratt st w of Gough 

Hall Ellis, shoemaker, Uidon st near Ross 

Hall R. H. com mt. 6 Light st vvhf. dw Penn avenue 

Hall George, Market st s" of Fleet 

Hall S. B.'Pearl st s of Fayette 

Hall R. M. & Co. auctioneers and com mts. 24 s Charles st 

Hall Richard, of firm, dw Baltimore st e of Harrison 

Hall Edward, e sicje Bond st w of Pratt 

Hall Geo. H. boot, shoe and bonnet mt. 175 Baltimore st 

Hall Robert, e side Gay st s of Baltimore 

Hall John, ship carjDenier, Mullikin st e of Bond 

Hall Israel, shoemaker, s side-Second st e of Gay 

Hall Richard, cabinet maker, cor Orleans and Bond sts 

Hall & Co. over 16 German sts 

Hall C. A. of firm, dw Monument st 

Hall Thos. W. of firm, dvv Charles st s of Pleasant 

Hall John W. dw Orleans st w of Eden 

Hall J. M. Monument st w of Constitution 

Hall John, shoemaker. Monument st e of Spring 

Hall John H. tailor, n side Gay st e of Front, dvv Madison e of 

Hall John, saddler, Madison st w of Canal [Aisquith 

Hall Walter T. 60 Pitt st 



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Hall Nathaniel, chocolate factory, near cor Pitt and Caroline sis 

dw Pitt St w of Bond 
Hall miss Charlotte, Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Hall blacksmith, Harford avenue n of Ensor st 

Hall mrs Harriet, Canal st n of Jefferson 
Hall James, ship builder, Eden st n of Pitt 
Hall P. s side French st e of Bath 
Hall Israel, shoemaker, s side French st e of Bath 
Hall Alfred, cooper, 28 n Exeter st 
Hail George, cooper. Cider alley w of Paca st 
Hall Wm. W. attorney at law, Conway st e of L Greene 
Hall Washington, 4 Spear's wharf, dw Barre st e of Sharp 
Hall Levin, Lee st e of Howard st 
Hall James, blacksmith, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Hall Thomas, firm Hall & Stewart, dw Sharp st s of Conway 
Hall Jane, cor Caroline st and Hammond alley 
Hall Nathaniel H. firm Henry Boss & Co. dw 7 Bond st 
Hall Wells, Thames st e of Market 
Hall John, shipwright. Fleet st e of Ann 
Haller Thomas, printer, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Halliday, Robert, gardener, e side Penn av cor Dolphin st 
Hallis Wm. carter, Saratoga st 2 doors w o^Poppleton 
Halmer John, Orleans st extended 

Halwadt Chas. of Mechanics' Bank, dw over the bank, cor Fay- 
ette and Calvert 
Ham Francis, cooper. Canal st s of Gough 
Hambleton & Dunham, dry goods mts. 225 Baltimore st 
Hambleton Thos. E. H. of firm, dw 36 n Eutaw st 
Hambleton James, morocco dresser, Jefferson st w of Spring 
Hambly mrs Deborah, Lee st e of Howard 
Hamburger A. clothing store, 90i Harrison st 
Hamelin Francis, hat and military cap man. 47 Bond st 
Hamel John, shoemaker, e side Grant st n of Lombard 
Hamelt John, e side Ann st s ol" Alice Anna 
Hamer Richard, Holliday sis of Pleasant 

Hamer Wm. H. fruiterer, cor Pratt st and Cheapside, dw Ex- 
eter st n of Wilk 
Hamill Alex, plaster m.ill, Dugan's wharf, dw Pratt stw of Bond 
Hamill Robert, Madison si w of Sterling 
Hamill V. cooper, e side York avenue cor Monument st 
Hamill James, grocery and feed store, n w cor High and Bait. 
Hamilton John, 79 Lexington st e of Liberty 
Hamilton James, jr. grocer and com mt. cor Pratt st and Frank- 
lin lane, dw Pratt w of Charles 
Hamilton Mrs. milliner, 79 Lexington st e of Liberty 
Hamilton Maxwell, brickmaker, Columbia st w of Cove 
Hamilton Wm. teacher, Saratoga st w of St Paul 
Hamilton Sarah, seamstress. Forest st s of Madison 
Hamilton John, wheelwright, Chatsworth st n of Saratoga 
Hamilton James, mariner, Ann st n of Fleet 
Hamilton James, of Custom house, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 



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Hamilton mrs Ann, Hill st e of Sharp 

Hamilton John, ice dealer, Richmond st e of Tyson 

Himilton Evan, wire store, corner Howard and German sts. dw 

Lombard e of Cove 
Hamilton Mrs. Tyson alley near Cathedral st 
Hamilton Ann Maria, w side Bond st s of Alice Anna 
Hamilton Robert, carpenter. Cove st n of Saratoa^a 
Hamilton Oliver, dry goods mt. 65 Baltimore st. dvv 78 French 
Hamilton Joseph, carter, Baltimore st \v of Pine 
Hamilton Hugh, carter, Baltimore st vv of Pine 
Hamilton James, Baltimore st vv of Poppl'eton 
Hamilton Rev. Matthew G. at Daniel Dail's, High st n of Wilk 
Hamilton Rev. Wm. Aisquith st n of Jackson 
Hamilton James, bacon dealer. Canal st s of Monument 
Hamilton Ann, washer, French st nearly opposite East 
Hamilton Wm. grocer, n side Ensor st e of Forest 
Hamilton Robert, grocer, Camden st e of Sharp 
Hamlen J. S. proprietor of rum distillery, Canton, Harris's creek, 

dvv Pratt st near Exeter 
Hamlin J. S. com mt. Pratt st e of Exeter 
Hammel John, carpenter, Alice Anna st e of Bond, 
Hammer mrs Jane A. preceptress, Fayette st vv of Pine 
Hammer Jacob, codper, e side Exeter st s of French 
Hammer Gerhard, ornamental hair dresser, 28 n Howard st 
Hammer Andrew, whip and cane maker, High st s of French 
Hammer Mary, grocer, s side Hillen st w of High 
Hammer D. conlectioner, Penn avenue near Biddle st 
Hammin John, labourer, 19 Thames st 
Hammond Charles, dw Fayette ste of Cove 
Hammond James, Charles st Spring court 
Hammond Joseph, Montgomery st vv of Light 
Hammond Vachel, grocery and feed store, n e corner Howard 

and Franklin sts 
Hammond Joseph, tailor, Montg-omery st w of Light 
Hammond Mrs. whitewasher, lot n of Sarah Ann e of Schroeder 
Hammond & Porter, china, glass and queensware, 204 Bait, st 
Hammond miss Sally, 91 n Paca st 

Hammond John L. property agent. Second st next Exc. buil'g 
Hammond Ormond, German st e of Pine 
Hammond Rudolph, York st w of Light 
Hammond John, pedlar, Camden st w of Light 
Hammond Wm. D. saddler, 27 w Pratt st 
Hamner Rev. J. G. pastor 5ih Presbyterian church, Hanover st 

2d door s of Uhler's alley 
Hamsley David, shoemaker, Hill st e of Sharp 
Hampson A. J. grocer, St Paul st cor Church lane 
Hampton Levi, sweep master, George st e of Pine 
Hampton Jesse, carpenter, Low st e of Forest 
Hanah Wm- labourer, e side Potter st s of French 
Hance S. & Co. dry goods store, 31 vv Pratt st 
Hance Jas. shoe store, 70 w Lexington st. dw Columbia st 



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Hance Selh S. apothecary and druggist, n e cor Chas. and Pratt 

Hancock A. collector, Holland st e of Canal 

Hancock Mary Ann, cor Pratt and Gough sts 

Hand Alex, shoemaker, 48 n Eutaw st 

Hand Thomas R. accountant, vv side Penn avenue n of Pearl st 

Hand Henry, watchman, Gough st near Wolfe 

Handler John, carter, Charles si n of West 

Hands Wasiiington, sea capl 19 n Exeter st 

Hands Abitha, w side Exeter st s of Low 

Handy Samuel J. K. attorney at law, 11 Law Buildings, dw n w 

corner Eutaw and Mulberry sis 

Handy woodsawyer, n side Hillen st w of High 

Handy James, sawyer, s side Addison st w of High 

Handy Samuel, shoemaker, Lee st w of Sharp 

Handy Edward H. shoemaker, Charles st n of York 

Handy Dr. Wm. VV. w Pratt st e of Sharp 

Handy Dr. Jesse, Eutaw st n of Pratt 

Handy Dr. W. R. Pratt st e of Exeter 

Hane H. C. tobacconist, Penn avenne near Union st 

Hanes George W. Pine st s of Franklin 

Haney Wm. watchman, Peach alley w of Pearl 

Haney mrs Sarah, butter dealer, Henrietta st e of Charles 

Hank Rev. W. Penn avenue, Whatcoat Chapel 

Hankey Joseph, commission merchant, cor Spear's wharf and 

Pratt St. coal yard w Falls av. dw High st s of Lombard 
Hanley Valentine, e side Paca st s of Franklin 
Hann Adolphus, cooper. Park st s of Lexington 
Hanna mrs P. agent for Belvidere Dairy, Fayette st e of St Paul 
Hanna Wm. clerk. Centre st e of Howard 
Hanna George, store keeper, cor Monument and Spring sts 
Hanna Wm. labourer, e side Potter st s of French 
Hanna James, grocer, cor Stiles and Slemmer alley 
Hanna capt Alexander, Market st n of Fleet 
Hannan John, attorney at law, Fayette st 1 door e of St Paul, 

dw s w cor High and Pratt 
Hanney & McDowell, merchant tailors, 62 w Pratt st 
Hanney Henry, of firm, dw Camden st 3 doors e of Paca 
Hanson John F. boot and shoemaker, 12 Holliday st. dw Court 

in Charles st betw Barre and Conway 
Hanson George H. shoemaker, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Hanson mrs Margaret, boarding houscj Pratt st w of Sharp 
Hanson John, comb maker. House's court, s of Conway st w of 
Hanson Wm, H. Lombard st opposite Lloyd [Charles 

Hanson Wm. E. Lombard st opposite Lloyd 
Hanson Thomas, commission mt. 7 Light st wharf, dw Pratt 
Hanzsche J. T. printer and bookseller, 30 Baltimore st 
Hanzsche John G. grocer, n e cor Howard and Conway sts 
Hapgood G. T. gunsmith, Lombard st e of Bond 
Harandy John, Franklin Coffee House, Second st e of South 
Harbaugh Jerome, coachmaker. Canal st n of Orleans 
Harbaugh Benjamin, collector, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 



HAR 193 HAR 

Harden Wm. dry goods mt. 62i Lexington st cor Kimmel alley 

Harden John, Baltimore st e of Wansbeck 

Harden mrs Ann, Harford avenue n of Madison st 

Harden mrs Maria, 6'2 CamJen st 

Hardesier, Hooper & Co. sailmakers, 99 South st 

Hardester Benjamin, of firm, Pratt st e of Exeter 

Hardester Jno. J. Front st n of Pitt, dw cor Baltimore & Caroline 

Hardesty Richard S. firm Marriott & Hardesty, dw Lombard 

st w of Paca 
Hardesty Henry, jr. Barre st w of Hanover 
Hardesty Charles R. tobacco merchant, 13 Light st wharf, dw 

s w cor Barre and Charles sts 
Hardesty Sarah, seamstress, w Water st e of Grant 
Hardie Robert, 119 Baltimore st 
Harding miss Mary, milliner^ 52 n Liberty st 
Harding Walter E. grocer and commission merchant, 75 cor Cal- 
vert st and Cheapside, dw Pratt w of Canal 
Harding Wm. W. w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Harding P. T. clerk, Charles st n of Barre 
Hardister David, engineer. Bond st n of Pitt 
Hardister James, Dewbury alley near Baltimore st 
Hardisty John, hackman. Canal st s of Gay 
Hardisty H. w sid^ Exeter st n of Low 
Hardtner Jacob, tavern, Camden st e of Charles 
Hardtz Aaron, watchman, 91 Bond st 
Hardy mrs Priscilla, cor Saratoga and Rock sts 
Hardy John D. merchant lailor, 27 n Liberty st 
Hardy mrs Ann, Pine st n of Mulberry 
Hardy John, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Hardy Wm. gate keeper Green Mount Cemetery, e side York 

avenue n of Madison st 
Hardy Wm. carter, cor Hollins and Amity sts 
Hardy John, carter, Poppleton st s of McHenry alley 
Hardy Hugh M. carter, Poppleton st s of McHenry alley 
Hare Wm. portrait painter, Baltimore st w of Temple 
Hare Thomas, Forest st n of Madison 
Harford Washington, proprietor of Belvidere tavern, at Belvl- 

dere bridge, North st 
Harford Michael, mariner, Ann st n of Fleet 
Hargrove Wm. H. painter. Pearl st s of Lexington 
Harig John, stove maker, cor Hanover and HiJl sts. dw Hill e of 

Hanover 
Harken Henry, carpenter, High st n of Stiles 
Harker John, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Harker Frederick C. labourer, Howard st n of Hill 
Harker John J. carpenter, intersection Harford av and Aisquith st 
Harker Jas. grocery & feed store, int. Harford av and Aisquith st 
Harker Samuel, clerk city collector's office, Hillen st w of Potter 
Harker James, carpenter, York avenue n of Madison st 
Harkercamp Charles, 69 Bond st 
Harkins Giles, shoemaker, Stiles st w of Canal 

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HAR 194 HAR 

Harkins Neal, boot and shoemaker, cor Lexington and Park sts 

Harkins Tailor, tailor, w side Potter st n of Pilt 

Harkins Thomas, manufacturer. Row w of Poppleton st running 

from Sarah Ann to Franklin 
Harkins Thomas, labourer, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Harkins Neal, shoemaker, cor Hollins and Poppleton sts 
Harkness M. weaver, Row n of Mulberry st and e of Schroeder 
Harlan Samuel, grocer, n w cor Howard and Madison sts 
Harley H. locksmith, President st s of Stiles 
Harlow Wm. L. shoemaker, Granby st w of Canal 
Harman John, boot and shoemaker, 12 n Liberty st 
Harman John M. dw Centre st e of St Paul 
Harman Joseph, coachmaker. Park st n of Saratoga 
Harman John, grocer, cor Orleans and Lewis sts 
Harman George, copper roller, Orleans st e of Canal 
Harman &, Greig, merchant tailors, 60 Centre market space 
Harman Daniel H. of firm, e side Canal st s of Baltimore 
Harman Samuel, brickmaker, w side Howard st 3 doors n of Perry 
Harman George, boot and shoe store, 54 w Pratt st 
Harney John, bacon seller, tor Hill and Charles sis 
Harney E. K. principal of female classical school, cor Eutaw 

and Fayette sts. dw Fayette 1 door e of Cove 
Harp Elizabeth, segar maker, cor Alice Anna and Caroline sts 
Harp John, tavern, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Harpener Justus, carter, 73 Bond st 
Harpen.er Harman, carter, 73 Bond st 
Harper mrs R. G. Cathedral st n of Mulberry 
Harper Presbury, shoemaker, Monument st w of Spring 
Harper Samuel, labourer, Salisbury st e of Canal 
Harps George, carpenter, Baltimore si w of Amity 
Harr H. clothing store, 97 n Howard st 

Harr Peter, constable, at Esq Patrick's office, dw Constitution st 
Harragle Godfried, labourer, Forest st n of Madison 
Harridan Andrew, wood corder, cor Monument and Canal sts 
Harrington Elisha, mt tailor, 7 Baltimore st. dw 63 Baltimore 
Harrington mrs F. milliner, 63 Baltimore st 
Harrington O. shoemaker, n side Ensor st e of East 
Harrington capt Samuel, Hill st w of Light 
Harrington James, seaman, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Harrington Ann, grocer, 68 s Calvert st 

Harris Sanil. & Son, stock and exchange office, 88 Baltimore st 
Harris Samuel, sen. of firm, dw 81 Baltimore st 
Harris Samuel, of firm, dw s side Lombard st 3 doors e of Sharp 
Harris Samuel, architect and measurer of buildings,|22 Fayette 

st between Howard and Liberty 
Harris col David, 4 Barnet st 
Karris B. & Co. dry goods store, 69^ n Howard st 
Harris James, jr. firm Armstrong, Harris & Co. dw Conway st c 

of L Greene 
Harris Wm. labourer, Lerew's alley n of Madison st 
Harris James, gold beater, 72 Eden st s of Mullikin 



HAR 195 HAR 

Harris Wm. painter, e side Constitution st s of Falls 

Harris Saml. runner Citizens' Bank, Montg'y st w of William 

Harris A. C. cabinet maker, Monts^omery st vv of Li^ht 

Harris nirs Martha, Monto^omery st vv of Charles 

Harris Elizabeth, Bank st vv of Rden 

Harris Wm. D. ship joiner, e side Ann st s of Wilk 

Harris John, rigijer, s end McElderry's wharf 

Harris Lydia, oyster cellar, s vv cor Charles and Pratt sts 

Harris Dr. C. A. dentist, 53 s Sharp st 

Harris Sophia, n vv cor Howard and Conway sts 

Harris Charles, jr. lottery office, 12 Lombard st 

Harrison mrs Ann, 20 vv Fayette st 

Harrison misses A. & E. boardino; house, 70 St Paul st 

Harrison Wm. N. periodical bookstore, 42 n Gay st 

Harrison John, dry goods merchant, i21 Baltimore st. d\v Holli- 

day st n of Orano^e alley 
Harrison Nathan, broker, North st. dvv Howard n of Conway 
Harrrson Wm. G. auctioneer, O'Donnell's wharf, dw Charles st 

1 door n of Mulberry » 

Harrison Misses, 9 Barnet st 

Harrison Wm. agent for Canton Co. dw cor Bait and Exeter sts 
Harrison C. n Liberty st near Baltimore 
Harrison mrs S. Eutaw court opposite Eutaw Church 
Harrison nors Christine, Union st near Ross 
Harrison Benjamin, dry goods nierchant, 153i Baltimore st 
Harrison Wm. H. dry goods merchant, 187 Baltimore st 
Harrison Wm. huckster, Baltimore st e of Amity 
Harrison & Clap, hatters, 132 Baltimore st 
Harrison Thomas, firm Harrison & Co. dvv Park st s of Centre 
Harrison Mary Ann, Bank st e of Market 
Harrison Washington, dry goods merchant, Baltimore st. dw e 

side Eutaw s of Mulberry 
Harrison Thomas, Hartbrd road 

Harrison John, book agent, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Harrison Wm. carpenter, Mott st n of Gay 
Harrison Robert H. turner, Front st. dvv Potter n of Gay 
Harrison Wm. C. blacksmith, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Harrison mrs Ann, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Harrison Wm. tobacconist, Sharp st n of Hill 
Harrison T. P. 142 s Sharp st 
Harrison John, painter, 25 Caroline st 
Harrison Thomas, of Thos. carpenter, 13 Fleet st 
Harrison & Co. commission merchants, 16 s Charles st 
Harrod John J. real estate, stock and produce agent, s w corner 
Fayette and North sts. dw Fayette 1 door vv of McClellan 
Harrod & Heikens, shipping masters, cor Thames and Bond sts 
Harrod Henry, of firm, dvv Ann st n of Fleet 
Harrod capt Henry, jr. Alice Anna st vv of Market 
Harrop mrs Ann, Harford avenue n of Monument st 
Harry David, coal yard, cor Caroline and Lancaster sts. dw Jef- 
ferson e of Eden 



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Harryman Josiah, grocery and feed store, cor Gay and Forest sts 

Harryman Wm. D. painter, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Harryman Wm. labourer, Lombard st w of Market 

Harryman David, painter, w side Exeter st s of Low 

Harryman Charles H. carpenter. Bank st e of Market 

Harsenair Joseph, carpet weaver, cor Perry and Paca sts 

Harshaw J. teacher, 103 Hanover st 

Harshman Luke, seaman, William st s of Cross 

Hart Archibald, orrocer, 9 s Charles st. dw Fayette w of Howard 

Hart Tobias, clothier, w side Bond st s of Alice Anna 

Hart Charles John, dry ^oods merchant, 57 Lexington st cor 

Stag alley, and s w cor Baltimore and Charles 
Hart Francis, manufacturer, Franklin st,w of Chatsworth 
Hart Wm. e side Eutaw st n of Mulberry 
Hart Asa, carpenter, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Hart John, fisher, Hamburg st w of William 
Hart mrs Frances, Moore's alley near Ross st 
Hartge Henry, piano maker, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Hartigan mrs Michael, tavern, s e cor Lombard and Fred'k sts 
Hartigan John, Dover st w of Eutaw 

Hartigan Thos. labourer, e side Charles st 2 doors s of Camden 
Hartigan John, cooper, Fawn st e of President 
Hartley Francis, gardener. Belle Air road 
Hartley Susannah, Castle alley near Fleet st 
Hartlove George, brickmaker. West st w of Light 
Hartlove Wesley, brickmaker, Hamburg st e of Charles 
Hartlove Wm. brickmaker, West st w of Light 
Hartman Wm. cabinet maker, dw 9 Harrison st 
Hartman J. tailor, e side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Hartman Daniel, Lamb Tavern, cor Franklin and Paca sts 
Hartman J. boot and shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Hartman C. G. hatter, n side Gay st e of Front 
Hartman Joseph, shoemaker. Low st e of Exeter 
Hartman Samuel, shoemaker, Columbia st e of Cove 
Hartman John, shoemaker, cor Hill and Sharp sts 
Hartman John, shoemaker, Bond st s of Fleet 
Hartzel J. hackman. College alley near Saratoga st dw Saratoga 

betw Park and Liberty 
Hartzel John, tailor, Tyson alley near Tyson st 
Hartzel David, miller, rear of City mill, n Calvert st 
Hartzel J. Black Horse Tavern, Penn avenue near Biddle st 
Hartzog & Robinson, dry goods mts. 244^ Baltimore st 
Hartzog Geo. of firm, dw cor Sharp and Prait sts 
Harvey mrs Ann, Lexington e of 6Llm st or Market alley 
Harvey Thomas, whip and collar maker, e side Greene st near 

Fayette, dw 34 n Greene 
Harvey Sarah, seamstress, w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Harvey Joshua, blacksmith, Lombard st w of Amity st 
Harvey James, dry goods mt. dw Lombard st w of Penn 
Harve} Henry D. firm Hopkins, Brother St Co. Lombard st. dw? 

Conway st w of Charles 



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Harvey mrs Patience, Wayne st e of Howard 

Harvey John, bricklayer, Giddinfrs's row, e of Light st s of West 

Harvey James, mariner, Washinsjton stn of Fleet 

Harvey capt Joseph, e side Eden st s of Pratt 

Harvey Archibald, w side Tripolett's alley near Second st 

Harvey J. & Co. dry goods mts. n w cor Hanover and Pratt sts 

Harvey J. dw Sharp st 2 doors n of Camden 

Harvey J. W. carpenter, e side Howard st 6 doors n of Conway 

dw w side Sharp si 2d door s of Perry 
Harwert John, labourer, Lorftbard st e of Bond 
Harwood Thomas, sen. 115 n Howard st. dw Lex'n w of Park 
Harwood James, grocer & flour mt. 119 n Howard st. dw 134 do. 
Harwood Hon. James, judge, Saratosja st w of Gravel alley 
Haskell John H. card manufacturer, Eutaw st cor Carpenter's al 

dw 103 w Pratt st 
Haslara Saml. smith, Front sts of Gay, dw Potter s of French 
Haslett Margaret, boarding house, 61 n High st 
Haslup mrs Elizabeth, York st e of Charles 
Haslup Resin, blacksmith. North sts of Saratoga, dw 10 Pitt 
Haslup John, blacksmith, Davis st n of Pleasant, dw Front s of 
Haslup mrs Henrietta, Aisquith st n of Holland [Low 

Hassefras Mary, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
Hasselberger G. butcher, w side Light st 5 doors s of West 
Hassliman George, Jasper st near Lexington 
Hasson Jamas, w side Front st s of Hillen 
Hastings James, coach trimmer, Argyle alley s of Bank st 
Hastings Jas. grocer, w side Eutaw sts of Franklin, dw opposite 
Haswell John, carpenter, George st w of Penn avenue 
Hatch Nathaniel T. shoetnaker, Madison st w of Eutaw 
Hatch Samuel T. plaisterer, Jasper st near Ross 
Hatch Miss, 133 n Eutaw st 

Hatchingson John, book keeper, Albemarle st n of Fawn 
Hatchinson Benjamin O. constable. Market st s of Alice Anna 
Hatspike L. 2d. hand dealer, 43 Second st e of Frederick 
Hattenbach Ann, tailoress, w side East st s of Hillen 
Hatton Elizabeth, n side Gay st e ol Mott 
Hatton Ann, tailoress. Block st w of Thames 
Haubert mrs Elizabeth C. Lombard st e of Paca 
Haughey Richard T. teacher, w side s Sharp st s of Lombard 
Haunett Jacob, pedlar, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Haupt Matthias, tobacconist, n w cor Eutaw and Saratoga sts 
Haupt John, cooper, Henrietta st w of Light 
Hauptman John, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Hauptman Peter, printer, Frederick road e of toll gate 
Hauptman A. *' Md. iron lactory," w side Light st n of West 
Hause O. P. flour and com mt. 69 w Pratt st. dw Paca s of Lex. 
Hausharn Frederick, tailor, cor Bank and Eden sts 
Havens Nathan, carpenter, Eutaw court opp Eutaw church 
HaviU Louis, pedlar, Shakespear st e of Bond 
Haw Mary, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Hawes mrs Rebecca, cor Hollins and Amity sts 



HAW 198 HAY 

Hawes Frederick, shoemaker, Charles st n of Henrietta 

Hawes Wm. Mott st n of Gay 

Hawes PVederick, shoe store, cor Hanover and Pratt sts. dw cor 

Montgomery and Hanover 
Hawkins Chas. L. carpenter, Hillen st w of East, dw Aisquith s 

of Holland 
Hawkins Enoch, shoemaker. Neighbour st near York avenue 
Hawkins Edward P. shoemaker, n w cor Eutaw and Madison sts 
Hawkins Samuel, Henrietta st e of Hanover 
Hawkins Archibald, teacher, Pratt st w of Canal 
Hawthorn James, Raboror st w of Poppleton 
Hax Peter, shoemaker, Pine st n of Fayette 
Hax John D. paver, Mullikin st vv of Strawberry alley 
Hay Francis, gunsmith, Lee st w of Light 
Hay capt Philip M. Aisquith st s of Thompson 
Hay Jesse, wheelwright, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Hayden H. H. & Son, dental surgeons, 81 n Charles st 
Hayden Elizabeth, 5 Georire st 
Hayes John L. architect. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Hayes Samuel, machinist, Lombard st w of Amity 
Hayes James, firm Robert Howard & Co. dw Exeter st 
Hayes Thomas, shoemaker, Gay st opposite Exchange 
Hayman Thomas, trader, 72 s Albemarle st 
Hayne Henry, nailsmiih. Union st near Penn avenue 
Haynel Adolphus, M. D. Lexington st betw Liberty and Park 
Haynes Martin C. spinner, s side Hillen st 3 doors e of East 
Haynes C. Y. & Co. log cabin fan makers, 52 n Exeter st 
Haynes John, painter, Columbia st w of Paca 
Haynie capt John F. w side Ann st s of Wilk 
Haynie John, pilot, w side Ann st s of Wilk 
Hays missM. bonnet store, 56 w Pratt st 

Hays David, firm George & Hays, dw Howard st n ©f Franklin 
Hays Wm. Howard st s of Ross 
Hays Wm. butcher, French st s of Centre 
Hays Robt. 122 n Eutaw st 
Hays John, butcher, Thames st w of Bond 
Hays Tabitha, Pratt ste of Caroline 
Hays Robert, house and furniture carver, Gay st opposite the 

Exxhange — see advertisement page 23 
Hays Simeon, police officer, 15 Mercer st. dw 19 Mercer 
Hays John, jr. grocer, s side Mercer st 2d door w of Grant 
Hays John, shoemaker, 9 Mercer st 
Hay^Scales, eastern, s e cor Monument and Beuren sts. Peter 

Storm, sup. dw Hillen st 
Hay Scales, n w cor Franklin 8c Greene sts. Jas. Johnson keeper 
Hayward Elizabeth, dry goods dealer, 47 s Liberty st 
Hay ward Eli B. dry goods store, cor Gay and Front sts 
Hayward & Co. stove dealers, s e cor Light and Mercer sts 
Hayward N. P. of firm, dw cor Hanover and Barre sts 
Hayward J. H, of firm, dw cor Hanover and Barre sts 
Haywe Harnmon, pedlar, cor Fleet st and Argyle alley 



HAY 199 HEI 

Haywood & Brown, painters and orlaziers, n side Gay st e of East 

Haywood John B. painter; Ballimore st e of* Market 

Hazel Henry, 143 n Paca st opp New 

Hazelhurst Mrs. n e cor Liberty and Lexington sts 

Hazelhiurst Samuel, dw cor Mulberry and Jasper sts 

Hazen Edward, 130 n Euiaw st 

Hazlehurst & Walters, com mts. 16 Spear's wharf 

Hazlehurst Samuel, dw Pearl st near Fayette 

Hazlett mrs Ann, Pierce st e of Cove 

Hazlup Rezin, blacksmith, North st s of Saratog;a, dw 10 Pitt 

Head Washington, paper stainer, Baltimore st w of Amity 

Heald Wm. H. & Co. proprietors of Patapsco tannery, corner 
Madison and North sts 

Heald Jacob & Co. tobacco and com mts. 44 s Gay st 

Heald Jacob, of firm, dw cor Baltimore and Aisquith sts 

Heald Wm. & Son, tobacconists, 19 Centre Market space 

Heald Wm. dw Piti st w of Exeter 

Healey Rev. John, pastor 2d Baptist church, Fleet st. dw s side 
Baltimore st w of Caroline 

Healy Patrick, labourer, X alley s of Lee st 

Heaps Benj. furniture wa^)ner, Albemarle st s of Fawn 

Heard John, orrocer, Forest st s of Orleans 

Heath J. P. justice of peace, 32 w Faj-etle st. boarding at Mrs. 
Zimmerman't!, e of his office 

Heath Harriet, North st near Pleasant 

Heath Hon. U. S. judire U. S. District Court, dw cor Courtland 
and Mulberry sts 

Heath John, shoemaker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 

Hebden Wra. stone mason, cor Lancaster and Caroline sts 

Heberly Mary, huckster, e side Light st s of Wilk 

Heck Peter, weaver, Caroline st n of Pratt 

Heckrotte Wm. tavern, s w cor Charles and Camden sts 

Heckster David, pedlar, cor Philpot and Wills sts 

Heddinger mrs A. E. Caroline st s of Ham.pstead 

Hedges Wm. labourer, Lewis st n of Holland 

Hedrick Richard, shoemaker. Silver st e of Eden 

HefTernan Patrick, o-rocer, n e cor Calvert and Bath sts 

HefFner Edward, plaisterer, Henrietta st w of William 

Heginbotham Edward, confectioner, Thames st w of Market 

Heginbotham Charles, tailor, w side Ann st s of Alice Anna 

Heide mrs R. n Calvert st near Saratoga 

Heighe Benj. M. attorney at law, St Paul st near Masonic Hall, 

dw Mulberry st w of College alley 
Heighe Jane, boarding house, 101 Hanover st 
Heikens John, marine shipping office, cor Bond and Thames sts 
Heilbrun Michael, clock and watch maker, 10 w Pratt st 
Heilderbrand Wm. accountant, 21 Thames st 
Heira Ehet, painter, s side Ensor st e of Mott 
Heimerdinger John C. shoemaker, Eutaw st n of Fayette 
Heimpler John G. tailor, Tfiames st e of Bond 
Heineker Frederick, segar maker, Pratt st near the falls 



HEI 200 HEN 

Heiner Michael, basket maker, Alice Anna st e of Ann 
Heiner Charles, confectioner, s e cor Eutaw and Mulberry sis 
Heiner Rev. E. pastor German Reformed church. Second st be- 
tween Gay and South 
Heinz Frederick, blacksmith, corner Cove and Saratoga sts. dw 

Mulberry near Cove 
Heirn Ehet, painter, Elisor st e of Mott 
Heisler &- Co. lottery and exchange office, 1 n Calvert st 
Heisler Wm. E. of firm, dw High st n of Lombard 
Heitman Marianna H. dress maker, 2 Thames st 
Heivlen Peter, sup. "Greenwood Retreat," Belle Air road 
Helfrich George, wheelwright, Greene st near Lex. dw Market al 
Hellen Thomas, huckster, Saratoga ste ofPoppleton 
Hellwig Lewis, currier, Madison st e of Biddle 
Helm Wra. hou^e carpenter, Canal st n of L McElderry 
Helm Wm. carpenter. Potter st n of Pitt, dw Canal st 
Helmling Jolm, Saraioga st e of Paca 

Helmling Anthony, bellows maker, Jefferson st w of Spring 
Helmling Anthony, block and pump maker, Lee st w of Light 
Helmling Henry, firm Wm. & H. Helmling, House!s court, s of 

Conway st w of Charles 
Helms Joseph, shipwright, cor Fleet and Wolfe sis 
Helsby Saml. tailor. Canal st s of Jefferson 
Helpin Patrick, stone cutter, e side Exeter st s of Low 
Hemerich Benhart, buicher, w side Bond stn of Wilk 
H^mmick George A. ladies' shoemaker, 9 Lexington st e of Park 
Hemmick Jacob, ladies' shoemaker, 81 Lex'n st e of Liberty 
Hempe Adolph, machinist, Tripolett's alley n of Second st 
Hemphill Rachel A. dress maker, Lombard st w of Caroline 
Henchell Henry, shoemaker, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 
Henck mrs Sarair, dry goods store, cor Pearl and George sts 
Henck L. teacher, w sde Paca st n of Fayette 
-Henderson Miss, fancy dress maker, s e cor Lex'n and Pine sts 
Henderson J. A- boot and shoemaker, e side Gay st s of Bait. 
Henderson John, block & pump maker, s end Fell st. dw Market 
Henderson Henry, biscuit and cracker baker, s e cor Patterson 

and Pratt sts. dw Camden e of Hanover 
Henderson John W. shoemaker, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Henderson Andrew, labourer, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Henderson G. W. butcher, Light st extended, dw Cove st ext'd 
Henderson David, carpenter, Pitt st e of Bond 
Henderson Augustus, ropemaker, Harford av. dw High st 
Henderson Andrew, grocery and feed store. Gay st near East 
Henderson John, labourer. Cider alley wof Eutaw st 
Henderson Wm. P. seaman, Henrietta ste of Charles 
Henderson John, & Co. ship chandlers, cor Pratt and Commeree 

sts. dw Market s of Pratt 
Henderson Anthony, carter, e side Canal st s of Gough 
Henderson Wm. marble cutter, Exeter st n of Fawn 
Henderson H. H. ship biscuit and cracker baker, cor Pratt and 
Patterson sts. dw Camden w of Charles 



HEN 201 HER 

Henderson nfirs Frisbie A. 7 s Hinjli st 

Henderson Wm. M. sup. of chimnies, 77 McElderry's wharf 

Hendorff & Reitz, grocers, cor Fleet and Bond sts 

Hendorff Wm. H. of firm, d\v cor Fleet and Bond sts 

Henkel P. Penn avenue near Biddle st 

Hetikle Aucrustus, shoemaker, Low st e of Potter 

Henman Henry^ furniture carman, Tripolet's al s of Baltimore st 

Henn Jacob, bricklayer, Haw st w of Emory 

Henneberger Wm. cabinet maker, e side Exeter st n of Stiles 

Henneman Hannah, Philpot al e of Canal st 

Henneman Mrs Sarah, e side Albemarle st s of Plowman 

Hennick J. C. constable, n e cor Douglass and East sts 

Hennigs E. A. &, Co. importers of German and French goods, 

22o7i Baltimore st 
Hennigs Earnest A. 41 n Liberty st 
Hennigs C. shoemaker, cor Madison st and Lerew's alley 
Henning David, stone cutter, Saratoga st w of Lerew's alley 
Henning Elizabeth, Saratoga sl w of Lerew's alley 
Henning Jeremiah B. shoemaker, L Green st s of Conway 
Henricks Thomas, inspector of wood, 38 Albemarle st 
Henricy Augustus, grocer, 79 Harrison st 
Henrix Edward G. meal seller, Orleans st e of Eden 
Henry Mrs Mary, Raborg st e of Amity 
Henry David, ropemaker, Henrietta st e of Hanover 
Henry William, commission merch't. 14 s Charles st. dw Lex- 
ington st w of Charles 
Henry David, carpet weaver, Granby st e of Exeter 
Henry Valentine, 320 n Howard st 
Henry Jacob, bacon merchant. Cove st n of Fayette 
Henry Joseph, shoemaker, Canal st s of L McElderry 
Henry Thomas, Sterling st e of Mott 
Henry Nancy, mantua maker, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Henry James, w Falls avenue s of Lombard st 
Henshaw J. P. K., D. D. rector St Paul's church, e side Sharp 

'St 1 door s of German 
Hepburn H. P. attorney at law, Fayette st betw Charles and 

St Paul, s side 
Hepp Adam, labourer, President st n of Wilk 
Herbert Joseph, labourer. Monument st w of Ensor 
Herder Martin, s side Gay st e of High 
Hergesheimer C. &. C. ship smiths, Thames st near Philpot, and 

on Donnell's wharf, dvv 27 Fell st 
Hergesheimer Christian, firm ditto, dw Philpot st near Thames 
Hergesheimer Charles, firm ditto, dw Fell st s of Thames 
Herget John B. shoemaker, cor Franklin and Jasper sts 
Heritage Thomas, w side Caroline st s of Bank 
Herlirig George, grocer, cor L Hughes and Charles sts 
vHerman Christian, cor Baltimore and Cove sis 
Herning Martin, labourer, President st s of Pratt 
Herold Peter J. rigger, Fleet st e of Ann 



HER 202 HIC 

Heron Alexander & Son, dry goods mts. s w cor Baltimore st 
and Market space 

Herrinff Henry, jr. Aisquith st s of McElderry 

Herrinir Mrs. A. Cross st w of William 

Herring John L. d\v e side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Herring Benjamin W. grocer, cor Gough and Spring sts 

Herring O. paper hanger, L Paca st n of Conway st 

Herring HenrVj lumber agent. Market st n ofWilk 

Herring David, grocer, cor Hill and Hanover sts 

Hersch Martin, glass blower, Hamburg st F H 

Hersh Latzarus, pedlar, Fell st s of Thames 

Hertlen George, labourer, 9 Thames st 

Hertzberg Isaac, baker and keeper of ^'East Baltimore House," 
cor Fleet st and Strawberry alley 

Hess Argos, porter n w corner Mercer and Grant sts 

Hess Abraham, pedler, 76 Bond st 

Hess Conrad, tinner, 5 Thames st 

Hess Joseph, cooper, Balderslon st e of Charles, dw cor Green 
and German sts 

Hess Samuel, carpenter. Wagon al betw Eutaw and Howard sts 

Hess Isaac, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Howard 

Hess Samuel, carpenter. Wagon al w of Howard st. dw Sarato- 
ga st e of Eutaw « 

Hess Dr F, ii6 n Frederick st w side near Gay 

Heuisler George, carpenter, Richmond st w of Cathedral 

Hevener Eliza, confectioner, n e cor Eutaw and Mulberry sts 

Hevener Adam, tailor, Conway st w of Howard 

Hewell Lewis, tobacconist, n side Gay st w of Exeter 

Hevves John, flour and feed store, Pratt st w of Paca, dw Green 
st opp Medical College 

Hewes John G. feed store, Pratt st near Paca, dw Green st n of 
Lombard 

Hewett Daniel, editor of "Commercial Register,' w side Hano- 
ver st 5 doors s of Baltimore 

Hewitt George H. carpenter, Caroline st n of Hampstead 

Hewitt Eli, currier, 63 C Market space, dw Stiles st w of Gough 

Hewitt Elmer, currier, 47 C Market space 

Hewlett John Q,. hide, leather, &c. dealer, cor Water st and 
Franklin lane, dw Eutaw st s of Lombard 

Hexel Wm. tailor. President st s of Pratt 

Hey Rev J. F. principal of Institute for Ladies, n side Fayette 
st betw Calvert 6l St Paul sts — see advertisement page 1 

Hibner John H. locksmith and bell hanger, n Frederick st near 
Etna lane, dw Neighbor st betw York and Harford avs 

Hibner John, shoemaker, e side Paca st 1 door s of Franklin 

Hichew Samuel, carpenter, Gouirh st e of Eden 

Hickey Martin, painter, Lee street e of Charles 

Hickley Robert, flour and produce mt. cor Franklin and Eutaw 
SIS. dw 68 Saratoga st 

Hickley R. J. hatter, 42 n Howard st. dw Green st betw Sara- 
toga and Mulberry sis 



HIC 203 HIL 

Hiokley JarrieS;, painter, Liberty st. dw Clay st w of Liberty 
Hickman George, carpet weaver, 65 Harrison st 
Hickman N. bookseller and stationer, 86 Baltimore st 
Hickman Abm. labourer, L McElderry st e of Aisquith 
Hickman Jobn, Forest st n of Madison 
Hickman Wm. Henry, chairmaker, e side East st s of Hillen 
Hickman Frederick, blacksmith, Lombard st e of Wanesback 
Hickman Lawrence, cooper, rear o( 60 South st 
Hicks Mrs Elizabeth, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Hicks Mrs. George grocer, cor Aisquith st and Hull's lane 
Hicks R. cooper, German st w of Eulaw, dw German e of Pine 
Hicks George, labourer, Block st w of Thames 
Hickson J. halter, 126 Baltimore st. dw 71 Green 
Higdon Ralph, labourer, Eutaw st n of Ostend 
Higdon Thomas, shingle shaver, Gould's court n of Montgo- 
mery st w of Light 
Higenbotham Thomas, umbrella manufac. Wilk st e of Bond 
Higgins Mrs. at Assembly rooms, cor Fayette and HoUiday sts 
Higgins capt. n side Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Higgins James, Lexington st vv of Amity 
Higgins E. confectioner &. dealer in foreign fruit, 13 w Pratt st 
Higgins capt Jacob, w side Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Higgins Wm. shoemaker, Orleans st e of Canal 
Higgins Mrs Hannova, w side High st n of Pratt 
Higgins Mrs Maria, Aisquith st n of Low 
Higgins Wm. iron founder, cor Eden lane and Canal st 
Higgins James T. hatter. Sterling st near Monument 
High Mrs. Raborg st e of Schroeder 
High David, bricklayer, Ross st extended 
High James, cedar cooper, Schroeder st n of Lexington 
High William, tobacconist, Amity st n of Lexington 
High William, painter, Boyd st w of Sohroder 
High Joseph, painter, Conway st e of Warner 
High Wm. painter, Eutaw st n of Conway 
Higham John, Hme store, w side Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Higinbothom J. & Co. grocers, 23 Commerce st 
Higman Joseph, Argyle al w side s of Bank 
Hignat John J. brickmaker, Amity st s of Fayette 
Hignat Caroline, tailoress, w side High st n of Lombard 
Hilberg William, mt. tailor, 3 n Gay st 
Hilberg Wm. & Son, mt. tailors, 4 s Calvert st 
Hilberg Francis L. dw Second st over 24 
Hilbert Henry, currier, n w cor Pearl and Fayette sts 
Hilbert John, carpenter, Ross st e of Jasper 
Hilbert Lawrence, shoemaker, 36 Saratoga st 
Hilbert Lainhart, blacksmith, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Hild Joseph, tavern, e side Bond st s of Wilk 
Hildebrand Andrew, f^hoemaker, Hill st w of Light 
Hildebrandt Mrs Margaret, Hollins st w of Poppleton 
Hildebrandt Henry, cooper, German st e of Cove 
Hilditch John, bricklayer, w side Exeter st s of Low 



HIL 204 HIN 

Hilditch Peter, clerk, cor Wilk and Wolfe sts 
Hilditch Thomas J. millwright, Hill st w of Hanover 
Hill John H. boot and shoe maker, 54 n Gay st 
Hill R. N- conductor of Railroad cars, dw Barre st e of Sharp 
Hill Mrs Barbara, Liberty st s of Saratocra st 
Hill Dr John, apothecary, w side Charles st n of Pratt 
Hill Isaac, hatter, Slemmer's al s of Stiles st 
Hill Wm. A. shoemaker. Peach al w of Pearl st 
Hill Alex, grocer, cor Pratt and Concord sts 
Hill Robert, dry goods rat. 73 Baltimore st 
Hill Samuel, sexton St John's church, 14 Park st 
Hill Thomas G. paper rat- (agent lor Mrs H. Meteer's mill, see 
advertisement) dw Holland st e of Aisquith 

jjiU ^ labourer, Mullikin st w ofStraAvberry al 

Hill John, grocer, cor Orleans and Friendship sts 

Hill John E. tinner, n side-Gay st w of Exeter, dw Madison st 

w of Canal 
Hill Godfrey, huckster, s w cor Ensor and East sts 
Hill S. P. pastor of 1st Baptist church, dw Green st n of Pratt 
Hill H. shoemaker, n w cor Howard and Conway sts 
Hilleman Christian, grocer, Bond st s of Lancaster 
Hillen Solomon, ir. Mayor of the city of Baltimore, office City 

Hall, dw "Front st n of Pitt 
Hillen Miss Rebecca, 54 Pitt st 

Hilley S. dom. man. Eutaw st. dw Madison st e of Howard 
Hillffadner Geome, labourer, 29 Shakspeare st 
Hillman Mrs. 68 n Howard st 
Hillock Stephen, dry goods mt. 61 n Howard st. dw cor Howard 

and Madison sts 
Hills Edwin, machinist, Fayette st w of Poppleton 
Hilton Wm. shoemaker, cor Pearl and Pierce sts 
Hilton Wm. W. tailor., cor e side Canal st and Silver 
Hilton A. M. seamstress, Halfmoon alley 
Hilton Lydia, seamstress, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Hilzenberg Frederick, e side Paca st near Franklin 
Himes John, Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 
Himes Mrs Margaret, boarding house. Clay st w of Park 
Hinckley Cornelius T. engraver on wood, 2i n Gay st up stairs 
Hindes Moses, currier, 10 e Water st 1 door w of South, dw 

Pleasant st 1 door from Courtland 
Hindes Samuel, hatter, nside Gay st 1 doore of the Bridge 
Hindes James, hatter, Sterling st e ofMott 
Hindes James B. bricklayer, Lombard st e of Paca 
Hindes John J. bricklayer, Lee st e of Howard 
Hindes Mrs Rebecca, 78 s Sharp st 
Hind man Wm. com. mt. over 4 Bowly's wharf 
Hino-le John, shoemaker, President st s of Pratt 
Hines Edward, shoemaker, Eutaw st n of Lombard 
Hines Conrad, labourer. Pierce st e of Cove 
Hines Wm. blacksmith, ll4 n Calvert st 



HIN 205 HIT 

Hines Isaac^ book keeper Merchant's Bank, dw Mulberry st 4 

doors w of Jasper st 
Hinez Frederick, blacksmith, cor Saratoga and Cove sts. dw 

Mulberry st e of Poppleton 
Hinkey Charles, French st s of Centre 
Hinkle W..G. saddler, w side High st n of Pitt 
Hinkle Wm. tavern, 64 s Albemarle st 

Hinkley E. attorney at law, 21 n Charles st. dw Baltimore st ext. 
Hinks Mrs Mary, Baltimore si w ol" Green 
Hinks C. D. &l Co. flour and com. mts. cor Pratt and Howard 

sts. dw C. D. Hinks, Baliimore st 3 doors w of Green 
Hinman R. vinegar manuf. Jefferson st e of Spring 
Hinsler Mrs Ann, cor William and Hughes sts 
Hinsley John, livery stables and keeper of horses and carriages, 

72 n Howard st 
Hinton Thos. saddle and harness maker, e side High st n of Pitt 
Hintoness H, cab. maker, row w of Eutaw st s of Carpenter's ai 
Hintze Dr F. E. B. e side Gay st n of Second 
Hinus John, w side Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 
Hipkins Caleb M. Canton, e of Harrris's Creek 
Hirschberger H. painter, 105 Bond st 
Hirschberger Henry, cabinet maker, 65 Harrison st 
Hiser & Besore, grocers, Howard st s w cor Fayette st 
Hiser Henry W. firm ditto, dw Fayette st n side, w of Howard 
Hiser S. R. employed in Sheriff's office, dw Biddle st near P. av 
Hish Jacob, labourer, Montgomery st e of Charles st 
Hiskey Joseph, piano forte manuf. 30 Light st 
Hiss &. Austin, cabinet furniture ware rooms, 69 w Fayette st 
Hiss Philip, firm ditto, dw 67 w Fayette st 
Hiss Benjamin, currier, w side Light st s of Hamburg 
Hiss Conrad, baker, Dover st e of Paca 

Hiss T. D. cab. maker, 47 w Pratt st. dw Barre st e of Howard 
Hiss Elizabeth G. cor Stiles and Exeter sts 
Hiss Jacob, jr. chair manuf. 37 s Gay st opposite Exchange, dw 

Baltimore st n side opposite Lloyd 
Hiss Jesse, chair maker, e side Exeter st s of Pratt 
Hissey Wm. machinist. Cove st n of Lexington 
Hissey James, blacksmith, Lerew's al s of Madison st 
Hissey Archibald, Ibundryman, Hollins st w of Amity 
Hissey Wm. ladies' shoe store, 50 w Pratt st 
Hitchcock Elizabeth, huckster, York av n of Madison st 
Hitchcock Milch, n side Ensor st e of Forest 
Hitchcock Josiah, blacksmith, Alice Aima st w of Bond 
Hitchcock Elizabeth, li24 Bond st 
Hitching Wm. K,. miniature portrait painter, w side Bond st n 

of Gough 
Hitzelberger Mrs B. over the n w cor Gay and Saratoga sts 
Hitzelberger Peter, police ofl&cer, York st e of Howard 
Hitzelberger Peter, 49 n Gay st 

Hitzelberger John, superintendent of Washington Monument, 
Mount Vernon place, dw Park st s of Franklin 
R 



HIT 206 ' HOF 



Hitzelberger Dr F. L. S e Pratt st 

Hitzelberger Wm. morocco dresser, Eden st s of Orleans 

Hitzelberger Wm. E. w side Market alley 

Ilitz John, draftsman, e side High st n of Pitt 

Hitzier Francis, bookbinder, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Hitzler Mrs J. A. seamstress, Orleans st e of Caroline, 

Hobbs Samuel, carpenter, George st w of Penn av 

Hobbs Littleton, labourer, Strawberry al s of Alice Anna st 

Hobbs Samuel, plaisterer, Jefferson st w of Canal 

Hobbs Rosanna, Peters's al n of George st 

Hobbs Laura, seamstress, w side Tripolelt's al s of Baltimore st 

Hobbs John, gardner. Forest st n of Madison 

Hobbs Mrs Mary, seamstress, Orleans st w of Short 

Hobbs George, seaman, e si^e Exeter st n of Pitt 

Hochretch Andrew, cabinet maker, Hlllen st w of Potter 

Hodgen Joseph, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Hodges B. K. bedding mart, n w cor Light and Lombard sts 

Hodges Mrs. Mary, teacher. Pearl st n of Park lane 

Hodges Mrs B. M^ dw Lexington st betw St Paul & Charles sts 

Hodg"ep John, carter, William st n of Cross 

Hodges Joseph, shipwright, Block st w of Wills 

Hodges Jas. C. bedding mart, E Baltimore st near the Bridge, 

dw Market st s of Pratt 
Hodgkinson John, chair maker, 32 Hanover st. dw Albemarle 

st n of Lombard — see advertisement page 37 
Hodgkinson Thomas, labourer, w end Saratoga st 
Hoeffer Jacob, Schroeder st n of Saratoga 
Hoehn George, shoemaker, Hill st e of Charles 
Hoehn John A. shoemaker, 140 Bond st 
Hoenge George^ shoemaker, Biddle st near Ross 
Hoey John, shoemaker, e side Beuren st n oi' Monument 
Hofer Jacob, labourer, cor Saratoga and Schroeder sis 
HofFJohn M. grocer, cor Lerevv's al and Franklin st 
Hoffheimer Abram, pedlar, w side Exeter st n of Wilk st 
Hoffington capt Wm. W. dw Eden st n of Gough 
Hoffman Daniel, Fayette st n side w of Pine 
Hoffman S. Owings, dw n w cor Lexington and Courtland sts 
Hoffman William, ladies' shoemaker, Lexington st w of Park, 

dw w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Hoffman Charles, bacon mt. Baltimore st e of Green, dw Lex- 
ington st e of Pearl 
Hoffman Casper, carpenter, rear of Saratoga st w of Cove st. 

Collins's court 
Hoffman Lawrence, carpenter. Clay st e of Howard 
Hoffman Jeremiah, cooper, Biddle st near Ross 
Hoffman Frederick, grocer, 16 Pratt st 
Hoffman Lewis, labourer, Greenwillow st near Penn av 
Hoffman Aaaron, victualler, Hoffman st near Penn.av 
Hoffman Josiah, bricklayer, Pine st n of Chesnut alley 
Hoffman Dr D. J. Pearl st s of Fayette st 
Hoffman Christopher, butcher, York av n of Madison st 



HOF 207 HOL 



Hoffman Daniel, butcher, York av n of Maclison st 
Hoffman Mrs. George, St Mary's court Penn av 
Hoffman Nancy, grocer, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
-HofTman Nicholas, bricklayer, Amity st s of Baltimore 
Hotirnan John, Eutaw st s of Lombard 

Hoffman , cooper, Eutaw st s of Lee 

Hoffman Wm. segar maker, cor Eutaw and Montgomery sts 

Hoffman George, currier, Paca st e of Warner 

Hoffman Wm. J. tailor, York st w of Light 

Hoffman Henry, labourer, Montgomery st e of Charles 

Hoffman John T. shoemaker, Charles st n of L Hughes 

Hoffman Frederick, turner, Charles st s of L Hughes 

Hoffman Mrs M. A. Sharp st n of Hill 

Hoffman David, South st 

Hoffman G. B. & Brothers, dry goods mts. 18 s Charles st. dw 

G. B. Hoffman, Franklin st cor Cathedral 
Hoffmans & Co. 5 n Charles st 

Hoffman S. O. firm ditto, dw n w cor Madison and Charles sts 
Hoffman J. L. firm ditto, Franklin st 3 doors e of Park 
Hofiman Samuel, dw cor Franklin and Charles sts 
Hoffman Mrs Peter, Franklin st e of Park 
Hoffman Jeremiah, Franklin st e of Pine 
Hofimeister Henry, firm Hoffmeister & Spilker, dw Baltimore st 

s side e of Pine 
Hoffmeister Henry, cordwainer, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
Hoffmeister Wm. labourer, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Hoffner Joseph, blacksmith, Lombard st e of Schroeder 
Hofman &, Hohn, cabinet makers, n w cor Sharp and German 

. sts. dw German st w of Liberty st 
Hogan Mrs Catharine, shop keeper, Holliday st n of Bath 
Hogan Jacob, carter, Barre st w of Sharp 
Hogg James, boarding house, 26 n Frederick st 
Hogg Wm. 26 n Exeter st 
Hogg C. carpenter, dw 76 North st 
Hogg John A. carpenter, Lombard st w of Canal 
Hogg J. W. carpenter. North st 1 door s of Bath 
Hogg James, clerk in Bank Baltimore, dw High st n of Trinity 
Hogg John, e side Eutaw st 2 doors s of Lexington 
Hogg James, carpenter, dw 146 n Paca st 
Hohene Charles, Beuren st n of French 
Hoke George, labourer, Ross st near Biddle 
Holan Patrick, wood dealer, Albemarle st w side, s of Fawn 
Holbrook P. M. grocer, s e cor Gay and Forest sts 
Holbrook capt Joseph, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Holbrook Jane L. 7 Spring si opposite the Fountain 
Holbrook Elisha, 50 Light st 
Holdefer John, cooper, President st s of Wilk 
Holden Rachel, Wilk st e of Bond 
Holden Caleb, clothier, 68 C Market space, dw cor Lombard st 

and C Market space 
Holland Wm. shoemaker, Marion st near Howard 



HOL 208 HOL 

Holland Littleton, jeweller, silversmith and spectacle maker, IS 

St Paul St s of Fayette 
Holland Wm. cooper, cor Mulberry st and Lerew*s alley 
Holland Joshua, boot and shoe maker, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Holland Georore, shoemaker, Orleans st extended 
Holland John, bricklayer, Aisquith st s ot Madison 
Holland Samuel, carpenter, McHenry al w of Poppleton st 
Holland Di. brickmaker, West st \v of Light 
Holland George, butcher, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
Holland James, iron dealer, n e cor Light and Water sts 
Holland Mrs Catharine, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Holland Wm. constable. Mulberry st near Eutaw 
Holland John, Penn av near Hoffman st 
Holland James, tailor, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Holland Sarah, w side East st n of Hillen 
Hellander Alex. Union st near Ross 
Holler B. boarding vv side Howard st s of Cider al 
Hollett Cornelius, carter, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Holliday & McKinley, Venetian blind manufacturers and paper 

hangers, 6 n Gay st 
Holliday John, firni ditto, dw Maiden lane near Aisquith st 
Holliday Jesse L. printer, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Holliday Frances, tailoress, e side Constitution st n of French 
Holliday Miss Ann, milliner, e side Gay st s of East 
Hollin Jesse, cooper, Orleans st w of Canal 
Hollingshead Francis, sea captain, Lee st w of Hanover 
Hollingshead Mrs. boarding, n w cor Hanover and German sts 
Hollingshead John, seaman. Hill st w of Charles 
Hollingsvvorth Mrs Mary, Lexington st vv of Charles 
Hollingsvvorth Ann D. Saratoga st 2 doors e of Sharp 
Hollingsworth & Weller, dry goods mts. 614 n Howard st 
Hollins John Smith, dw Fayette st 2d door e of Holliday 
Hollins Wm. dw Fayette st betvv Holliday and Calvert sts 
Hollins R. S. Secretary Baltimore & Susq. Railroad Co. w side 

s Frederick st n of Second 
Hollis Charles, Agent Christian Advocate and Jour.; office Rev 

L P. Cook's 52 Baltimore st. dw Gibson st near Biddle 
Hollis James, baker, George st w of Penn av 
Holloway Robert, watchmaker, w side High st s of Gay 
Holloway ct Brothers, chocolate, spice and dye wood factors, 

Carpenter's al vv of Eutavv st 
Holloway Geo. firm ditto, dw Eutavv st near Lombard 
Holloway Geo. sen. confectioner, cor Lombard & Albemarle sts 
Holly — — , labourer. Pierce st e of Cove 
Holm Charles L. grocer, cor Lancaster st and Argyle alley 
Holmes Oliver, surgeon dentist, Lexington st opp Court House 
Holmes Mrs Ann, seamstress, Williams st opp Gettings's row 
Holmes Asa, surgeon dentist, Lexington st opp Court House 
Holmes Thomas, fisher, Johnson st n of 6 gun battery 
Holmes Margaret, over 5 Harrison st 
Holmes Samuel, fisher, Johnson st n of "six gun battery** 



HOL 209 HOO 



Holmes John E. gilder, 64 n Frederick st 

Holmes James, cor Charles and Conway sts 

Holmes Moses, lottery and exchange broker, 5 n Calvert st — at 

the corner of the City Hotel— see advertisement page 13 
Holmes Elizabeth, cor Bank st and Strawberry alley 
Holmes Mrs Elizabeth, 10 Jackson's court betw Saratoga and 

Lexington sts. e vi" Rock 
Holmes Wm. brass founder, Philpot st w of Thames 
Holmes James, machinist, Eden st n of Holland 
Holmes Richard, n e cor Green and Mulberry sts 
Holmes Richard, grocer, Penn av cor Union st 
Holmes Ann Maria, tailoress, w side Hish st n of Pitt 
Holmes Mrs Ann, Carpenter's al e of Paca st 

Holmeyer , ostler, se cor Douglass and Potter sts 

Holste P. drawing and painting teacher, 61 Lombard st 
Holstein Miss E. dress maker, Saratoga st beiw Liberty & Park 
Holstein Miss E. dress maker. Pearl st n of Park lane 
Holsten John, miller, Cove st n of Lexington 
Holt Aaaron, dry goods mt. 60i w Lexington st. dw George st 

e of Biddle 
Holt E. carpet weaver, alley 3 doors from Madison st e of Ensor 
Holt Geo. H. hatter, 9 w Pratt st. dw Columbia st w of Green 
Holt & Mallby, proprietors of "Western Oyster line" office, w 

Falls av s end 
Holt Daniel, firm ditto, dw cor High and Trinity sts 
Holter Lewis, wood ware manuf. n side Gay st e of Front 
Holtever Henry, cooper, Conway st w of L Paca 
Hulton' David, n side Hillen st w of High 
Holton John, com. and tobacco mt. 20 Light st wharf 
Holtz Emanuel, paper hanger, 851 n Howard st 
Holtze F. blacksmith, intersection ol' Harford av and Aisquith st 
Holtzman Wm. Marion st e of Eutaw 
Holtzman Thomas, runner in Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, 

dw Pearl st n of Saratoga 
Holtzman George, tailor, over 177 J Baltimore st 
Holway Joseph JB. tallow chandler. Stiles st w of Albemarle 
Home T. bricklayer. Comet st w of Aisquith 
Homer Thomas, tobacconist, L Paca st n of Burgundy al 
Homers Sally, 4 Caroline st n of Fleet 
Honn W^m. cabinetmaker, Marion st near Liberty 
Hood Charles, shoemaker, s w cor Exeter and Low sts 
Hoofnagle Wm. moulder, McHenry al e of Poppleton st 
Hoofnagle Mrs Lydia, Armislead lane, e of Light st 
Hoogland B. e side Constitution st s of Monument 
Hook Henry, painter, Lexington st e of Howard, dw e side 

Paca st s of Franklin 
Hook Elizabeth, 31 n Exeter st 
Hook Mary, tailoress, George st w of Penn av 
Hook Paul, labourer, adjoining Telegraph, F H 
Hook Joseph, Cove st n of Franklin 
Hook John, tailor, w side Eutaw st near Madison 
R* 



HOO ^ 210 HOP 



Hoop Peter, rr.ilkman, alley w of William st. s of West 
Hooper Mrs Susan, dress maker, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Hooper S. mariner, Concord st betw Pratt and Lombard sts 
Hooper Wm. E. firm Hardester^ Hooper & Co. dw Fawn st w 

of Exeter 
Hooper Wm. carpenter. Amity st n of Lexington 
Hooper & Hardester, grocers & ship chandlers, 70 Bowly's whf. 
Hooper Wm. firm ditto, Pratt st e of Exeter 
Hooper James B. carpenter, Poppleton st s of Lexington 
Hooper & Graff clothiers, cor Baltimore and Eden sis. dw Jas. 

Hooper, cor Aisquith«nd Holland sts 
Hooper James, dw Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Hooper Wm. H. carpenter, w side Bond st n of Fleet 
Hooper Mary, 75 Bond st 
Hooper John, tailor, Orleans st w of Lewis 
Hooper J. & Son, wholesale and retail grocers, 16 Light st whf 
Hooper James, dentist, Jefierson st e of Canal 
Hooper Mrs Ruth, Harford av near Ropewalk 
Hooper Amasa, painter, e side Gay st s of East 
Hooper James, cabinet maker, n side Gay st av of Mott 
Hooper Joseph M. cabinet maker, Mott st n of Gay 
Hooper Francis, butcher, Columbia st w of Cove 
Hooper Thomas, cooper, L Green st n of Conway 
Hooper R. firm Hooper & Whitridore, dw Paca st w of the bend 
Hooper John, lumber inspector, cor Conway and Howard sts 
Hooper James, dw Bar re st w of Hanover 
Hooper T- com. mt. 6 Spear's wharf, dw Barre st e of Sharp 
Hooper Thomas T. seaman, Yorkst e of Charles 
Hooper J. P. firm Hooper &Sons, dw Charles st s of Barre 
Hooper James, firm Hooper & Sons, dw Charles st s of Barre 
Hooper John, seaman, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Hooper Ellen, tavern, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Hooper Rachel, tailoress, e Pratt st near the Falls 
Hoops Amos, carpenter, Pitt st w of Potter / 

Hoolahan Daniel, slater, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 
Hoover Henry, tailor, 55 Centre market space 
Hoover George, butcher, Columbia st e of Cove 
Hoover mrs Rebecca, Columbia st e of Scott 
Hope Daniel, brush store, 50 w Pratt st 
Hope Wm. book keeper, Pratt st e of Exeter 
Hope Miss, principal of female academy, 50 n Howard st 
Hope R. E. 52 n Exeter st 

Hope David, brushmaker. Light si 3 doors n of Henrietta 
Hope Wm. H. stereotype founder, Lee st w of Charles 
Hope Wm. clerk, 137 s Paca st 

Hopkins &- Hull, dry goods merchants, 202 Baltimore st 
Hopkins Robert, of firm, dw Lombard st 

Hopkins Basil B. of firm, Lexington st betw Charles and Liberty 
Hopkins John W. tailor. Cove st n of Mulberry 
Hopkins A. tavern, Lovely lane near Calvert st 



HOP 211 HOR 

Hopkins T. W. & G. wholesale crrocers & commission mts. Light 

St wharf, dvv Sharp s of Pratt 
Hopkins G. T. grocer, cor Pratt st and Light st wharf, dw w 

side Sharp st 4 doors s of Pratt 
Hopkins J. Bro. & Co. wholesale grocers, cor Lombard & Grant 
Hopkins Saml. of firm, dw Lombard si e of Sharp 
Hopkins Wm. M. dry ufoods merchant, 101 Baltimore st 
Hopkins Mrs. s w cor Baltimore and Pine sla 
Hopkins Richard, broker, 84 Pitt st 
Hopkins mrs Charlotte W, cor Pitt and Comet sts 
Hopkins Wm. labourer, Caroline st s of Hampstead 
Hopkins Dennis, labourer n side French st opposite Potter 
Hopkins G. W. book and job printer, s side Gay st w of Front 
Hopkins John, coachsmith, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Hopkins Joseph, shoemaker, Frederick road w of toll gate 
Hopkins John L. firm Dixon & Hopkins, dvv Paca st e of Cove 
Hopkins Samuel, stone cutter, Armistead lane vv of William st 
Hopkins Samuel, labourer. Sharp st s of Hill 
Hopkins Thomas, pilot, Lancaster st e of Market 
Hopkins Eliza, Lombard st w of Caroline 
Hopkins James, shoemaker, Lombard st w of Market 
Hopkins R. P. dry goods store, 20 e Baltimore st 
Hopkins Franklin, tinner, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Hopkins James, currier, cor Exeter and Granby sts 
Hopkins Johns, firm Hopkins & Brothers, dw e side Sharp st 4 

doors s of German 
Hopp Jacob, labourer, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Hoppe Justus, custom house, dw 53 Hanover st 
Hoppell George, bricklayer, Orleans st e of Strawberry alley 

Hopper prop. VVestern Hotel, Baltimore st w of PineJ 

Hopper Ellen, s side Hillen si w of Exeter 

Horan Timothy, grocer, cor Pitt and Canal sts 

Horan mrs Ellen, dressmaker, 14 Holliday st 

Horan John, carpenter, 14 Holliday st 

Horan Roger, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 

Horn Alexander, millwright, Raborg ct e of Cove 

Horn Henry, painter, German st opposite Pine 

Home Jacob, dry goods merchant, 59 Howard st 

Horner Richard, hackman, Eden st n of Orleans 

Horner Abel, carpenter, Charles st s of Henrietta 

Horney J. A. shoemaker, Preston st near Ross 

Horney Absalom, mariner, Lancaster st w of Ann 

Horney Samuel, shipwright, 75 Fleet st 

Horney Edw. shoe store, 32 w Pratt st. dw Lombard w of Bond 

Horney Thomas, ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Horning George D. baker, Wilk st w of Spring 

Horsey Outerbridge, jr. attorney at law. Law buildings opposite 

the Record office 
Horsley mrs M. A. High st s of Lombard 

Horstman Jas. firm Abrams & Horstman, dw Bait, st e of Market 
Horstraan Luke, seaman, w of Cove st s of Columbia 



HOR 212 HOW 

Horstman Charles^, ship joiner, e side Ann st n of Bank 
HortoD Henry P. fire engine hose manufacturer, 27 n Frederick 

St. dw"^59 Pitt 
Horton John S. engraver, over s e cor South and Baltimore sts. 

dw Chatsworth st n ofBiddle 
Horwitz O* attorney at law, North st n of Post office 
Horvvitz Dr. J. corner Baltimore and Temple sts 
Horwitz T. B. com mt. w side Frederick st 4 doors s of Baltimore 
Hosack David, tanner, Harford av n of Madison st 
Hoshter John, cooper, e side Exeter st s of French 
Horze F. & Son, shoe store, e side Hanover st 1 door s of Pratt 
Horze F. sen. of firm, dw Hanover st n of Sugar alley 
Horze F. jr. of firm, dw Henrietta st 1 door e of Hanover 
Hoskspringer David, pedlar, 27 Fleet st 
Hosier John, blacksmith, Gough st e of Caroline 
Hosmer Albert N, poller, Baltimore st w of Spring 
Hoss Valentine, labourer, adjoinit.g Telegraph, Federal Hill 
Hoss John F. architect and builder, cor High and Lombard sts 
Hossefross Mary, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
Hotchkiss J. P.'firm Merrill & Hotchkiss, Franklin st e of Chas, 
Hotmere Henry, victualler, Hoffman st near Penn avenue 
Hotmere Richard, do do do 

Hottman Henry, tailor, Amity st n of Lexington 
Houber Philip, tailor, 55 Centre market space 
Houck Henry, boarding house, 28 n Eutaw st 
Houck Jacob, prop. Houck's Panacea, 16 Hanover st — see ad- 
advertisement page 28 
Hough S. & R. wholesale grocers, Pratt st wharf 
Hough Robert, of firm, dw 116 Hanover st 
Hough Charles A. watch and clock maker, 26i w Pratt st 
Hough Mrs. seamstress, Marion st e of Eutaw 
Houghton mrs Mary H. milliner, 25 n Charles st 
'Houlton Wm. firm VVilliams & Houlton, cor Exeter and Hillen 
House Samuel & Son, lumber and coal merchants, s w corner 

Barry st and Light st wharf 
House Wm. A. of firm, dw n side Camden st between Charles 

and Hanover 
House Samuel, of firm, s side Camden st cor Bradford alley 
House Thomas J. lumber mt. n w cor Paca and Saratoga sts 
House Samuel, jr. s e cor Greene and Mulberry sts 
House John, grocer, cor Eden and Wilk sts 
Houseman mrs Elizabeth, Hill st e of Sharp 
Housen Henry, tailor, President st n of Wilk 
Houston Saml. T. clerk, Frankhn st 2 doors e of Greene 
Houston James F. Biddle st near Ross 
Houston mrs Mary, Preston st near Ross 
•Houyson Ann G. seamstress, w side Potter st s of Hillen 
Howard James, w side Eutaw st near Madison 
Howard D. Carvel, cor Park and Saratoga sts 
Howard Factory, (tannery,) North st opposite the jail, George 
Appold & Son, proprietors 



HOW 213 HUB 



Howard mrs Cornelia A. Franklin St e of Cathedral 
Howard Charles, dw Mount Vernon place, Charles st 
Howard Eli D. firm Wright & Howard, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Howard mrs Louisa, Aisquith st s of Madison 
Howard Robt. & Co. com. mts. O'Donnell's wharf, dw n side 

Hillen st 3 doors e of Exeter 
Howard James, merchant, Eutaw st s of Madison 
Howard James, e side Frederick st n of Second 

Howard w side Faca st n of Fayette 

Howard Charles B. confectioner, n side Gay st w of Exeter 
Howard James, labourer, Columbia st w of Scott 
Howard Benjamin, carter, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Howard Cornelius, carpenter, Goucrh st s of Stiles 
Howard Wm. boot maker, 35 w Pratt st 
Howard T. G. bricklayer, s e cor German and Eutaw sts 
Howard Enijine House, w side Paca st n of Fayette 
Howe Patrick, carpenter, n Calvert st adjoinincr City mill 

Howe firm Menzies & Howe, boards 25 s Howard st 

Howell Wm. & Son, merchants, 46 s Gay st 
Howell John B. of firm, dw Franklin st 1 door w of Charles 
Howell Wm. P. oil, paint, and glass store, 22 Cheapside, dw Or- 
leans st e of Forest 
Howitz Charles, 304 Harrison st up stairs 
Howland mrs Rebecca Ann, 1 Baltimore st 
Hownagle Conrad, cabinet maker, e side Jew alley 
Howser Jacob, milk seller, w side Light st near Meth. cemetry 
Howser mrs Barbara, 19 Pitt st 
Howser Catharine, w side East st n of Douglass 
Howser Jacob R. chairmaker, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Hoxter Meyer, pedlar, Wilk st e of High 
HoxterMary, cor Wilk st and Argyle alley 
Hoy t Aaron B. dw and school cor Pleasant and Charles sts 
Hubbard Frances, cor North and Pleasant sts 
Hubbard George, mariner, Washington st s of Wilk 
Hubbard & Shanabrook, porter house, basement of Assembly 

Rooms, cor Fayette and Holliday sts 
Hubbard capt Wm. Caroline st n of Gough 

Hubbard dw Mulberry st betw Pine and Pearl 

Hubbard John, blacksmith, 128 n Howard st 

Hubbard mrs Mary Ann, 231 n Howard st 

Hubbard James, cordwainer, cor Cove and Mulberry sts 

Hubbard John, shoemaker, Monument st w of Spring 

Hubbard Daniel, York avenue n af Madison st 

Hubbard Thos. S. tailor, w side Potter st n of Gay 

Hubbard Wm. e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Hubbard Wm. ship joiner, cor Fleet st and Star alley 

Hubbard Sarah. 16 Philpot st 

Hubbard Susannah, e side Bond st s of Baltimore 

Hubbard Charlotte, tailoress, cor Washington and Wilk sts 

Hubbard James, cooper, 96 Bond st 

Hubbart (or Hubbard) & Mullenj'^carvers, Alice Anna w of Ann 



HUB 214 HUG 

Hubbart Samuel, dw Bank st w of Bond 

Hubbart Jeremiah, blacksmith^ Bank st e of Caroline 

Hubbar John, shoemaker, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 

Hubbell Ebenezer, brass founder, 11 n Liberty sr. dw Pearl st n 

of Lexington 
Hubbell mrs J. boardinor house, 55 s Sharp st 
Huber Henry, printer, Cove st n of Lexington 
Huber Henry, grocer, n e cor Baliimore and Amity sts 
Hucorn mrs Eliza, boarding house, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Hudson capt Robert, mt. dw cor Market and Lombard sts 
Hudson Mary, tailoress, e side Exeter st s of French 
Hudson Edward, blacksmith, e side Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Hudson David W. dep. sheriff, 6 Spring st opp fountain 
Hufer Lewis, cooper, s side Hillen st e of East 
Huffnagle Conrad, cabinet maker, Jew alley near Marion st 
Hugg Richard, shoemaker, Park st n of Saratoga 
Hugg E. S milliner, n side Gay ste of Molt 
Hugg capt Jacob W. e side Caroline st n of Gough 
Hugsins Josiah G. 47 w Pratt st 
Huggins Joseph, jeweller, 130 n Paca st 

Hughes Philip, brush mak. Saratogas! w of Poppleton, basement 
Hughes mrs Susan W. fancy store, 17 e Baltimore st 
Hughes John, Holliday st n of Bath 

Hughes Patrick, grocer. North st betw Pleasant and Bath sts 
Hughes Aquilla D. dealer in watches, jewelry, Sec. 3 North st. 

dw corEutawand Saratoga 
Hughes Geo. A. s e cor Liberty and Saratoga sts 
Hughes Felix, worker at Gas house, 15 Mulberry st 
Hughes mrs Jane, Franklin st e of Cove 

Hughes James, gardener, n of Philadelphia road, near city limits 
Hughes Jas. bricklayer, Mullikin st n e of Fairmount 
Hughes Patrick, n side French st opp Potter 
Hughes Aquilla, grocer, s w cor Saratoga and Eutaw sts 
Hughes Elijah, saddle and harness maker, Gay st e of Front 
Hughes Patrick, carter, wside Eastst n of Ensor 
Hughes Patrick, labourer, w side High st s of French 
Hughes Hugh, machinist, Lombard st e of Amity 
Hughes Wm. Charles st s of Sugar alley 
Hughes Thomas, watchman, Choptank st sof Hampstead 
Hughes James, gardener, w of Loney's lane n of e Mon't st ext. 
Hughes capt Scott, Gough st e of Caroline 
Hughes John, labourer. Block st w of Thames 
Hughes Wm. chair maker, Pratt st w of Market 
Hughes John, cabinet maker, e side Bond st s of Bank st 
Hughes Patrick, s side Fish market, at bridge 
Hughes Vincent, fisher. Concord st s of Fish market 
Hughes Ann, grocer, UODugan's wharf 
Hughes Hugh C. T. grocer, s w cor Dugan's whf and Wall st 
Hughes Jeremiah, publisher ("Niles's) National Register," over 

3 Exchange place, Lombard st 
Hughlet Chatham, halter, Swan st 



HUG 215 HUN 



Hughnes John, labourer, Block st w of Thames 

Hughson &. Vail, saddle, harness and trunk makers, 1 s Calvert 

Hughson James W. of firm, dvv North st n of Saratoga 

Hnghston Wm. Pearl st s of Franklin 

Hughston James, gardener, Holland st w of Canal 

Huheey James, I'armer, vv side Exeter st n of Gay 

Huisler John, tobacconist, Pratt st e of Paca 

Hull Robert, firm Janney, Hopkins & Hull, dw n side Lombard 

st 2 doors e of Sharp 
Hull Elizabeth, grocer, s e cor Falls st and Liberty alley 
Hull T. J. scrivener, Lowst w of High 
Hulls John, paints and paper hangings, glass and oils store, and 

Venitian blind maker, n side Gay st e of Front 
Hullet James, carter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Hulse John H. dyer, 8 w Lexington st w of Liberty 
Hulse John, dyer, cor Holliday and Saratoga sts 
Hujse John, collector, w side High st s of French 
Hultz rars Mary, Aisquith sts of Low 
Hultz Frederick, cooper, Lee st w of Light 
Hultz mrs Catharine, seamstress, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Humane Impartial Society f^^r the benefit of widows and orphans, 

n side Gay st s of Baltimore, Mrs. Meades, sup't 
Humes Thomas, jr. grocer, s w cor Hillen and High sts 
Humm C. grocer, s e cor Sterling and Madison sts 
Humphrey Richard, gardener, Eager st 
Humphreys Francis, baker. Canal st s of L McElderry 
Humphreys Thomas W. feed store, 18 Lancaster st 
Humphreys Henry, shoemaker, House's court, s of Conway st w 

of Charles 
Humphreys Elizabeth Jane, Lancaster st e of Market 
Humphreys Thomas, silversmith, 105 s Howard st 
Hune H. C. tobacconist, e side Penti avenue s of Union st 
Hunemeier J. W. ;shoemaker, Happy alley s of Alice Anna st 
Hunichenn G. merchant, Charles st. dw Conway w of Hanover 
Hunt S. & T. H. saddle, harness, and travelling trunk man. 127 

Baltimore st — see advertisement page 31 
Hunt Samuel, of firm, dw Baltimore st corner of Grant 
Hunt Elizabeth, cor Park and Clay sts 
Hunt Stephen, blacksmith, Poppleton st n of Raborg 
Hunt Elizabeth, e side High st s of Low 
Hunt mrs Prudence, Columb'a st e of Emory 
Hunt Henry, wheelwright, Charles s of Hill, dw Hill e of Hanover 
Hunt Andrew, blacksmith, Charles st n of Montgomery, dw cor 

Hill and Hanover sts 
Hunt Jesse, city register, 138 s Sharp st cor Lee 
Hunt Robert K. carpenter, Lombard *&t e of Bond 
Hunt Susanna, fancy store. Market st s of Alice Anna 
Hunt Wm. ship carpenter, Market st s of Alice Anna 
Hunt Martin, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Lancaster st 
Hunt Samuel & Co. mt tailors, 14 s Calvert st 
Hunt Samuel, dw cor Exeter and Salisbury sts 



HUN 216 HUT 

Hunt John W. fancy store, 15 s Exeter st 

Hunt H. W. nnath'l inslrunient maker, 60 South st 

Huntemuller Hernfian, tobacco ml. cor Camden and Sharp sts 

Hunter John, drayman, Holliday st s of Pleasant 

Hunter Hamilton, Perry st w of Sharp 

Hunter Wm. tobacconist, Madison st vv of Howard 

Hunter capt David, cor Alice Anna st and Strawberry alley 

Hunter Elizabeth, Wagon alley e of Eiitaw st 

Hunter Joseph, mariner, 23 Alice Anna st 

Hunter John,, carpenter, Aisquith st n of Holland 

Hunter Mary, boarding house, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 

Hunter Jene\, w side Front st n of Pitt 

Hunter mrs Mary, boarding house. Gay st near Aisquith 

Hunter Andrew, shoemaker, e side Potter st n of Gay 

Hunter Wm. ''Rising Sun Tavern," n High st 

Hunitng Daniel, haokman, w side Exeter st s of Lombard 

Huntington A. B. accountant, w side Aisquith st s of Madison 

Hupel Augustine, snutf miller, Constitution st n of French 

Hupfeld sTSchroeter, importers of German fancy goods, over 199 

Baltimore st 
Hupfeld Henry, of firm, dw Conway st 

Huppman Valentine, saddler, 23 C. market sp. dw Pitt e of East 
Huppman Nicholas, dry goods mts. 13 n Howard st 
Huppman George, piano manufacturer, 26 Hanover st 
Hurdle Robert, shoemaker, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Hurdle George, bricklayer, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Hurdle James, bricklayer, York st w of Light 
Hurst mrs Elizabeth, York st e of Light 
Hurst mrs M. A. tailoress, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Hurst George, locksmith, n side Hillen st w of High ' 
Hurst John, firm Barry & Hurst, dw Pratt st e of Sharp 
Hurtt Henry, tailor, Monument st e of Canal 
Hurtt James A. tinner, cor Charles and Hill sts 
Hurtt John, Fieei st e of Bond 
Hurtt Elizabeth, 64 s Charles st 
Hurtt H. N. hat store, 5S w Pratt st 
Husband M. B. dry goods merchant, 43 w Pratt st 
Husband J. E. exchange office, 63i n Gay st 
Hush Henry, cooper, 126 n Howard st 
Hush Abm. Wheat Sheaf Inn, Frederick road w of toll gate 
Husselbaugh Henry, carpenter, cor Jasper and New sis 
Hussey Stephen, clerk, Hargrove alley n of Centre st 
Hussey & Elder, Eutaw House, cor Eutaw and Baltimore sts 
Hussey Asahel, of firm, dw n side Baltimore st w of Eutaw 
Husier Andrew, butcher, Coiun)bia st w of Cove 
Hulchins Nicholas, keeper livery stables, Front st s of Gay 
Hutchins James, whitesmith, w side Eastst s of Douglass 
Hutchinson Arthur, Ross st near Eutaw 

Hutchinson Mary Ann, grocer, cor Lombard and Albemarle sts 
Hutchinson Richard H. carpenter, n side Gay st e of Mott 
Hutchinson Thos. shoemaker, 37 s Gay sU dw Low w of High 



HUT 217 HYN 

Hutchings capt Samuel, Alice Anna st w of Ann 

Hutchings mariner, vv side Canal st n of Lombard 

HutchincTson James, hatter^ Canal st s ofGoui^h 

Hutchin^son & Weart, acrents and prop, good intent stage line, 

14 w Pratt st opp R R depot 
Hutchinson John C. hat store, Pratt st near e Falls avenue 
Hutson George, wagoner, Frederick road \v of toll gale 
Hutson John, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Hutson Martha, Market st n of Fleet 
Hutton J. s w cor North and Lexington sts 
Hutton G. M. grocer, 24 Baltimore st. d\v North near Lex'n 
Hutton Elijah, bricklayer, Aisquithst s of Comet 
Hutton Thomas, huckster, William st s of Giddings's row 
Hutzler Moses, pedlar, w side Exeter st n of Wilk 
Hux Christian, paver, Liberty alley n of Monument st 
Huxford Henry, varnish man. Collins's court, vv of Cove st rear 

of Saratoga 
Huxford David, painter^ do.» do. 

Huyghe Joseph, firm Severe & Huyghe, dw Bank e of Caroline 
Huzza John, constable, at Esq. Gorsuch's office, dw Potter st 

n of Gay 
Huzza Jane, dress maker, w side Market alley n of Saratoga st 
Hyam Abm. paper hanger, Camden st e of Paca 
Hyatt & Stump, grocers, 5S South st 
Hyatt A. 6 St Paul st 
Hyde Samuel G. soap and candle man. 21 Saratoga st cor Hol- 

liday, dw Pleasant beiw Calvert and Courlland 
Hyde Mary, w side Spring st s of Pratt 
Hyde Francis, cor Pleasant and HoUiday sts 
Hyde mrs Rachel, Calvert st s of Saratoga 
Hyde Francis & Sons, fancy soap and candle manufacturers, 14 

Pleasant st e of North, dw adjoining 
Hyde Moses, of firm, dw Front st betw Gay and Hillen 
Hyde Thomas T. carpenter, Davis st s of Pleasant, dw High st 

near Gay 
Hyde Wm. J. & Easter, dry goods mts. 153 Baltimore st 
Hyde Wm. J. dw Front st n ol' Pitt 
Hyde Oliver, jr. machinist, Sterling st near Mott 
Hyde Margaret, grocer, s w cor Exeter and Low sts 
Hyde mrs Sarah, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Hyde John, machinist, William st s of Hamburg 
Hyde Geo. A. sugar baker, Lombard st e of Exeter 
Hye James, painter, Montgomery ste of Charles 
Hyland Henry M. blacksmith, Orleans st w of Caroline 
Hyland L. G. carpenter, Preston st near Ross 
Hyland Stephen, house carpenter, Orleans st w of Short 
Hymes Thos. silversmith, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Hymiller Jacob, carpenter. Orchard st near Ross 
Hynson Nathaniel K. over 24 Baltimore st • 
Hynson Benj. cabinet maker, Aisquith st s of McElderry 
Hynson Mary J, Eden st s of Bank 
S 



HYN 218 IRV 

Hynson J. R. dry goods dealer, e side Howard st s of German 

Hyser John, shoemaker^ Conway si w of Charles 

Hyson Solomon, iron moulder, w side Light st n of Henrietta 

IaMBRECHT Henry, w side High st n of Pitt 

TAnson Richard M. com mt. and feed store, Dugan's wf 1 door 

s of Pratt St. dw Lombard st w of Lloyd 
bry John, shoemaker, e side Light st s of Hamburg 
cefield Isaac, pedlar, Bond st n of Wilk 
corns George, tailor, cor Wilk and President sts 
hler Conrad, tavern, Camden court, n side Hanover market 
horn Geo. labourer, Lancaster st w of Bond 
hre Charles, fisher, Gould's court, n of Montg'y st w of Light 
lis George, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 
mbrie & Farnum, com mts. over 16 German st 
mhoff George, tailor. High st s of Stiles 
ndependent Engine House aad Town Clock, intersection of 

Gay and Ensor sts , 
nderrieden Joseph, fur and silk hat manufacturer, 42 Baltimore 

St. dw 3 Temple 
nemer Peter N. collector, 4 Mulberry st w of Calvert 
nfirmary, Lombard st w of Greene— see University of Maryland 
ng Edward, collector, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
nor Edward, jr. exchange broker, 2 w side Calvert st 
ngalls Dimond, stone cutter, Pratt st w of Greene 
ngle George, cordwainer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
nglehart Abraham, butcher, 23 j!\.lice Anna st 
no^lehart Adam, tailor. President st.n of Wilk 
nglis Miss, 30 St Paul st 

ngman Edward, tailor, 24 Centre market space 
ngram Chas. tobacconist, Pratt st e of South, dw cor Pitt & Eden 
no-ram John H. pilot, Lancaster st w of Ann 
nloes J. S. & Co. dry goods mts. 188 Baltimore st 
nloes Joshua S. of firm, dw 127 Hanover st 
nloes Edward, cooper, Lee st w of Light 
nloes Wm. ship joiner, Alice Anna st e of Ann 
nloes Dr. H. A. Alice Anna st e of Bond 
nloes John, cooper, w side Hiirh st s of Pratt 
nnes Allen L. boot and shoemaker, 4 Baltimore st 
nnes Gregory, grocer, Light st. dw Henrietta w of Light 
ockel Coonrod, baker, cor Front and Hillen sts 
relan David, shoemaker, dw Pearl st s of Fayette 
relan John, shoemaker, Pearl st s of Lexington 
reland David, boots, shoes, &. moccasins dealer, over 2451 Bait, 
reland James, burr stone cutter, York avenue n of Madison 8t 
reland Elizabeth, President sis of Pratt 
ronmonger Charles, Lexington st w of Charles 
rons Thomas, bricklayer, Eden st s of Jefferson 
rons Francis, shoemaker, 100 Dugan's wharf 
rvin John, carpenter, Cowpen al. dw cor Eutaw and Ross sts 
rvin John, confectionerj cor St Paul st and Bank lane 



IRV 219 JAC 

Irvin George W. tailor, 41 w Pratt st. dw Pine n of Raborg 

Irwin James, bricklayer, e side Paca st near Ross 

Irwin Joseph W. shoemaker, Eden st n of Gough 

Irwin Thomas, 99 Hanover st 

Irwin JameS; drayman, w side Howard st 2 doors n of Perry 

Isaacs Isaac, tailor and scourer, 60 Harrison st 

Isaacs Gabriel, trader, 51 Harrison st 

Isett mrs Margaret, Burcrundy alley e of Warner st 

Isett Wm. hatter. Dewberry alley near Baltimore st 

Isenmin^er Ellen, Granby st e ol Exeter 

Isley John, sugar refiner, nside Thomsen st e of Friendship 

Ismael George, shoemaker, cor Pratt st and Sleramer alley 

Israel Wm. cooper, Raborg st e of Pine 

Israel Fielder, property agent, n w cor St Paul and Fayette sts. 

dw w side Greene s of Franklin 
Israel Jacob, grocery & feed store, s side Baltimore st w of Pine, 

cooper shop opposite 
Israel Robert, Franklin st w of Pearl 
luhn Abraham, shoemaker, Market st n of Fleet < 

luhn Solomon, clothier, Fleet st e of Caroline 
Ives James, 21 Lombard st w of Centre Market space 
Ives Wm. brass founder, 16 Salisbury st 
Ives C. H. L. proprietor of Canton depot house 

JTaALKOPFF Martin, labourer, cor Conway & L Greene 
Jacel Conrad, labourer, Hoffman st near Ross 
Jackdl Benj. tailor, w side Grant st s of Water 
Jackson Aarpn, grocer, cor Poppleton and Saratoga sts 
Jackson John, blacksmith, s end McElderry's wharf 
Jackson Wm. shoemaker. State st n of Mulberry 
Jackson capt Hector, Fleet st w of Ann 
Jackson James R. 26 New Church st 
Jackson James, labourer, Canton 
Jackson Charles, dentist, 8 n Frederick st 
Jackson Samuel, drayman, Castle alley w of Fleet st 
Jackson Samuel, cutler and surgical instrument maker, 11 n Lib- 
erty St. dw s e cor German and Liberty sts 
Jackson Joseph, labourer, Wolfe st n of Gough 
Jackson George, carpenter, Jackson's court, between Saratoga 

and licxington sts e of Rock 
Jackson John, rigger, 6 Market st s of Thames, County wharf 
Jackson James, dry goods merchant, 19 Baltimore st 
Jackson Dr. C. R. High st n of Lombard 
Jackson Robert, shoemaker, Abraham st near Britain 
Jackson Alex. I. W. warden of Md. Penitentiary, dw at ditto 
Jackson James, shoemaker, inter, of Harford av and Ensor st 
Jackson John, blacksmith, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Jackson Ann, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Jackson Jonathan, constable, e side Bond st n of Lombard 
Jackson Lorinda, seamstress, Gould's court n of Montgomery st 
Jackson Jacob, tavern, cor Wilk and Caroline sts 



JAC 220 JAR 

Jackson Samuel A. cabinet maker, Charles st n of Hill 

Jackson major Wm. Thames st w of Bond 

Jacob Geo. gold and silver sm. and watchmaker, 58 n Howard st 

Jacob John, tailor, s side Lombard st e of Frederick 

Jacob John F. brickmaker, s of West st w of Johnson 

Jacobi Jacob, labourer, 10 Thames st 

Jacobs mrs Mary, Monument st betw Constitution and Forest 

Jacobs Samuel, clock dealer, w of Front st n of Gay 

Jacobs Robert, 83 n Paca st 

Jacobs Richd. watchman, Giddings's row e of Light st s of West 

Jacobs & Baitzel, carpenters, e side Howard st 4 doors n of Dover 

Jacobs Zachariah, of firm, dw Conway st 

Jacobsen Henry G. Danish Consul, office 45 s Gay st. dw e side 
Sharp i door n of Camden 

Jacob}-- Isaac, second hand dealer, cor Lombard and Charles sts 

Jacot A. watchmaker, Hi South st — see adverisement page 18 

Jagels John, grocer, Eden st n of Baltimore 

Jail Baltimore City and County, e side Jones's Falls n of Madi- 
son St. James Disney, warden 

Jamart M. proprietor of "Exchange Coffee House and Hotel,'* 
opposite s end Exchange 

James Achsah, Saratoga st betw Liberty and Park 

James Wm. bricklayer, Howard st s of Richmond 

James Samuel, plaisterer, George st e of Pine 

James John, cabinet maker, Ross st near Diddle 

James Joseph, plaisterer, 12 Maiden lane 

James Thomas C. segar manufacturer. Fleet st w of Market 

James Elizabeth, Fleet st e of Washington 

James Sarah, Granby st w of Exeter 

James George, Aisquith st n of Monument 

James John, carpenter, Aisquith st s of Comet 

James Basil, grocer, s w cor Paca and Mulberry sts 

James John, n side Gay st e of Mott 

James Wm. blacksmith, Hollins st e of Poppleton 

James Amos, cor Eutaw and Camden sts 

James mrs Mary, grocer, Paca ste of L Greene [of Wills 

James Levi, boat builder, Thames st e of Wolfe, dw Market n 

James Ann, boarding house, over 9 s Calvert st 

Jameson Dr. Horatio G. Lexington st w of Park 

Jameison John, cooper. Commerce st s of Pratt 

Jamison Wm. M. cooper. East st n of Pitt 

Jamison Joseph, pres. Bait. Gunpowder Co. office 16 n Fred'kst 

Jamison Dr. T. W. 16 n Frederick st 

Jamison John, cooper. Commerce st. dw Pratt w of Canal 

Jamison Archibald, weaver, Preston st near Penn avenue 

Janney Hopkins & Hull, dry goods merchants, 202 Baltimore si 
Janney J. of firm, dw e side Sharp si 1 door n of Lombard 

January Henry, shoemaker, cor Chestnut al and Chatsworthst 
January Daniel, stone cutter, Union st near Penn avenue 
Jarboe John R. '^Ladies Literary Institute" 44 s High st 
Jarrett Thos. superintendent streets, dw Franklin st e of Cove 



JAR 221 JEN 

Jarrett Asbury, clothier, 14 e Baltimore st 

Jarreit Samuel, Pearl st s of Fayette 

Jarrett John, Conway st e of Eutaw 

Jarvis Joseph, produce merchant, Franklin st w of Howard, dw 

246 n Howard [Howard 

Jarvis Joseph, jr. produce mt. Howard st s of Franklin dw 264 
Jarvis Wm. H. lottery and exchange office, n w cor Baltimore 

and McClellan's st. dw 6P n Howard st 
Jarvis Amos, cooper, Hill st e of Sharp, dw Charles near York 
JarvisJLeonard, over 193 Baltimore st. dw Charles n of Lexington 
Jarvis Elijah, blacksmith, Hollins st w of Amity 
Jatho Henry, jeweller watchmaker and silversmith, 82 Bait st 
Jay John, seaman, n side French st opposite Exeter 
Jay Thomas W. clerk 178 Hanover st 
Jay Stephen, carpenter, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Jean Elijah, carpenter, Raborgst e of Pine 
Jean Mary, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Jefiers James H. of police, at Esq Miltenberger's office, dw s side 

Ensor st w of Monument 
Jeffers Matthias, mariner, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Jeffers Madison, tavern, cor Plowman and Albemarle sts 
Jeffers Wm. engineer. President st n of Wilk 
Jeffries mrs Mary, Montgomery st w of William 
Jeffress Thomas, paper hanger, Pratt st w of Eutaw, dw Cam- 
den w of Eutaw 
Jeffress Alexander, engineer, L Greene st s of Paca 
Jeffrey Wm. carpet, oil cloth, &c. store, 76 Baltimore st. dwPitt 

w of x\isquith 
Jeffries Wm. Y. chair maker. Second st e of Market space, dw 

cor Canal and Jackson sis 
Jenkins Robert, ladies' shoemaker, 24 w Fayette st betw Park 

and Howard 
Jenkins M. Courtney, attorney at law, Fayette st e of St Paul, 

dw Park n of Mulberry 
Jenkins. Edwd. F. & Sons, saddlers' hardware store, 148 Bait st 
Jenkins E. F. J. of firm, dw Courtland st s of Mulberry 
Jenkins Austin, of firm, dw 82 n Liberty st 
Jenkins Alfred, of firm, dw 65 w Payette st 
Jenkins Wm. cooper, dw Lexinuton st e of Howard 
Jenkins Miss. Lexington st e of Charles 
Jenkins Joseph W. firm Poland, Jenkins & Co. dw St Paul st s 

of Franklin 
Jenkins Hugh, miller, e side Commerce st below Cable, dw St 

Paul n of Saratoga 
Jenkins mrs Sarah, Franklin st e of Pine 
Jenkins Clemens, seamstress Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Jenkins mrs Sarah, Pearl st s of Lexington 
Jenkins Wm. B. Eden st s of Orleans 
Jenkins Joseph, painter, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Jenkins Jesse H. painter, s side Ensor st w of Monument 



ns Henr}' W. cabinet maker, Light st. dw High s of French 
ns Joseph, farmer, Hughes st vv of WilUam 
ns James, cabinet maker, Montgomery st w of Light 
ns Fielder, mariner, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 
ns Henry, labourer, cor Fleet and Bond sts 
ns Alfred, painter, Pratt st opposite President 
ns Joseph, w side Happy alley n of Bank st 
ns James, tobacconistv23 Market st 
ns & Lilly, saddlers and harness makers, 10 South st 
ns F. H. of firm, dw 10 South st 

ns James, inspector customs, Lovely lane e of Calvert st 
ns L. A. & Co. commission merchants, 46 Light st 
ns L. A. of firnn, dw 21 German st 
ns A. & H. cabinet makers, 18 Light st 
ns Thos. C. firm Poland, Jenkins & Co. dw 2 Waterloo row 
ns Wm. & Sons, hide, oil and leather dealers, 4 Water st 
ns Edward, of firm, dw Mulberry st w of College alley 
Jenks Wm. P. firm Wm. R. Ashton'& Co. dw Union Factory 
Jenks Nathan, ostler, HoUiday st s of Pleasant 
Jenks mrs Jane, confectioner, 37 Pitt st 
Jennings Samuel, 3 e Fayette st 

Jennings mrs Samuel, milliner, 3 Fayette stopp Christ church 
Jennings Robert, shoemaker, Holland st w of Lewis 
Jennings Catharine, s side French st e of Bath 
Jennings mrs R. tailoress, s side Gay st e of the bridge 
Jennings Michael S. blacksmith, n w cor Aisquith and Douglass 
Jennings Michael, huckster, w side Hio-h st n of Pitt 
Jennings Joshua, farmer, Holiins st w of the market 
Jennings Thomas, butcher,^ Schroeder st s of Holiins 
Jennings John L. rigger, 10 Shakspeare st 
Jennings Dr. S. K. & Son, e Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Jennings Dr. S. K. dw at Washington Medical College 
Jennings Dr. Jacob M. dw and office e Baltimore st w of Lloyd 
Jenny Elizabeth, Star alley s of Wilk st 
Jent John, labourer, row w of Eutaw st s of Carpenter's alley 
Jerome John H. T. grocer, s w cor Paca and Fayette sts 
Jervis John, glazier, corner Bank st and Argyle alley 
Jessop mrs Priscilla, Aisquith sts of Madison 
Jessop Edward, firm Gillingham & Jessop, dw 140 s Sharp st 
Jewett A. G. teacher. Fort avenue s of powder house 
Jewett Joseph, proprietor Exchange Hotel, s w cor Exchange 

buildings, Exchange place, Lombard st 
Jewman Conrad, butcher, Alice Anna ste of Bond 
Jillard John, rigger, 43 Thames st 
Jobst M. W. boot and shoemaker, Fell st near Wolfe 
Jockel Martin, baker, Barre st w of Sharp 
Joeckel John, labourer, e side Light st s of Gittings's row- 
Johannes John M. jeweller, Bank lane betw Charles and St Paul 
sts. d w York avenue n of Monument st 



JOH 223 JOH 

John mrs Eliza M. variety store, 270 n Howard st 
Johns mrs Ann, fancy dress maker, 32 w Fayette st 
Johns Hosea, dw Fayette st betw Greene and Pearl sts 
Johns capt Richard H. cor Alice Anna and Ann sts 
Johns Rev. J. pastor Christ Church, dw Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Johnson E. "\|V, manufacturers' acrent, 57 s Charles st — see adv. 
Johnson Howard, fancy and Windsor chair man. s e cor Lexing- 
ton and Paca sts 
Johnson mrs Margaret, milliner, Lexington st e of Park 
Johnson Thomas, tanner, w end Saratoga st 
Johnson Hiram, teacher, Calvert st next house s of city spring 
Johnson Reverdy, Monument square cor Fayette st 
Johnson George, printer, cor Richmond and Howard sts 
Johnson James, coach painter. Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Johnson Frances, tailoress, row n of Pierce st w of Poppleton 
Johnson Robert, weaver, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Johnson George, grocer, cor Howard and Richmond sts 
Johnson Henry, weaver, Preston st near Ross 
Johnson Fergus, weaver, Pierce st w of Chaisworth 
Johnson Jarrett, blacksmith, Davis st s of Pleasant, dw Gay st 

near Mott 
Johnson Laurjen L. machinist, Poppleton st near Raborg 
Johnson mrs j\nn, grocer. Pine st s of George 
Johnson mrs^Grafton, 63 Baltimore st 
Johnson Jan^es, career, s w cor Baltimore and Pine sts 
Johnson F. ^ Co. lock manufacturers, 28 Baltimore st 
Johnson F. of firm, dw Jackson st 
Johnson Janjies, Aisquith st s of Hull's lane 
Johnson Chifistopher, millwright, Harford av n of Madison st 
Johnson mr^ Susan, seamstress, Canal st n of Monument 
Johnson Rudolph, morocco dresser, Canal st s of Jefferson 
Johnson Joshua, labourer. Strawberry alley n of Orleans st 
Johnson Tiips. H. tailor, s side Hi lien st 2 doors from Forest 
Johnson I. & J. bacon dealers, s side Hillen st e of East 
Johnson Isaac, of firm, dw n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Johnson James, shoemaker, n side Falls st w of Liberty alley 
Johnson Elizabeth, e side Front st n of Pitt 
Johnson Delia, seamstress, ¥"ork avenue n of Madison st 
Johnson Wm. hatter, Eutaw court opp Eutaw church 
Johnson Wm. machinist, Gay st near Monument 
Johnson Wm. shoemaker, n side Gay st 1 door e of Front 
Johnson John, labourer, Douglass st e of Potter 
Johnson Mary R. s of Wilk st near President — city property 
Johnson Thomas, shoemaker, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Johnson Wilhelmina, w side Exeter st n of Baltimore 
Johnson Mary, milliner, 77 Hanover st 
Johnson Samuel, carpenter, Hr)llins st w of Poppleton 
Johnson, Penrose & Co. coal dealers, Lombard st e of Light 
Johnson James, dw 27 Lombard st 
Johnson Edward, stone cutter, Pratt st e of Paca 
Johnson Charles, tailor, L Greene st n of Conway 
Johnson Auriann, seamstress, s side Mercer st e of Light 



JOH 224 JON 

Johnson James, cor Greene and Franklin sts. dw Paca st n of 

Carpenter's alley 
Johnson A. L. Greene st n of Columbia 
Johnson mrs Mary, Lee st vv of Sharp 
Johnson Henry, seaman, York st w of Light 
Johnson Wm. seaman, York st wofLis^ht 
Johnson Samuel, shoemaker, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Johnson Adolph, tavern, 23 Thames st 
Johnson Wm. M. grocer, 21 Market st. dw cor Shakspeare st 

and Argyle alley 
Johnson Jacob G. risfirer, Lancaster st w of Argyle alley 
Johnson Margaret, Fleet st w of Wolfe 

Johnson Wm. P. grocer, cor Lloyd & Lom'd sts. dw Bank e of 
Johnson Elijah, wood dealer, Stiles st w of Albemarle [Exeter 
Johnson mrs Ann Eliza, Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Johnson Christopher, Canton, on city line 
Johnson Sarah, Castle alley n of Fleet st 
Johnson John A. mariner. Wolfe st s of Alice Anna 
Johnson John, ship carpenterj e side Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 
Johnson Margaret, e side Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Johnson Henry, grocer, 23 Market st 
Johnson Ezekiel, letter carrier, w side Bond st s of Pratt 
Johnson mrs Ann, Eden st sof Gough 
Johnson Isaac S. trader, Eden st s ot Pratt 
Johnson mrs Eliza, e side Exeter st s of Salisbury 
Johnson John, grocer, 27 Centre market space 
Johnson Elizabeth, boarding house, 64 Centre market space 
Johnston Wm. house and sign painter, basement s w cor Fayette 

and St Paul sts 
Johnston Mrs. dre>s maker 78 Lombard st 
Johnston Archibald, tailor, w side Paca st 2 doors n of Baltimore . 
Johnston Wm. firm Bell & Johnston, dw Centre st near Howard 
'Johnston Dr. J. M. e side Frederick st 2 doors n of Baltimore 
Johnston Robert, Centre st e of Howard 
Johnston, Green & Blass, cabinet makers. Gay st n of Second 
Johnston David, weaver, Preston st near Penn avenue 
Johnston James, weaver, Pierce st w of Chats worth 
Johnston Moses, weaver. Pierce st w of Chats worth 
Johnston John, carpenter, Pine st s of Saratoga 
Johnsten Thos. D. lottery broker, s e cor Calvert and Baltimore 

sts. dw Howard st cor Cider alley 
Joice Joshua, brass founder, cor Comet and Aisquith els 
Joiner mrs Charlotte, Armistead lane w of William st 
Joiner Wm. boiler maker. Sugar alley w of William st 
Joines John, seaman, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Jones Joshua, printer, Fayette st betw North and Calvert 
Jones Uriah, tobacconist, Louisiana st betw Paca and Greene sts 
Jones Wm. halter, 7 New Church st 

Jones Wm. dry goods and confectionery store, 115 n Calvert st 
Jones Daniel, sailmaker. Canal st n of L McElderry 
Jones Josiah, 56 n Charles st 



JON 225 JON 



Jones mrs Eliza, 87 n Liberty st 

Jones Alphonso W. carpenter, St Mary ste ofPenn avenue ' 

Jones Wm. carpenter, Ross st near Biddle 

Jones Gilbert, i^ardener, Franklin st extended 

Jones mrs Elizabeth A. tailoress. Pine st n of Mulberry 

Jones John, salesman, cor Pine st and Chestnut alley 

Jones Mrs. boarding house, rear of 15 Baltimore st 

Jones Wm. firm Richardson & Jones, dvv 73 Baltimore st 

Jones, Woodward & Co. domestic com rats. 197 Baltimore st 

Jones, Andrew D. of firm, dw Eutaw st s of Lombard 

Jones Goffro, lot'y and exch. office, s w cor Liberty and Bait sts 

Jones John, labourer, L Hampstead st e of Strawberry alley 

Jones John, bricklayer, Holland st \v of Eden 

Jones mrs Mary, Friendship alley near Eden st between Pitt st 

and Union alley 
Jones Henry B. watchmaker, Holland st w of Eden 
Jones Solomon, math'l inst. maker. Monument st e of Canal 
Jones Wm. R. sec'y Bait. Insurance Co. dw 63 Pitt st 
Jones James, plaisterer. Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 
Jones mrs Mary, Harford aveuue n of Aisquith st 
Jones Wm, seaman, w side Canal st s of Orleans 
Jones Wm. shoemaker. Canal st n of L McElderry 
Jones John^ bricklayer, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Jones Wm. B. justice peace, 68 Bond, dw cor Eden & MuUiken 
Jones mrs Ann M. grocer, cor Eden and Mulliken sts 
Jones mrs Elizabeth, Lewis st s of Mulliken 
Jones Wm. wood dealer, Caroline st s of Hampstead 
Jones Benjamin P. cooper, Centre st. dw Hillen w of East - 
Jones Thomas, sside Falls st e of Liberty alley 
Jones David, teacher, 45 n Eutaw st 
Jones Thomas, saddler, e side Paca st near Franklin 
Jones Samuel, e side Market alley 

Jones James E. potter, s side Gay st w of High, dw High 
Jones Benjamin, bricklayer, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Jones Susanna, seamstress, Ensor st s of Madison 
Jones Basil, engineer, McHenry alley e of Popplelon st 
Jones Hamilton, tavern keeper, Pratt st e of Paca 
Jones Lewis, huckster, Howard st s of German 
Jones Wm. millwright. Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
Jones mrs Rebecca, seamstress, X alley s of Lee st 
Jones James, ship carpenter, Lee st e of Charles 
Jones Levin, mt. Light si wharf, dw Hill st w of Light 
Jones mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, L Hughes st w of Light 
Jones David, shoemaker, Henrietta st w of William 
Jones Elisha, fisher, Cross st e of Johnson 

Jones mrs Mary, 70 w Pratt st , . 

Jones Thomas, Hanover st s of Montgomery 
Jones Joseph, cheese dealer, 17 Thames st 
Jones Thomas, Lee st e of Hanover 
Jones Wash. B. firm Crookshank & Jones, Hanover st n of Lee 



JON 226 JOR 

Jones Wm. shipsmilh, Thames st e of Market, dw Market st n ©f 

Jones John, carter, Alice Anna st e of Bond [of Fleet 

Jones Dr. S. R. dentist, s e cor German and Liberty sts 

Jones Clementine, Alice Anna st w of Ann 

Jones Wm. Temple st 3 doors n of Baltimore 

Jones Henry, cordwainer, Alice Anna st e of Ann 

Jones Wm.'B. shipwright. Fleet st e of Washington 

Jones Owe^, carpenter, Wilk st vv of Spring 

Jones Temperance, cor Wilk and Ann sts 

Jones Joshua, bricklayer, Bank st e of Eden 

Jones Margaret, 8 Block st 

Jones Barren, shipwright, Block st w of Thames 

Jones Joel, druggist, cor Pratt and Caroline sts 

Jones JameSj grocer, cor Pratt and Albemarle sts 

Jones capt Planner, Gran by st e of Gough 

Jones Matthew, mariner, Granby st w of Canal 

Jones capt James, Granby st w of Canal 

Jones mrs A. dress maker, 31 e Pratt st 

Jones & Knox, druggists, cor Baltimore and Lloyd sts 

Jones Joel W. of firm, dw 23 Pitt st 

Jones capt Lemuel, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 

Jones Thomas L. bookbinder, Market st s of Baltimore 

Jones Reise, labourer, e side Apple alley s of Fleet st 

Jones mrs Ann, e side Bond st s of Baltimore 

Jones Eli, painter, Caroline st n of Gough 

Jones capt Wm. e side Canal st s- of Baltimore 

Jones Ezekiel, mariner, e side Canal st s of Gough 

Jones Thompson, mariner, e side Canal st s of Gough' 

Jones Bennet, blacksmith, e Falls avenue s of Pratt st 

Jones & Abbott, proprietors steam saw mill, w Falls avenue, 

City block — see advertisement page 3 
Jones Henry, of firm, dw Market st F. P. 
Jones Thomas, coachmaker, e side Frederick st n of Lombard 
Jones Wm. T. cooper, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
Jones James, merchant tailor, 24 South st 
Jones James C. boot and shoemaker, 43 South st 
Jones G. W. whip, cane and umbrella maker, 28 Light st 
Jones R. J, of A. E. com mt. 4 Light st wharf 
Jones Levin, grocer and com mt. 44 Light st wharf, dw Hill st 
Jones Talbot & Co. grocers and com mts. cor How'd & Lom'd 
Jones Samuel, jr. dw s w cor Eutaw and Fayette sts 
Jones Wm. confectionery, 56 w Pratt st 

Jontz George B. firm Young & Jontz, dw Franklin ste of Greene 
Jordan James, blacksmith, Cove st s of Baltimore 
Jordan Wm. grocer, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
Jordan Charles, dry goods dealer, 3 Md. Arcade and 36 c m sp. 
Jordan C. dress maker, e side Light st 2 doors n of Montgomery 
Jorden John M. plumber, and patent hydrant maker, 59 Centre 

market space — see advertisement page 17 
Jordoa Mrs. 94 Harrison st 
Jordon Henry, mariner, Chestnut alley w of Pine st 



JOS 227 KAN 



Joseph Thomas, labourer, Slemnier alley s of Pratt st 

Joslen Oliver C. State st s of Franklin 

Joy Stephen, carpenter, Pratt st w of Caroline 

Joyce \Vm. N. tinner, \v side Charles st 1 door s of Perry 

Joyce Wm. collector, Aisquith st n of Thomsen 

Joyce rars Caroline, Aisquith st n of Thomsen 

Joyce Joseph, tavern, Boston st Canton 

Joyce Wm. tinner, Perry st w of Charles 

Joyes Jesse, currier, w side Gay st e of Potter 

Jubb Richard, labourer, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Jubb Lloyd, carter, w side Happy alley n of Fleet st 

Jubb Reuben, carter, w side Happy alley n of Bank st 

Judah David, dw s w cor Hanover and German sts 

Judefind Charles, blacksmith, 3l Lee st 

Judefind John, carpenter, Lee st w of Sharp 

Jud^e H. musical instrument maker, 49 n Gay st 

Judik Jos. firm Henry Shirk & Co. dw Eutaw st s of Madison 

JudUn A. F. upholsterer, 3 s Calvert st. dw Aisquith 

Juhn Abraham, shoemaker, xMarket st n of Fleet 

Jump Francis Edward, e side Paca st near Ross 

Jurgens John Henry, mariner, Thames st w of Bond 

Jury Georoje, ship carpenter, Montgomery st w of William 

Jury Wm, M. cordwainer, cor Wilk and Ann sts 

Jury George, glass blower, Montgomery st ext'd, foot of F. Hill 

Justice Ann, Thames st e of Bond 

Justis Wm. S. watchmaker, and fancy store, 70 Pratt st 

Justis mrs Sarah, w side Exeter st n of Wilk 

J:^ A ANAL Wm. shoemaker, dw Mulberry st w of College a[ 

Kadel Samuel, watchman, Ann st n of Fleet 

Kael Christian, brickmaker. West st w of Light 

Kagler John, carter, e side Paca st near Franklin 

Kahler Adam, grocer, cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 

Kairn Charles, locksmith, w side Grant st n of Lombard 

Kakroft Henry, labourer, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 

Kalbfus Catharine, seamstress, e side Motl st n of Gay 

Kalbfus, D. & L. & Co. morocco and leather store, SCheapside 

Kalbfus Lewis, jr. of firm, dw Paca st w of L Paca 

Kalbfus Daniel, of firm, dw Penn avenue 

Kalbfus Charles, of firm, do 

Kalderback Wm. glass blower, Henry st n of Hughes 

Kale Henry, accountant, Lancaster st e ofMarket 

Kalkman Timothy, Star alley n of Fleet st 

Kalkman Wm. H. alt'y at law, Fayette st 1 door w of St Paul 

Kail mrs A. F. seamstress, 168 Hanover st 

Kail J. T. shipping mt. 43 s Gay st. dw 120 Conway 

Kaltenbach Wm, glass blower, Henry st n of Hughes 

Kaltner F. G. clock and w^atchmaker, 63 n Gay st 

Kamitt John, butcher, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 

Kane Elizabeth, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Kane John K, stone cutter, 133 s Sharp st 



KAN 228 KEA 

Kane mrs Amelia, 97 Sharp st 

Kane George P. commission merchant, 5 Li^ht st wharf 

Kanely mrs Kesiah, Mulberry st w of Calvert 

Kann Gustavus, clothing, Charles st 3 doors n of Pratt 

Kann Gustavus, second hand store, 48 Harrison st 

Kann Julius, second hand store, 50 Harison st 

Kant Wm. labourer, Columbia st vv of Scott 

Kanutt John, butcher, Sarah Ann st e ofPoppIeton 

Karboard Christian, labourer, Lancaster st w of Bond 

Karney John, Raborg st w of Poppleton 

Karr Patrick, grocer, Lexington st e of Greene 

Karr Alexander, millwright, Exeter st n of Hiljen 

Karthaus Maria L. 32 n Exeter st 

Karthaus P. A. Lombard st w of Exeter 

Karthaus Charles W. commission merchant, over 43 s Gay st. dw 

Baltimore e of Aisquith 
Katenkamp Diederich, whip and cane maker, 41 n Howard st. 

dw w side Market alley near Fayette st 
Katzenbericht Solomon, pedlar. Fleet si e of Bond 
Kauderer mrs Elizabeth, Montgomery st w of Light 
Kauderer John, grocer, cor Honover st and Sugar alley 
KaufTman John C. carpenter, Howard st 4 doors n of Camden 
Kauffman D. painter, 168 n Paca st 
KaufFman Joseph, butcher, Charles sts of L Husrhes 
KaufTman Christian, seaman, w of Cove st s of Columbia 
KaufTman Joseph C. merchant tailor, Pratt st 1 door w of How- 
ard, dw Perry e of Howard 
KaufTmann God I red, baker, s side Ensor e of Mott 
Kauffman mrs Margaret, Camden st e of Howard 
Kaufman Lewis, shoemaker, George st e of Pine 
Kaufman D. shoemaker, Penn avenue near Biddle st 
Kaunt John, butcher, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
Kavanaijh Patrick, clerk steamboat Columbia, dw Salisbury ste 
Kay lor J. & W. tavern 72 Centre market space [of High 

Kaylor Joseph, basket maker, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Kaylor Chas. tailor. Carpenter's ai betw Howard and Eutaw sts 
Kaylor James, proprietor American Star tavern, e side Gay st n 

of Forest 
Kayten Levi, grocer, 58 Bond st 
Kayton Henry, grocer, cor Gay and Saratoga sts 
Kay ton Abraham, trader, Pratt st e of Centre market space 
Keach C. W. "Pratt st Green House," 25 Pratt st e of Charles 
Keady mrs Isabella, seamstress, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Kearn Mary Ann, York avenue n of Madison st 
Kearry Sarah, Alice Anna st w of Market 
Kearry Thomas, barber, cor Bond and Wilk sts 
Keavi'ns Samuel, dry goods store, cor Fleet st and Strawbery al 
Kechne Augustus, baker, n side Ensor st e of Potter 
Keckitt Charles, shoemaker, 5 Charles st Spring court 
Keefer Peter, labourer, Johnson st opposite West 
Keekle George, carter, Harford avenue n of Madison et 



KEB 229 KEI 

KebernaiTel Henry, Marion st e of Howard 

Keck George, Henrietta st e of Charles 

Keck George, nightman, w side Light st 2 doors n of West 

Keen George, blacksmith, n side Fayette st 2 doors w of Howard 

Keenan James, blacksmith, e side Front st n of Low, dvv Potter 

Keenan A. keeper of Union Hotel, 29 South st 

Keenan Daniel, blacksmith, Barre st w of Charles 

Keenan James, blacksmith, cor Paca and German sts 

Keenan Patrick, 56 Centre market space 

Keene George, w side Eutaw st near Madison 

Keene J. H. grocer, 12 Light st wharf, dw Cove st 

Keene John, cust. house boatman, Fountain st e of Washington 

Keene Marcellus, accountant, Pratt st w of Gough 

Keene Dr. John, Lombard st w of Exeter, dw Pratt e of Exeter 

Keene capt Samuel, w side High st n of Pratt 

Keener David, importer of drugs, over 9 s Charles st. dw Charles 

ri of Fayette 
Keener Christian, president Green Mount Cemetery, over 150 

Baltimore st. dw Camden st e of Howard 
Keener Wm. chair maker, 59 Albemarle st 
Keener John, gunsmith, 8 e Water st 
Keenright Andrew, tailor, s vv cor Liberty and German sts 
Keerl mrs H. s side German st 1 door w of the Bank 
Keerl George H. wholesale druggist, 233 Baltimore st. dw Fay- 
ette w of Eutaw 
Kees Peter, sexton St Vincent de Paul's Cath. church, dw w side 

Gay st n of Monument 
Keese G. Daniel, grocer, w side Penn avenue n of Pearl st 
Keever Frederick, labourer. Alley w of William st s of West 
Keevil Wm. H. hatter, 66h Baltimore st. dw w side Exeter n of 
Kegler John G. confectioner, w side Sharp st 4 doors s of German 
Kegler mrs Mary, e side Paca st near Ross 

Baltimore — see advertisment page 33 
Keicel George, labourer. Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 
Keight George, cabinet maker,. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Keigler John, house carpenter, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 
Keigler William B, firm Duvall, Keigler & Co. dw Howard st 

corner Monument 
Keigler Wm. H. firm ditto, dw 54 n Charles st 
Keilholtz Henry, Lexington st cor Cove 
Keilholtz George, stone cutter, Mulberry st 2 doors e of Pearl 
Keilholtz Wm. house and sign painter, Baltimore «t w of Eutaw, 

dw 101 n Green st 
Keilholtz George, stone cutter. Monument st e of Aisquith 
Keilholtz Mrs. milliner, 101 n Greene st 
Keilholtz Jacob, labourer, Cove st s of Columbia 
Keiling Henry, plaisterer, w side Apple al s of Alice Anna st 
Keinhart Jacob, butcher, Hampstead st w of Choptank 
Keinser Michael, labourer, Canal st n of Orleans 
Keirle Mrs John W. e side Sharp st 3 doors s of German 
Keirle Mrs W. dw 25 Barnet st 
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KEI 230 KEL 

Keirle Nancy, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 

Keirle Matthew, Cove st s of Pratt 

Keirle Jacob, tailor, Caroline st s of Wilk 

Keis John, baker, 4 Light st wharf 

Kelser Henry, labourer, s side Lombard st e of Market space 

Keiser James, dw 251 n Howard st 

Keiser Joseph, grocer, cor Sharp and Hill sts 

Keiserker Henry, cordwainer, cor Bank and Eden sts 

Keisler George, Biddle st near Ross 

Keister Ann, grocer, East st n of Pitt cor Halfmoon alley 

Keister Mrs M. A. E. Perry st e of Howard 

Keith Hugh, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Keith M. jr. firm Pratt S-i Keith, dw Cathedral st cor Hamilton 

Keithley Mrs Jane, ihwvy store, 149 Bond st 

Keitzinger Frederick, cabinet maker. Pine st n of Fayette 

Keizer John H. labourer. President st s of Pratt 

Kelbo John, carpenter, SI German st 

Kell Thomas, clerk Baltimore County Court, office Record off.. 

dw n w cor Baltimore and Exeter sts 
Keller And. J. police officer 8th Ward, dw 26 New Church st 
Keller Andrew, cabinet maker, Ross st near Paca 
Keller Josiah, victualler, Light street extended 
Keller Charles, paper hanger, L Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Keller Elizabeth P. teacher, w side Exeter st n of Baltimore st 
Keller Wm. grocer, Bond st s of Lancaster 
Keller & Corner, flour merchants, 15 Spear's wharf 
Keller Christian, firm ditto, dw 8 Waterloo row 
Kelley Mrs Elizabeth, milliner, n side Gay st w of Mott 
Kelley Susan, mantua maker, n sideEnsorst e of East 
Kelley James, shoemaker, cor Pine and Sarah Ann sts 
Kellogg Dr Amasa, w side Exeter st n of Low 
Kellum Edward, carpenter, Canal st s of Jefferson 
Kellum capt Lewis, High st s of Trinity 
Kelly Patrick, tailor, Lexington st e of Green 
Kelly T. & Son, mt. tailors, 6 n Liberty st 
Kelly Alex, firm of Ricards & Co. dw Fayette st near Charles 
Kelly Wm. shoemaker, Baltimore st. dw Pearl st n of Park lane 
Kelly James, stone mason, French st near Bath 
Kelly Sarah Ann, boarding house, e side Ann st s of Lancaster 
Kelly James, copper, tin and sheet iron manufac. 53 South st — 

see advertisement page 21 
Kelly Thomas, grocer, cor Sharp and Fayette sts 
Kelly Patrick, tailor, s side Lombard st w of Frederick 
Kelly Mrs Eliza, 34 New Church st 
Kelly T. mt. tailor, 90 n Liberty st 
Kelly Mrs R. boarding house, 91 n Howard st 
Kelly Mrs. Mulberry st 1 door w of Eutaw 
Kelly Mordecai, dry goods store, Pratt st w of Green 
Kelly Patrick, Franklin st e of Cove 
Kelly James, drayman, Lombard st e of Paca 
Kelly Patrick, stone mason, George st eof Pine 



KEL 231 KEM 

Kelly Hugh, carter^ Scott st n of Columbia 

Kelly James, labourer, Richmond st w of Cathedral 

Kelly Caleb, grocer, Pratt st w of Green 

Kelly Terrance, stone mason, 46 Ross st near Paca 

Kelly Mary, tailoress, 6 Lancaster st 

Kelly Wm. drayman, Preston st near Ross 

Kelly Catharine, e side Potter st s of Low 

Kelly VVra. weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Kelly James, porter, e side Potter st s of Gay 

Kelly Wm. boot and shoe maker, Baltimore st w of Paca 

Kelly capt Matthew, inspector of customs, 59 Market st 

Kelly N. weigher of live stock, Baltimore st or Frederick road 

Kelly Michael, labourer, w side Happy al s of Fleet st 

Kelfy John W. labourer, Harford av n of Aisquith st 

Kelly John, huckster, w side Frederick st s of Lombard 

Kelly Owen, grocer, s w cor French and Exeter sts 

Kelner J. C. segar maker, w side Strawberry al s of Lombard st 

Kelsey Eli, tailor, w side High st s of Gay 

Kelsey Henry, ship chandler and grocer, 18 Spear's wharf, dw 

High st betw Trinity and Wilk 
Kelso John, w side French st 4 doors w of Beuren 
Kelso John R. mt. tailor, 6 South st 
Kelso George Y. planter, n side Lombard st e of High 
Kelso Thomas, Baltimore st e of Aisquith 
Kelso Wm. s of Wilk st and w of Exeter, on city property 
Kelton Frederick, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Kelty John, shoemaker. Burgundy al e of Warner st 
Kemble Daniel, hatter, York st e of Howard 
Kemp Mrs Matilda, Fayette st n side betw Pine and Cove sts 
Kemp Joseph F. carpenter, Paca st e of Cove 
Kemp E. D. attorney at law, St Paul st n of Lexington st 
Kemp Henry, labourer, cor Fleet and Bond sts 
Kemp J. R. farmer, dw 92 n Howard st 
Kemp James, shipwright, Gough st e of Eden 
Kemp Henry, firm of Thomas & Kemp, dw Green st betw Ger- 
man and Lombard sts 
Kemp John R. teacher, cor College al and Mulberry st 
Kemp, Buckey & Co. dry goods mts. s w cor Howard and Bait. 
Kemp Lewis, firm Kemp, Buckey & Co. dw George st e of Pine 
Kemp Daniel, firm ditto, dw Lombard st betw Liberty & Sharp 
Kemp Richard, teacher, Pine st n of Vine 
Kemp Dr Wm. M. 43 Eutaw st 
Kemp Mrs James, painter, Thomsen st w of Short 
Kemp Thomas, shipwright, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 
Kemp Simon, inspector of weights and measures, w side Exeter 

st n of Wilk 
Kemper John G. grocer, Eutaw st n of Barre 
Kempton Samuel, clerk in Farmers' and Merchants' Bank; dw 

87 St Paul st 
Kendall S. Austin, atty. at law, Fayette st 3d door w of St Paul 



KEN 232 KEP 

Kendall N. dw cor Baltimore and Cove sts 

Kendall J. B. propr. Canton Race Course, at eastern city limits 

Kendall Henry H. tinner^ Canal st n of Short alley 

Kendall Thomas, plane maker, Pearl st s of Lexington 

Kendall A. E. baker, Orleans st e of Eden 

Kenley Edward, steam plaister mill, German st near Green, dw 

Baltimore st w of Green 
Kennard Wm. H. grocer, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Kennard Isaac, boarding house, Pitt st e of Front 
Kennard Wm. hatter, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Kennard R. firm Milholland & Kennard, dw Ann si n of Lanca. 
Kennedy Mrs Eliza, confectioner, 15 Harrison st 
Kennedy Edward, carpenter, 15 do 

Kennedy Mrs. fruit dealer, rear of 8 n Frederick st 
Kennedy S. picture framer, e side Howard st n of Pratt 
Kennedy John H. fancy and Windsor chair manufac. 8 n Gay st 
Kennedy John P. atty. at law, Calvert st opposite Barnum's — 

dw Calvert st betw Saratoga and Lexington sts 
Kennedy Hugh, milkman, Franklin st e of Cove 
Kennedy Mordecai, blacksmith. Centre st e of Falls, dw Centre 

st e of St Paul 
Kennedy Michael, baker, 25 Lombard st w of Market space 
Kennedy Andrew, wheelwright, Union st near Penn av 
Kennedy Mra E cupper and leecher, s side German st 3 doors 

e of Howard st 
Kennedy George, dry goods mt. 125 Baltimore st 
Kennedy James P. grocer, w side Penn av n of Pearl st 
Kennedy Wm. machinist. Forest st n of Ensor 
Kennedy N. R. Farmer's hotel, n vv^ cor Forest and Hillen sts 
Kennedy Wm. R, Lombard st vv of Amity 
Kennedy Elizabeth, w side High st s of Pratt 
Kennedy Wm. W. firm J. J. Williams & Co. dw 50 Camden st 
Kennedy George, tailor, e side Light st s of Hughes 
Kenney F.&l Wm. wheelwrights, 16 n High st 
Kenney Wm. wheelwright, 60 n High st 
Kenney Thomas, bricklayer, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Kenney Lucy, authoress, Low st near Aisquith 
Kennly Wm. alley running from Front st to the Falls, s of Low 
Kenny Mrs Nancy, Ross st near Eutaw 

Kenny Peter, flour and feed dealer, n e cor Ensor and East sts 
Kensey Stacey, carjDenter, Hollins st w of Poppleton 
Kensley Jacob, victualler, cor L Hampstead and Spring sts 
Kent J. E. feed store, Penn av near Biddlest. dw Biddle st 
Kent Edward, carpenter, Franklin st e of Cove 
Kenucks Joseph, tanner, dw Madison st e of Eutaw 
Keplar Wm. cabinet maker, Holland st e of Eden 
Keplinger Wm. Ross st near Orchard st 
Keplinger Michael, grocer, Ensor st n of Madison 
Keplinger S. justice of peace. Forest st n of Gay, dw Ross st 
Keppler Rev H. S. pastor St. Andrew's church, dw cor Gough 

and Pratt sts 



KEP 233 KEY 



Kern Joseph, coachmaker, Liberty st s of Saratoga st 
Kernan Lawrence, baker, cor Etna lane and Frederick st 
Kernan Bernard, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Kernan P. L, labourer, L McElderry st e of Aisquith 
Kernan Francis, baker, Pratt st. dw cor Sharp and York sts 
Kernan &.Stillinger, com. mt. IT Spear's wharf 
Kernan James, firm ditto, dw Stiles st e of High 
Kernan Peter, bisouit baker, s end McElderry's wharf — store 

78 Pratt st, dw 150 Sharp st 
Kerner John, wholesale & retail tobacconist, Lexington st betw 

Paca and Eutaw sts 
Kerner John P. segar factor, s w cor Baltimore and High sts 
Kerner Christian D. confectioner, 9 e Baltimore st 
Kerney Patrick, painter, Short st s of Short alley 
Kerney Bridget M. grocery & liquor store, 67 McElderry's whf. 
Kerr Catharine, 40 w Saratoga st 

Kerr E. M. & Co. China Hall, 198 Bait. st. dw 23 Barnet st 
Kerr Edward, 23 Barnet st 
Kerr Wm. grocer, se cor Exeter and Low sts 
Kerr Jacob, Mulberry st w of Cove 
Kerr Edward, carpenter, L Hughes st w of Light 
Kerr Mrs Sarah, Pine st s of Saratoga 
Kerr John, grocer, cor Bath and Holliday sts 
Kerr Thomas, grocer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Kersey Wm. hatterj 60 n Freilerick st 
Kerting John, huckster, Lancaster st w of Market 
Kerwin Lemuel, tavern, cor Wilk and President sts 
Kesler Catharine, seamstress, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Kesmodel F. turner, 44 Eutaw st n of Lexington 
Kessel Christopher, painter. Sugar al e of Charles st 
Kessler F. shoemaker, 50 Harrison st 
Kessler Michael, grocer, corner Park and Marion sts 
Kesterson John, foundryman, Hamburg st w of Light 
Ketchup Mrs Sarah, Fort av F H 

Kettler Aug. F. dealer in old iron, Bond st n of Lancaster 
Kettlewell F. turner, 44 Eutaw st betw Saratoga and Lexington, 

dw 26 Lexington st e of Liberty 
Kettlewell John, merchant, dw Pratt st e of High 
Kewell Henry, carpenter, ¥"ork av n of Madison st 
Key Abner, tailor, Wansback st s of Baltimore 
Key G. painter, firm Disney & Keys, dw L Green st s of Conw. 
Keys & McCormick, flour and produce mts. 110 n Howard sts 
Keys Wm. M. firm ditto, dw Howard st 3d door n of Monum't 
Keys Lawrence, cedar cooper, Caroline st s of Jefferson 
Keys Mrs Catharine, York st w of Light 
Keys John, York st w of Light 
Keys H. C. & Co. grocers and com. mts. e side Cheapside 2d 

door n of Pratt 
Keys James N. firm ditto, dw cor Monument and Howard sta 
Keyser Mrs Samuel, Fayette st 2d door e of Eutaw 
Keyser Joseph, Hill st w of Sharp 
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KEY 234 KIN 

Keyser Charles M. china, gjlass and queensware, 12 n Howard 

St. dvv Paca st s of Saratoga 
Keyser John, labourer, West st w of Light 
Keyser Michael, firnn Poor & Keyser, dvv Fayette st 
Keyser Moses, 22 Baltimore st 
Keyser Samuel S. iron mt. 67 Bowly's wharf, dw cor Lombard 

and Paca sis 
Keyser (or Keiser) grocer, cor Sharp and Hill sts 
Keyser James, dw 251 n Howard st — see Keiser 
Keyser Harman, tavern, Pratt st w of Concord 
Keyworth & Dryden, mt. tailors, n w cor Hanover & German sts 
Khunes John, cooper, German st e of Cove 
Kidd & White, confectioners, 8 Baltimore st 
Kidd James, firm ditto, dw do 

Kidd James, carpenter, York av n of Monument st 
Kidd Charles, blacksmith, Pratt st w of Green, dw Paca st betw 

Lombard and German 
Kiddall Eliza M. boardinor house, w side Ann st s of Bank 
Kiely John, mariner, w side Ann si n of Alice Anna 
Kifle G. confectioner, s side Carpenter's al bet Howard & Eutaw 
Kilbourn Samuel, pewter, tin and sheet iron worker, Saratoga 

st e of Popplelon 
Kilmer Wm. potter, cor Spring st and Bounty lane 
Kilmon John, labourer, Castle al near Fleet st 
Kilmore Sarah, Canton, e of Harris's Creek 
Killer Caspar, weaver, Caroline st n of Gough 
Killman Charles, mariner, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Kiraberly Mrs M. fancy store, n side Baltimore st e of High 
Kimberly Henry, butcher, do do do 

Kimberly J. M. firm of Walker & Kimberly, dw n Paca st 
Kimberly Wm. H. butcher, Beuren st n of French st 
Kimberly Henry, butcher, n side French st w of Beuren 
Kimberly Samuel, butcher, eside High st n of Gay 
Kiraberly Elizabeth, Beuren st n of French 
Kimberly Nathaniel, mt. tailor, 21 Thames st 
Kimbrough Paul, firm Mohler & K. dw Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Kimet Philip, tailor, Thames st w of Bond 
Kimmel Mrs Maria, 57 C Market space 
Kincade Mrs Barbara, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Kincaid Mrs Catharine, Low st e of Front 
Kinekin Isaac, shoemaker, Hamburg st e of Light 
Kines Francis, tinman, 46 Light st wharf, dw Light st betw 

Cross and Hamburg sts 
Kines C. e side Light st s of Hamburg 
King Livingston, carpenter, Lexington st w of Cove 
King Rev Jacob, Lexington st betw Charles and Liberty 
King Micholas, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Howard 
King John, paint, oil & glass mt. 46 n Howard st. dw 15 Eutaw 
King Ann, Clay st e of Howard 

King John, grocer. Light st wharf, d w Cove st n of Franklin 
King Mrs Julia, cor Fayette and Pearl sts 



KIN 235 KIR 

King Sarah, dry goods dealer, 34 C Market space 

King Geo. W. justice of peace, 53 C. mkt space, dw 4i n Gay.st 

King Joseph, jr. n Charles st near Si Paul's churh 

King Amos, gardener. Canton, e of Harris's creek 

King Thomas, carpenter, Baltimore st w'of Pine 

King Nicholas, improved white wash man. Orleans st extended 

King John F. cabinet maker, n side Hillen st w of High 

King John, shoemaker, York av n of Madison st 

King George, carpenter, w side Greene st n of Raborg 

King James, n side Gay st e of Forest 

King John, shoemaker, Thomsen st w of Aisquith 

King George, paper hanger, w side Exeter st s of Low 

King Charles, edge toolmaker, Pratt st w of Greene, dw Paca 

near German 
King mrs Mary A. seamstress, York st w of Hanover 
King Jacob, boiler maker, Cross st w of William 
Kino-Thos. board ins: house, Thames st w of Bond 
King George, trader, 9 Thames st 
King Andrew, labourer, 25 Shakespear st 
King Fitz, tavern, ror Lancaster and Bond sta 
King George, mariner, cor Lancaster st and Apple alley 
King «fc Norris, lumber mts. cor Alice Anna and Exeter sta 
King Elizabeth, seamstress. Fleet st e of Ann 
King James, confectioner, cor Baltimore and Spring sts 
King Amos, gardner. Canton 
King mrs Ann, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 
King John, ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Thames st 
King John, ship joiner, Frederick stdock, or Buchannan's wharf, 

dw High n of Wilk 
King mrs Mary, nurse, n side German st Infirmary 
Kingsworth Wm. engineer, York st w of William 
Kinley mrs Susan, Marion st near Liberty 
Kinnemon Dr. P. S. cor Pratt and Spring sts 
Kinner Varien, mariner, Philpot st w of Wills 
Kinnier Misses, dress makers, Lexington st 1 door w of Park 
Kinsey Thomas, maulster, e side Caroline st n of Gough 
Kinsley Bernard, glass blower, Montgom'y st ext. foot Fed. hill 
Kipp John, morocco man. 17 Cheapside, dw 78 Camden st 
Kirby, Waters 8c Miller, lumber mts. cor Centre and How'd sts 
Kirby John, of firm, dw e Baltimore st 
Kirby John, grocer, cor Park and Mulberry sts 
Kirby John F. grocer, cor Canal st and Short alley 
Kirby Francis, tailor, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Kirby Samuel, tailor, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Kirby Loltus, carpenter, e side Exeter st s of Low 
Kirby Mary, tailoress and mantua maker, 68 Exeter st 3 of Low 
Kirby Edward, drayman. Perry st w of Charles 
Kirby James, sailor, Lee st e of Charles 

Kirby James W. firnj Kirby & Ready, dw Hamburg ste of Wra» 
Kirby Sullivan, shipwright, Gough st e of Eden 



KIR 236 KLU 

Kirby Maria^ huckster, 55 s Frederick st 
Kirby Mary, confectioner, Pratt st vv of the bridge 
Kirby Ann, tailoress, Alice Annast w of Caroline 
Kirby Joseph, mariner, Wilk st opposite High 
Kirby VVm. shipwrigfit. Block st e of Wills 
Kirby John & Son, lumber mts. s e cor Mill and Bowly's sts 
Kirby John, dw Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Kirby Charles, of firm, dw w side Caroline st n of Gough 
Kirby Calvert, ship carpenter. Washington st s of Wilk 
Kirby Wm. e side Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Kirby Edward, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Kirby Edward, drayman. Perry st w of Charles 
Kirchar Godfred, blacksmith, Frederick road e of toil gate 
Kirk Washington, firm Stuart & Kirk, dw 3 Mulberry st 
Kirk Samuel, gold and silver smith, 140 Baltimore st 
Kirk mrs Mary, 14 Maiden lane 
Kirk mrs Patrick, Penn avenue near Dolphin st 
Kirk Samuel, shoemaker, s side Gay st w of High 
Kirkland, Chase & Co. importers, 69 Smith's wharf 
Kirkland Alex, of firm, dw Wilk st e of High 
Kirkpatrick David, Howard st near Centre 
Kirkwood Mrs. Lexington st w of Cove 
Kirkwood Philip, ship carpenter, West st e of Charles 
Kirkwood John, boot fitter, Eutaw st s of Montgomery 
Kirsch Frederick, tailor, rear of 70 Centre market space 
Kirvin Solomon F. firm Kirvin & Travers, dw 169 Hanover st 
Kirvin Bernard, grocer, cor Union and Ross sts 
Kirvin Alexander, Armistead lane w of William st 
Kirwan Z. seaman, Hamburg st e of William 
Kirwin John, bay man, w side Light st 3 doors n of Hughes 
Kirwin capt Geo. W. Hamburg st e of William 
"Kisner John, tailor, w side High st n of Pitt 
Kison Jacob, pedlar, Front st near Plowman 
Kitler Catharine, seamstress, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Kitting Rachel, Second st e of South 

Kittleman Frederick, bricklayer, w side Exeter st s of Low 
Klare John B. firm H. Seimers &, Klare, dw w side Howard st 

2d door s of Conway 
Klarney Patrick, tailor, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Kleibacker B. tavern, 81 Hanover st 
Kleingel Conrad, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Kleppish Charles F. tailor, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Kleppish F. A. tailor, Park st n of Saratoga 
Klimpel Wilhelmina, tavern, 35 Bond st 
Kline Joseph, woollen man. Monument st w of Constitution 
Klineman Conrad, labourer, Strawberry alleys of Fleet st 
Kiockgether D. wine and liquor mt. 104 n Howard st 
Kloke Anton, locksmith, Greene st near Fayette 
Kloman Felix, mt tailor, Lexington st 2 doors e of Greene 
Klue John, Ibundryman, William st s of Cross 



KLU 237 KOB 



Klug Jacob, shoemaker, Conway st w of Howard 

Klump M. shoemaker, vv side Li^ht st n of Henrietta 

Klumper Ferdinand, tavern, 69 McElderry's wharf 

Klunk capt John, carpenter, Penn av. d w George st w of Penn av 

Klutz Adam, glove factory, 84 w Pratt st 

Knabe Wm. piano forte maker, 45 n Liberty st 

Knabel Henry, distiller, Pratt st e of Centre market spaceA 

Knapp John, butcher, German st e of Pine 

Knauf Wm. cabinet maker, Marion st e of Eutaw 

Knecht Elizabeth, Liberty alley n of Monument st 

Kneeland Hannah, boarding house, 2 Tripolett's alley 

Kness Charles, tavern. Stiles st w of President 

Kness Wm. weaver, w side Bond st s of Fleet 

Knickman John, blacksmith, Howard st n of Barre 

Knight Wm. currier, 64 n Frederick st 

Knight Anthony, fisherman, Gidding's row, e of Light s of West 

Knight Isaac, George st e of Pine 

Knight Sarah, 77 Bond st 

Knight John, cooper, Balderston st. dw Cove n of Fayette 

Knight Peter, ship carpenter, 39 Bond st 

Knight Michael, blacksmith, Baltimore st w of Amity 

Knight Mrs. s side Fish market space, at bridge 

Knight & Colburn, booksellers, 174 Baltimore st 

Knight Nathaniel, of firm, dw Paca st 5 doors s of Mulberry 

Knight Mary, washer, w side Light st s of West 

Knight Clara, huckster, n side Fish market e of market space 

Knight Thomas, lumber merchant, Aisquith st n of Low 

Knight Jacobj shoemaker, Harford avenue near ropevvalk 

Knight mrs Ann, milliner, 40 n Eutaw st 

Knight mrs Margaret, dress maker, w side Greene st n of Sar. 

Knight John, skin dresser, e side Potter st n of Hillen 

Knight Ormond, blacksmith, Frederick road w of toll gate 

Knight Michael, blacksmith, Hollins st eof Schroeder 

Knight Joseph, stovemaker, York st e of Hanover 

Knighton Thos. firm Bosley &- Knighton, dw 119 Aisquith st 

Knipe Jacob, silver plater, n Frederick st near Etna lane, dw 

Centre st belw St Paul and Calvert 
Knipp Jacob, labourer, cor Sharp and Hill sts 
Knoblock C. grocer, n side Ensor st e of East 
Knorr Marcus M. ropemaker, Bond st s of Baltimore 
Knott Francis, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Knott Adam, labourer, Abraham st near Madison 
Knott James, painter, York avenue n of Madison st 
Knott Jane, seamstress, w side Exeter st s of Low 
Knott Edward, n side Lombard st w of Albemarle 
Knotts George P. paper hanger and bookseller, Market st 2d 

door n of Thames 
Knowles John, carpenter, eside Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Knox Wm. cotton and woollen man. Saratoga st w of Cove 
Kober Gotlieb, "Md. Iron factory," Light st n of West 
Koburn Daniel, hackman, 98 Bond st 



KOC 238 KRE 



Koch John, cor Sterling and Monument sts 
Kochling Dr. Anthony, w side Bond st s of Fleet 
Koebler Catharine, washer, French st nearly opp East 
Koehler George, dry goods and variety store, s e cor Baltimore 

and Greene sts 
Kohan Jeremiah, Holliday st s of Centre 
Kohier mrs Eliza, huckster, York st e of Hanover 
Kolb Geo. tailor, Lexington st cor Elm (or Market alley) 
Kolb George, confectioner, and variety store, 90 n Howard st 
Kolb Michael, tailor, cor Sarah Ann and Pine sts 
Kolb Frederick, sausage and pudding maker, Harford avenue n 

of Madison st 
Kolblo Henry, labourer, e side Light st s of West 
Kolblo T. labourer, e side Light st s of West 
Kollenberg Henry, cordwainer, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Kolmus Levi, pedlar, e side Molt st n of Gay 
Kone Daniel, grocery, n side Gay st w of Ais;quiih 
Konig E. silversmith, cor Harrison and Gay sts. dvv opposite 
Konig F. & Co. fancy store, 4 n Howard st 
Konig Elizabeth; 93 s Howard st 

Kenze Lewis, shoemaker, 86 w Pratt st. dw Light s of Hamb'g 
Koockogey mrs Elizabeth, umbrella maker, Fayette w of How'd 
Kopp John, grocer, Hughes st e of William 
Korner John, cordwainer, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Kornmann P. shoemaker, s side German st w of Liberty 
Koster Albert, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Kothe George, baker, Hollins ste of Amity 
Kraber Daniel, book keeper. Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Krafft Mrs. boarding house, Lexington st w of St Paul 
Kraft Henry, grocer, s e cor Lexington and Sharp sts 
Kraft Peter, house carpenter, cor Ro>s st and Biddle alley 
Kraft Frederick, victualler, cor Ross st and Biddle alley 
Kraft Jacob, victualler. Cathedral st extended 
Kraft Peter, labourer. Pearl st n of Pierce 
Kraft Philip, tailor, Stiles st w of President 
Krager Francis A. bricklayer, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Krager Wm. carpenter. Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Krager Joseph F. dairyman, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Kramer & Shane, apothecaries, 46 Lighi st wharf 
Kramer Georije, bricklayer, Peach alley w of Pearl st 
Kramer John C. shoemaker, York st w of Light 
Kramer Samuel, druggist and apothecary, n e cor South and 

Baltimore sts. dw 12'2 Sharp st cor Welcome alley 
Kran Francis, labourer, Lancaster st e of Apple alley 
Krantz Gotlieb, teacher, Paca ste of Warner 
Kranz Dr. Auguste, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Kraus Philip, fiincy store, 40 n Howard at 
Krauss John, shoemaker, Hamburg ct e of Charles 

Kreamer constable, dw 58 n Frederick st 

Kreamer Bemar, tailor, Eden st s of Gough 
Krebbs George, Pine st s of Saratoga 



KRE 239 KUH 

Krebbs John W. porter in Union Bank, dvv Mon't. st e of Ensor 
Krebs Wm. G. attorney at law, w Fayette st e St Paul, dw Col- 
umbia e of Paca 
Krebs Wm. Columbia st e of Emory 
Krebs Henry, butcher, Pitt st w of Bond 
Krebs Jacob, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
Krebs Lemuel, plaisterer, Burtrundy alley e of Cove st 
Krebs Elizabeth, seamstress, Low st w of Potter 
Kreemer James, firm Robinson &. Kreemer, dw Madison st 
Kreeta George, sugar boiler^ Pratt st e of Falls 
Kregel mrs Ann, Aisqnith st n of Hull's lane 
Kreger Henry^ labourer, cor William and Ross sts 
Kreider David L. grocer, cor Bond and Gough sts 
Kreig Fredk. blacksmith, Saratoga st. dvv Jasper n of Lexington 
Kreiger Jacob, cabinet maker, Charles st s of Hamburg 
Krein J. shoemaker, n side French st opposite Potter 
Kreis Frederick, blacksmith, cor State and Saratoga sts 
Kreis Elias, carpenter, Ross st near Biddle 
Kreis Peter, bailiff, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Kreis J. L. grocer, 117 n Eutaw st 
Kreitman Jacob, huckster, Ensor st near Harford avenue 
Kreitzer Henry, labourer, L Hughes st w of Light 
Kremer John, wheelwright, cor German and Paca sts. dw w side 

Market alley 
Kremer Henry, labourer, Hughes st e of Light 
Kremer John & Co. grocers, 43 and 65 s Calvert st 
Kremer J. of firm, dw Franklin st e of Greene 
Krest Peter, labourer, 5 Thames st 

Kretzer Christian & Co. silk merchants, 127i Baltimore st 
Kretzer C. dw Courtland st s of Franklin 
Kretzer Eliza, seamstress, Beuren st n of French 
Krews James, cor Fleet and Washington sts 
Kreyall George, labourer, L Hughes stw of Light 
Krichten John, wheelwright, s side French st w of Exeter 
Kries Peter, bailiff, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Krimmel Wm. basket maker, cor Thames and Market sts 
Kronerweller Elizabeth, Fell sts of Thames 
Kroesen Isaiah, dry goods merchant, 257 Baltimore st, dw Hol- 

lins w of Cove 
Kroft Frederick, blacksmith, s w cor Penn avenue and Green- 
willow St. dw Biddle 
Kroger Christian, tavern, Lancaster st e of Market 
Kronscup Godfried, wheelwright, sside Ensor st e of Monument 
Krous mrs Elizabeth, Pierce st e of Cove 
Kugler Henry, segar maker, St Mary's st e of Penn avenue 
Kugler Henry, tobacconist, Conway st w of Howard 
Kugler Samuel, tobacconist, 81 w Pratt st 
Kuhn Joshua, 14 New Church st 
Kuhn John, grocer, Penn avenue near St Mary's st 
Kuhn Christian, turner, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
Kuhn Jonathan, boarding house, w side Light st n of Hill 



KUH 240 LAK 

Kuhn Joseph, grocer, e side Penn avenue 2 doors n of Biddle st 

Kumer watchmaker, dw 63 n Gay st 

Kummer John, shoemaker, Howard st 5 doors s of German 
Kummerer John L. shoemaker. Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Kunder Harman, porter. Perry st w of Sharp 
Kurtz Rev. Benjamin, superintendent Lutheran Book Concern, 

dw Lexington st \v of Charles 
Kurtz Edward, com.mission merchant, 43 s Gay st 
Kurtz J. F. & P. K. dry goods mts. 59 w Lexington st cor Stag al 
Kuriz John, taibr, Marion st e of Eutaw 

Kurtz Jacob, carpenter, n Frederick st near Etna lane, dw Cen- 
tre st e of St Paul 
Kurtz Rev. D. Holliday st n of Orange alley 
Kurtz Henry, mariner, 51 Bond st 
Kurtz Michael, shoemaker, Schroeder st n of Lexington 
Kurtz John, labourer, Johnson st s of West 
Kurtz John, w side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Kurtz Charles, hatter, n side Sterling st e of Mott 
Kuster C. L. firm Schaer &_Kusler, dw Conway st w of Hanover 
Kuszmaul li. shoemaker, York avenue n of Madison st 
Kver Bartholmeus, e side Beuf-en st s of Madison 
Kyle A. B. firm Dinsmore & Kyle, dw cor Hanover & Perry sts 

liABBY Lewis, nightman, Eden st n of Monument 

Lsbricue Anna, tailoress, e side High st s of Hillen 

Laconich L. confectioner, cor Gough and Caroline sts 

Ladd Wm. 13Sn Paca st 

Laesrnot Adam, labourer, Schroeder st n of Lexington 

Lafalonier Ann C. Wilk st e of Market 

Laferty James, tanner, Harford avenue n of Madison st 

Lafetfa S. P. dry goods dealer, s side Gay st 2 doors vv of High. 

and shoe factory w Pratt 
Lafetra Jacob, shoemaker, 64 w Pratt st. dw 2S n Gay 
Lafever Charles, cabinet maker. Monument st w of Ensor 
Lafever Abraham, printer, 17 n Exeter st 
Lafever David, whip and cane maker. Temple st near Baltimore 
Lafferty Mrs. milliner, w side High st 4 doors n of Gay 
Lafferty Wm. W. carpenter, w side High st 4 doors n of Gay 
Laffin Sarah, millinery, 64 s Charles st 
LaFleur mrs Elizabeth, tailoress. Canal st n of Orleans 
LaFonte madam Mary, 33 Albemarle st 

Lgj^ay _ labourer, Richmond st e of Tyson 

Laimbeer misses M. & E. milliners, cor Saratoga and Charles 
Lainhardt Wm. clothier, 45 Second st 3 doors e of Frederick 
Lainhardt George, carter, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Lainhart Mary, Philpot st w of Thames 
Laiiihart Henry, wheelwright, n side Low st w of Exeter 
Lainhart George, cabinet maker, rear of 58 n Gay st 
Lake John, cabinetmaker, w side High st n of Gay 
Lake & Co. merchants, 8 s Charles st up stairs 
Lakeman Martha, Exeter st n of Pitt 



LAK 241 LAN 

Lakenan mrs Martha, Canal st s of Monumenl 

LaMaitre Benjamin, rigger, Shakspeare st e of Bond 

Lamar Wilhelm, carpet weaver, L Hampstead st opp Spring 

Lamb John, Holliday st s of Centre 

Lamb Robert, Cathedral st extended 

Lamb Joseph, do do 

Lamb mrs A. C gentlemen's furnishing store, ne cor Front and 

Baltimore sts. dw Lexington opp Court house 
Lamb Michael, plaister paris inspector, Paca st w of L Greene 
Lamb James, coach maker, Paca st s of Baltimore 
Lamb John W. Falls avenue s of Lombard st 
Lambdin mrs Ann, Gough st vv of Wolfe 
Lambdin Wm. S. ship carpenter, Wolf st sof Wilk 
Lambdin Thomas, w Falls avenue n of Pratt st 
Lambdin Mrs. w side Eutawst 3d door n of Franklin 
Lambert J. R. lottery office, 2i n Gay st 

Lambert Forest st s of Madison 

Lambert capt Robert, Wilk st w of Ann 

Lambert Joseph, sexton St Patrick's ch. dw Bank e of Market 

Lambie mrs Mary, seamstress, L Hampstead si e of Eden 

Lambrecht Henry, w side High st n of Pitt 

Lamdeu Daniel, shipwright, Fountain st e of Washington 

Lamden Thos. keeper Eastern Fountain, dw 14 Ann st 

Lamdin Edward S. sailmaker, 5 Dugan's wharf, dw Caroline 

st n of Gough 
LaMee John Baptise H. shoemaker, Thames st w of Wolfe 
Lamou Robt. labourer. Fleet st e of Ann 
Lamphear John, labourer, w side Patterson st near Pratt 
Lamping Wm. com mt. 7 Light st wf. dw Conway e of L Greene 
Lampley Oliver, cooper, s side Livery alley near Front st 
Lampley James, segar maker, President st s of Fawn 
Lampley John, private watchman. President st s of Fawn 
Lanahan & Brinkley, confectioners, 10 w Pratt st 
Lanahan Mrs. Harrison st n of Etna lane 
Lanahan Wm. fruit dealer, 165 Baltimore st 
Lanahan John, ship joiner-, Slemmer alley s of Stiles st 
Lancaster Wm. carpenter, Orleans st e of Aisquith 

Lancaster John D. cabinet maker, Alley from Front st to the 
falls, s of Low st 

Lancaster John M. P. w side Penn avenue s of Biddle st 

Lancaster Jesse, blacksmith, n side Water st e of Light 

Lancaster George, carter, Yorkst e of Charles 

Lancaster Thomas B. carpenter, Gough st e of Eden 

Lanckoe John C. painter and glazier, Louisiana st e of Greene 

Landeman capt James, e side Ann st s of Wilk 

Landin Elizabeth, seamstress, e side Light st n of Montgomery 

Landis capt David C. Pratt st e of GoiTgh 

Landstreet John & Son, grocers and com. mts. s e cor Howard 
and German sts- dw John Landstreet, Lexington st betw 
Pine and Cove 

Landstreet Samuel, firm ditto, dw Fayette st w of Pine 
U 



LAN 242 LAT 

Lane Wm. shoemaker, Penn av near Hoffman st 

Lane John, ropemaker, w side Light st s of West 

Lane Eliza, seamstress, n side Thompson st e of Friendship 

Lane capt Thomas A, harbour master, over 13 Bowly's wharf, 

dw Pitt st w of Aisquith 
Lane Peter, cooper, Armistead lane w of William st 
Lane Joseph, spar maker, Philpot st w of Wills 
Lane Elizabeth, e side Araf\/le al n of Lancaster st 
Lang Mrs Ann, Perry st betw Sharp and Howard 
Lange J. H. basket maker, Saratoora st 2 doors from Gay 
Lange August, saddler, Franklin st e of Paca 
Langley Edward, caiiutt maker, Orleans st e of Lewis 
Langley Owen, brirkiaaker, Eutaw st n of Ostend 
Langlove Thomas J. carter, West st w of Light 
Langrall Asa, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Langstedt Dr Herman H. Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Langwall John, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Langwall John, alley s of Baltimore st w from Poppleton 
Lanius Jacob, painter, New st e of Jasper 
Lankey James, cabinet maker, Eden st n of Orleans ' 
Lankfbrd David, Holliday st s of Saratoga st 
Lankford Ed. proprietor Pennsylvania House, 126 nHovjrard st 
Ijankford Mrs. milliner, 5H Baltimore st 
Lankford Wiley, over 51 i Baltimore st 
Lankford William, rigger, w side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Lankford William, ship joiner, 96 Bond st 
Lanman Mary, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Lannon John, carpenter, Cove st n of Sarah Ann 
Lansdale Mrs, boarding house, s e cor Eutaw and Baltimore sts 
Lantinsliger A. box maker, n side French st nearly opp Potter 
Lant Michael, painter, Columbia st e of Cove 
Lantz J. P. carpet weaver, Lewis st n of Holland 
Lantze Catharine, Granby st e of Exeter 
Lap George, 66 n Frederick st 
Laport Arnold, saddler, Baltimore st vvof Cove 
Laprane Mrs. Aisquith st n of Douglass 
La Reintree J. L. Fayette st opposite Duncan's church 
Larder Charles, shoemaker, Aisquith st n of Douglass 
Laritz J» cabinet maker, s side Lombard st e of C Market 
Larkin A. labourer, York av n of Madison st 
Larkin Hugh, brass founder, President st s of Fawn 
Larkins Matilda, dress maker, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Laroque Ed. surgeon dentist, n w cor Charles & Lexington sts 
Laroque John M. chemist and druggist, n e cor Harrison and 

Baltimore sts 
Larrabee Ephraim, shoe finding store, and Laboratory of Thom- 

sonian medicines, 20 & 34 Calvert st — see advertisement, 

page 21 — dw Carpenter's al e of Green st 
Larrabee Daniel, 20 s Calvert st 
Larrabee Edward, last maker, 34 s Calvert st 
Lathe E. grocer, s w cor Light and West sts 



LAT 243 LAW 

Lathem E. shoemaker, Lombard st w of Market 
Lathers Wm. machinist, Lexington st vv of Cove 
Latier Maurice, furnishing store, Bahimore st e of High 
Latimer James B. office Fayette st 2d door vv of St Paul, d\v 

cor Courtland and Saratoga sts 
Latimer Wallace, clerk, n vv cor Sharp and Conway sts 
tiaton Wm. stone mason, Perry st e of Howard 
Latrobe Benj. H. chief Engineer Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 

d w Courtland st s of Franklin 
Latrobe J. H. B. atty. at law, n Calvert st opp Barnum's, dw 

Mulberry st opp the Cathedral 
Latsch Gerlach, grocer, Baltimore st e of Amity 
Latty John J. supplier vessels with water, Cambridge st Canton 
Latty Joseph, boat builder, 15 Fell st 
Latty Joseph, labourer, Slemmer's al s of Pratt st 
Lauder John, cooper, vv side Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Lauderman Jacob, mariner, 72 Alice Anna st 
Lauderman capt James, cor Wilk st and Apple al 
Lauderman capt Edward, 25 Bond st 
Lauer J. trimming- store, 80^ Harrison st 
Lauer Lewis, trimmings and variety store. Liberty st between 

Fayette and Lexington 
Laughlin John, tailor, 7 George st 
Laughlin Robert, Richmond st e of Tyson 
Laughlin John, carpenter. Canal st s of Monument 
Laughlin Mrs Mary, L Green st s of Elbow lane 
Laughran David, w Lombard st extended 
Laughran Wm. M. hatter, Franklin st w of Cove 
Laugtlin James, gardner, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Lauranee Rd. D. ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Wilk st 
Laurenson P. justice of peace, cor Fayette and St Paul sts 
Lauster John D. baker, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 
Law J. K. deputy collector port of Baltimore, off. Custom House, 

dw 11 Waterloo row, n Calvert st 
Law & Fitzhugh, millers, 11 Spear's wharf 
Law James O. firm ditto, dw n e cor Pleasant and St Paul sts 
Law Alexander, labourer, n Mulberry st e of Schroeder 
Law George, President of Md. Ins. Co. Exchange, dw Hollins 

st w of Cove 
Law James S. huckster, Caroline st s of Hampstead 
Law Mrs Catharine, e side Paca st s of Saratoga 
Law Thomas, tobacconist, do do do 
Lawder Saml. M. collector. Temple st 1 door from e Baltimore 

st — See adv^ertisement, page 7 
Lawless Matthew, proprietor of Washington Hotel, Louisiana 

st near Jasper 
Lawless Richard, cor Mulberry and Pine sts 
Lawn Henry, shoemaker, vv side Euiaw st n of Arcade alley 
Lawrance Ann L. cor Stiles and Gough sts 
Lawrason Wm. W. s vv cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Lawrence Wra. machinist, Hughes st w of William 



LAW 244 LEA 

Lawrence Mrs Mary, e side State st s ot Mulberry- 
La wrence V. brickmaker, Giddings's row e ofLighl st s of West 
Lawrence Dr Daniel H. Market st s of Fleet 
Lawrence George, engineer, w side Light st s of Gittings st 
Lawrenson Mrs Elizabeth,, 135 Hanover st 
Lawson Mrs Sarah, Lexington st e of Elm st (or Market alley) 
Lawson Mrs Mary, Franklin st extended 
Lawson Stephen, alty. at law, Gay st opp Exchange, dw Ais- 

quith st n of Orleans 
Lawson James, butcher, Penn av near Hoffman st 
Lawson Ann, 108 Wolfe st 
Lawton Wm. paver, Ensor st near Harford av 
Lawton Wm. watchman. Hill st e of Charles 
Lawton Barbara, 53 C Market space 
Layer Christian, butcher, cor Charles and Henrietta sts 
Layland Richard, labourer, HoUins st w of Schroeder 
Layraan Joseph, pedlar, e side Ann si n of Alice Anna 
Lea Samuel J. silversmith, w sideEutawst n of Franklin 
Leach Caleb L. lottery and exchange office, 8 n Howard st. dw 

Fayette st n side betw Pine and Cove 
Leach Wm. gold beater, 69 i Baltimore st — see advertisement in 

front, page 12 
Leach Mrs Hannah, carpet weaver, Monument st e of Canal 
Leach Benedict, painter, cor Granby st and Slemmer's alley 
Leach William, blacksmith, w side Happy al n of Lancaster st 
Leaf Mary Ann, tailoress, Wilk st e of High 
League James, Lexino-ton st 3d door e of Cove 
League G. com. mt. 20 Spear's wharf, dw Aisquith st s of Gay 
League Columbus, shoemaker, Hamburg st w of Light 
League G. com. mt. Spear's wharf, dw cor Salisbury & Lloyd 
League Luke, grocer, cor Baltimore st and Strawberry alley 
League Abram, shoemak^, e side Caroline st n of Fleet 
League Luke, senior, shoe store, 26a w Pratt st 2d door e of 

Charles, dw 28 Albemarle st 
Leake Luke, tailor and scourer, 50 Light st 
Leakin Mrs Hannah, boarding house, w side Front st n of Pitt 
Leakin Sheppard C. High st opp Salisbury 
Leaman Thomas A. shoemaker, 64 w Pratt st 
Leaman John, shoemaker, n side Fish market 
Lear Koon, labourer. Strawberry al w side, n of Alice Anna st 
Lear Harvey, Caroline st n of Orleans 

Lear Frederick, shoemaker, intersection of Pratt st and Frede- 
rick road 
Leary Jeremiah, painter, cor Lombard st and Apple alley 
Leary Peter & Sons, hatters, 27 Thames st 
Leary Cornelius L. L. dw 27 Thames st 
Leary William, dw do 

Leas Chas. A. dry goods mt. 55 Baltimore st. dw 17 Bait, st 
Leas Mrs Maria, boarding house, Camden st w of Sharp 
Lease Margaret, Wilk st w of Spring 



LEA 245 LEE 

Leatherwood Mrs Ann, keeper of Green Oak Dairy, and con- 
fectioner, 7 St Paul St 
Lebon capt Charles, upholsterer, 101 n Howard st 
Lebranthwaite James A. cor Eden and Baltimore sts 
Lebrou Anthony, 193 e Pratt st 
Leche David, imp. of British and French dry goods, 9 n Charles 

St. d\v II do. 
Lechthaler Justus, baker, Shakspeare st near Bond 
Leckey Wm. P. tailor, n side Gay st e of Mott 
Lecompte Jane, seamstress, w side High st n of Pitt 
Lecompte Lloyd, seaman, York st vv of Liijht 
Lecount Wm. labourer, Welcome al e of Charles st 
Lecount Mary, seamstress, Charles st 2 doors s of Balderston 
Leddon Samuel C. o^rocer. Grant st e of Gough 
Lederer Chs. cabinet maker, Harrison st. dvv Potter st n of Gay 
Ledley Wm. bricklayer, cor Warner st and Burgundy alley 
Ledley Daniel, brickmaker, Paca st e of Warner 
Ledley Betsey, s side Carpenter's al betvv Howard & Eutaw sts 
Lednum Ellen, seamstress. Fleet st cor Apple al 
Lednum John, carter, Fayetie st n of St Paul (basement story) 
Lednum Wm. shoemaker, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 
Lednum Ezekiel, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Bond 
Lee John, Raborgst e of Schroeder 
Lee Wm. carpenter, Ra borer st vv of Poppleton 
Lee Rd. B. grocer, Lexington st e of Elm (or Market al) 
Lee Z'. Collins, U. S. district attorney, residence Sharp st betw 

Lombard and Pratt — office No. 10 Law buildings 
Lee Elisha, coachmaker, Holliday st s of Saratoga, dw Front st 

vv side n of Pitt 
Lee Josiah, lottery broker, s e cor Baltimore & Calvert sts, dw 

Charles st s o!' Pleasant 
Lee Levi, blacksmith, Paca st. dw Peach al wof Pearl st 
Lee Caleb, labourer, Moore's al near Ross st 
Lee Miss Maria, rnantiia maker. Pine st s of Saratoga 
Lee Richard, labourer, Pe irl st n of Pierce 
^Lee Wm. dry goods mt. 79 Baltimore st. dw 100 n High 
Lee Edward, grocer, cor Baltimore and Republican sts 
Lee Chas. blacksmith, e side Green st n of Baltimore, dw Pearl 

st n of Park lane 
Lee Abm. boot maker, Holland st wof Canal 
Lee Archibald, labourer, Harford av n of Madison st 
Lee Mrs Rachel, Eden st n of Orleans 
Lee Mrs Catharine^ tailoress, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Lee John A. painter, S3 n Eutaw st 
Lee Levi, blacksmith, w side Paca st s of Saratoga 
Lee Nathaniel, grocery and ieed store, cor Gay and Forest sts 

Lee , s side Srerling t-t e of Mott 

Lee Beall, carter, Dewberry al near Baltimore st 
Lee Samuel, foimdryman, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Lee Johr^, huckster, Dover st w of Paca « 

Lee George, chair painter, Conway st e of L Green 
U* 



LEE 246 LEM 

Lee John, labourer, Happy al nofGough st 

Lee Jane, pastrycook, 2 Salisbury alley 

Lee Dr Jas. G. chemist and drucrgist, cor Pratt st and M space 

Lee Jas. chairmaker, e side Charles st 3 doors s of Lombard 

Lee Richard, cane seat maker, e side Slate st n of Saratoga 

Leech Wm. ropemaker, Harford av near rope walk 

Leech Henry, ropemaker, Harford av near ropewalk 

Leech D. 8c Co. proprietors of Pittsburg Transportation Line, 

114 n Howard st n of Mulberry st 
Leeke James, carpenter, Raborg st e of Cove (sexton) 
Leeke Richard, dry goods mt. dw Saratogn st w of Eutaw 
Leeke C. & Co. dry goods store, 69 n Howard st 
Leese Martin, painter, Wayne st w of Sharp 
Lefevre Lewis L. fancy store, 11 Light st 
Lefevre H- firm W. Little &. Co. dw Salisbury st w of Exeter 
LefTerraan Wm. tanner, French st s of Centre 
Leffler G. R. H Columbia st e of Emory 
LefFman George, soap boiler. Monument st w of Ensor 
Lefley Philip, labourer, Granby st opp Gough 
Lefreo capt John, w side High st s of Trinity 
Legar Wm. grocer, cor Eden and Orleans sts 
Legar mrs Elizabeth, Monument st w of Forest 
Legg John, carpenter, Eutaw st n of Ostend 
Leghorn John, shoemaker, Holliday st s of Pleasant 
Legrand Samuel D. n e cor Baltimore and Caroline sts 
Lehman Fredk. shoemaker, cor Bank and Bond sts 
Lehman JN, icholas, keeper of toll gaie Fredk. road 
Lehmann J- C. teacher of piano, Barre st e of Sharp 
Lehman Geo. tailor, e s"de Light st s of West 
Lehrs Nicholas, sugar refiner, cor Ross and Paca sts 
Leib John, inn keeper, Lexington st cor Elm st (or Market al) 
Leib Thomas, harness maker, 66 Bond st 
Leiberman John, labourer, e side Spring st s of Wilk 
Leibolt Meyer, pedlar, 23 Alice Anna st 

Leicht , cabinet maker, 34 Harrison st 

Leider Henry, carpenter, Wilk st e of High 

Leimann Ulrick, blacksmith, Lancaster st w of Market 

Leitchkey Andreas, labourer. Fleet st w of Caroline 

Leilz Andrew, cabinetmaker, Penn av near Biddle st 

Leitzen Auguste, shoemaker,. Alice Anna st e of Market 

Leivendoll Leib, butcher, w side Bond st n of Fleet 

Leiz mrs Eleonor, boarding house. Spring Court near Charles st 

Leloup Mrs. Light st s of Giftings st 

Leramon Wm. P. firm Wm. Howell & Son, dw cor St Paul and 

Saratoga sts 
Lemmon Joshua, carpenter, cor Ross and St Mary sts 
Lemmon R, &. Co. auctioneers, Buchanan's wharf 
Lemmon Rich'd. firm ditto, dw Cathedral st n of Mulberry 
Lemmon Dr A. H dentist, w side Front st n of Gay 
Lemmon J. H. tailor, w sitle Etilaw st n of Saratoga 
Lemmon Alexander, labourer, Guilford al e of Charles st 



LEM 247 LEV 

Lemmon James, cooper, L Husjhes st w of Light 

Lemmon Miss Eliza, Charles st n of Lee 

Lemmon Thomas, shoemaker, 103 Camden st 

Lemuky Henry, cahinet maker, 35 Lee st 

Lendrum Thomas W. Franklin st e of Pin^ 

Lenning Louis, tailor, Penn av near St Mary st 

Lennon capt Joseph, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

Lennox Thomas F. Ensor st n of Monument 

Lentz Joseph, weaver, Wilk si e of President 

Lentz John, carpet weaver, Albemarle st n of Wilk 

Leonard Amasa, ladies' shoemaker, 48 Liberty st 

Leonard Wm. dry oroods dealer, s w cor Hanover and Lombard 

sts. dvv 80 Lombard 
Leonard Dl. shipwrifirht, Philpot st w of Thames 
Leonard Samuel, huckster, Ross st opj) Paca 
Leonard Wm. cabinet maker, Fredk. road e of the run 
Leonard Wm. M. cabinet maker, Fredk. road w of the run 
Leopold Henry, boiler maker, Madison st w of Eutaw 
Lerew James, carter, York av n of Madison st 
Lerevv John, carpenter, Eutaw st near Franklin, dw Lombard 

st w of Paca 
Lerew Elizabeth, 96 Duoran's wharf 
Lescallet David M. blacksmith; Montf^omery st w of Light 
Lesforest Alexander, confectioner, York st w of Charles- 
Leslie John, cabinet maker, 107 s Howard st 
Leslie John, rigger, cor Alice Anna and Wolfe sts 
Leslie capt Ri»bert, dw e Baltimore st w of Lloyd 
Lester & Shipley, carpenters, Lexington st \v of Liberty 
Lester James M. firm ditto, dw Paca st w of L Green 
Lester John, Baltimore st w of Pearl, appraiser, office public 

store s Gay st 
Lester Acsha, n side Low st w of Exeter 
Lester Shipley, carpenter, Conway st e of L Green 
Leuthold mrs C. milliner, cor Si ra toga and Park sis 
Levandcr John, labourer, adjoining Telegrapph, F Hill 
J-«evering Geo. W. Monument st w of Forest 
Levering George, butcher, Pitt st w of Market 
Levering A. R. china mt. Pratt st. dvv Lee st w of Sharp 
Levering Clinton, china and glass mercht. 8 Pratt st wharf, dw 

Eutaw house 
Levering T. W. & L com. mts. 9 Pratt st wharf. 
Levering Thos. W. firm ditto, dw 117 Hanover st 
Levering L, firm ditto, dw s vv cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Levering & Clement, crockery mts- 13 s Calvert st 
Levering Peter, s w cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Levi Mrs. boarding house, Charles st City Spring Court 
Levi Joseph, second hand dealer, 27 i Light st wharf 
Levi Joseph, Pratt st e of Caroline 

Levi Fredk. carpenter, w side Penn av n of Biddle st • 

Levisoa Carl, carpenter, 120 Bond st 



LEV 248 LIG 

Levy Thomas P. house painter, Gay st opposite Exchange, dw 

I SaUsbury st w of Lloyd, s side 

Levy Sarah, seamstress, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 

Lewalt Charles, dry a;oods store, Franklin st e of Green 

Lewis Eli, treasur^ of and ass't. P. Master, dw Fayette st belw 

Run alley and Pine st 
Lewis Wm. B. cabinet maker, and second hand goods dealer, 

56 Harrison st 
Lewis James, boot and shoe maker, li Holliday st. dw s w cor 

Charles and Hill sts 
Lewis John, grocer, n w cor Calvert and Mulberry sts 
Lewis Joseph N. bookseller, 258 Baltimore st. dw cor Mulberry 

and State sts 
Lewis Henry, 15 Mulberry court, e of Rock st s of Saratoga 
Lewis & Levering, dry goods mts. 161 Baltimore st. dw Sharp 
Lewis James, carpenter. Canal st near Holland 
Lewis capt Levi, Holland st w of Canal 
Lewis John, carter, Monument st w of Forest 
Lewis Charles S. com. mt. 2 Spear's wharf, dw York av Mont- 
gomery house 
Lewis James, bricklayer. Bank lane near Aisquith st 
Lewis Thomas, clothier, Pratt st cor Commerce, dwThomsen st 

e of Friendship 
Lewis mrs Ann Maria, East st n of Pitt 
Lewis mrsM.M. German st w of Penn 
Lewis Arthur, grocer, Hill st e of Charles 
Lewis John, milkman, e Monument st extended 
Lewis Martha, tavern, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Lewis Willoushby, carpenter, Wilk st w of High 
Lewis capt Wm. C. w side Ann st n of Fleet 
Lewis John, pilot, Argyle al w side n of Bank st 
Lewis John, jr. & Br. mt. tailors, 14 South st 
'Lewis John, paper stainer, w side Light st 6 doors n of Hughes 
Lewis Francis, paper stainer, w side Light st 3 doors s of Hill 
Lewis Martin, dry goods dealer, dw 57 s Sharp st 
Lewytt Solomon H. general dealer, 21 Harrison st 
Leyburn Wm. labourer, Harford avenue n of Monument st 
Leypold Wm. F. justice of peace. Forest st n of Hillen 
Leypold mrs Elizabeth, 61 n Gay st 
Libb Adam, shoemaker. Low st e of Exeter 
Liberty Engine House, cor Liberty and Fayette sts 
Library (Germania) Association, 40 n Howard st 
Library Mercantile Association, s e cor Baltimore and Hanover 
Library Apprentices', s w cor North and Fayette sts ' 

Lichtenberger M. shoemaker. Carpenter's al e of Eutaw st 
Liddle mrs Mary, boarding house, Concord st n of Pratt 
Lieb Harman, carpenter, e side Greene st near Fayette 
Lieck C. G. saddler, w side Penn av n of Pearl st 
Lieutaud Dennis, carpenter, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 
Lightner Elizabeth, fish dealer, Eager st betw York and Harf av 
Lightner John, boiler maker, Hamburg st e of Charles 



LIG 249 LIT 

Lightner Henry, tinner. Forest st s ofHillen 

Lightner Nathaniel, book keeper, e side High st s of French 

Liiiendall Frederick, Pine st n of Fayette 

Lilly Geo. W. carpenter, Madison st w of Howard 

Lilly Richard, firm Jenkins & Lilly, dw High st n of Baltimore 

Lilly, Flack & Lentz, importers of dry goods, 332 Baltimore st 

Lilly AlonTco, of firm, dw Madison st 

Liman C. H. grocer, 1 Harrison st. dw Baltimore w of Canal 

Limmer Georije, tailor, Fleet st w of Bond 

Limos Charles, waiter, 4 Salisbury alley . 

Linahan Mrs. 58 Harrison st 

Linaman George, 28 New Church st 

Lindemeier A. tailor, Forest st n of Gay 

Lindenfelter John, porter, Camden st e of Sharp 

Lindenman Conrad, baker, 166 Hanover st cor York 

Lindinberger, George, ladies' shoemaker, cor Lexington & Cove 

Lindsey 8c Redding, merchant tailors, Eutaw st opp Western 

Bank — see advertisement page 23 
Lindsey James M. of firm, dw Camden st near Paca 
Lindsey Wm. grocer, s w cor Ross and Jasper sts 
Lindsey mrs. H. Camden st e of Paca 
Lindsley Benj. shoemaker, 10 Perry st e of Paca 
Linebaugh miss Rebecca, Park st n of Clay 
Lineberger Samuel, grocer, n e cor Lexington and Rock sts 
Lineberger Wm. tinner, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 
Lineberger Caleb, market man, Baltimore st wof Asbury lane 
Liirgard Frederick, Dover st w of Sharp 
Lingenfeld Henry, grocer, s w cor Clay and Liberty sts 
Linhard Thomas, shoemaker, Sterling st e of Mott 
Link Thomas, fisher. Cross st w of Johnson 
Link Wm. soap boiler, Lee st w of Light 
Linnenberger L. 105 Bond st 
Linton Wm. potter, Lexington st w of Cove 
Linton Wm. steamboat hand, Hamburg st w of Light 
Linzay Wm. labourer, cor Armistead lane and William st 
Linzey Wm. shoemaker, n side Gay st e of Exeter 
Linzey John, plaisterer, Thomsen st e of Friendship 
Linzey mrs Catharine, seamstress, Ross st opp Paca 
Linzey Wm- tavern, cor Fish market and Concord sts 
Lipp Joseph, clothing store, 81 n Howard st. dw e side Eutaw 1 

door n of Mulberry 
Lippey George, carpenter. Union st near Penn avenue 
Lippy Jesse L. carpenter. Burgundy alley vv of L Greene st 
Lipyer Onselm, labourer, Scott st s of Columbia 
Liscomb mrs Betsy, seamstress, Pitt st w of Eden 
Lishar Wm. Lexington st w of Amity 
List Jacob, shoemader, Franklin st e of Paca 
List Adam, shoemaker, inter. Harford av and Aisquith st 
Lilsinger Henry, Baltimore st e of Amity 
Litsinger Richard, pattern maker, Lombard st e of Schroeder 



LIT 250 LOG 

Liitig Luther, grocer, cor Gay and Highsts. d\v Exeter opo M* 

E. church 
Littig Fredk. S. treas. F. P. Sav. Inst, dw Gough st wof Caroline 
Littig PhiHp, jr. cashier Marine Bank, dw Gough w ofCaroline 
Littig C. B. com nit. e side Commerce st s of Lombard, dw Pratt 

w ofCaroline 
Littig rars R. vv side Eutaw st n of Madison 
Littig mrs Peter. Forney alley 
Littig Patrick, carter. Perry st w of Eutaw 
Littig Joseph, blacksmith, Burgundy alley w of L Greene st 
Littig Ann T. boarding house, 29 Thames st 
Littig Thomas, book binder, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 
Little Wm. engineer, vv side Exeter st n of Fawn 
Little Richard, weaver, Saratoga st wof Schroeder 
Little Robert, grocer, s side Pratt st e of Commerce 
Little Charles, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Littlefield mrs Susanna, Howard st n of Franklin 
Litton Thomas, sailmaker, 135 Bond st 

Litzmyer Joseph, stone mason, Howard st opp Richmond mkt. 
Livermore & Gushing, domestic com mts. 3 Hanover st 
Livingston Jas. G. shoemaker, Forest st near market 
Livingston Seth, shoemaker, York st w of Charles 
Livingston Peter, shoemaker. Burgundy alley e of Warner st 
Livingston Lorenzo, shoemaker, Conway st w of L Greene 
Livingston mrs Ann, cor Eutaw st and Carpenter's alley 
Livingston James, shoemaker, Lee st e of Charles 
Lloyd John J. attorney at law, n side Fayette st w of Calvert 
Lloyd Jenkins, engineer and machinist, e Falls avenue s of Pratt 

St. dw Wilk st w of President 
Lloyd Wilson L. Lexintrton st betw Pine and Cove 
Lloyd Thos. prop. Western Hotel, s w cor Howard and Sara- 
toga sts. dw Saratoga 3 doors w of Howard 
Lloyd Mary, Biddle si near Ross 
Lloyd Richard, grocer, n e cor Sterling and Mott sts 
Lloyd Wm. joiner, Wilk st w of Ann 
Loane Edmund, boot and shoemaker, 64 \v Lexington st 
Loane Joseph & Son, sail makers, over 67 Smith's wnarf 
Loane Joseph, dw cor Pratt and Gough sis 
Loane Jabez, of firm, dw Exeter st 2d door s of Lombard 
Loane John, hair manufacturer, n side Gay ste of Mott 
Loane Sarah, Forest st s of Orleans 
Lobdale Margaret, grocer, cor Bank and Canal sts 
Lobrare Nicholas, engineer, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Lochbehler A. grocer, vv side Penn avenue n of Pearl st 
Lock Henry N. turner, cor Perry and Charles sts 
Lock Thos. O. upholsterer, Leadenhall st 
Locke Loa, millwright, York st vv of Light 
Locke Thomas M. com mt. 12 Light st wharf, dw Eutaw st 
Lockerd John, flour, feed and lime store, Pratt st w of Paca 
Lockington Joshua, grocer, 20 Cheapside, dw 26 n Exeter ai 
Lockwood Crandell E. shoemaker, German st e of Pine 



LOG 251 LOR 

Lockwood Edward, n side Lombard st w of Concord 
Loelckes John, tavern, Bond st s of Shakspeare 
Loelkos John, tavern, cor Thames and Market sts 
Loffing Lewis, 5 Shakspeare st 

Logan Joseph, cooper, Lerew's alley n ofFranklin st. dw Frank- 
lin near Lerew's alley 
Logan Alexander, cooper, Franklin st w ofChatsworth 
Logan mrsMary, Pierce st vv ol'Chatsworlh 
Logan Wm. shoemaker. Pierce st w ofChatsworth 
Logan Samuel L. baker^ State st n of Mulberry 
Logemann Henry, prop. Rail Road Hotel, Light st near Pratt 
Logic miss Priscilla, milliner, s e cor Liberty and Lexington sts 
Logue Michael, shoemaker, s side Ensor st vv of Forest 
Logue Dennis J. tinner, Balderston st vv of Light 
Logue James, dry goods dealer, 9 Baltimore st 
Lohmuller & Bro. siove factors & blacksmith. Bond n of Thames 
Lohrman Henry, shoemaker, e side Light st s of York 
Lomax Jarnes, grocer, Pine st s of Vine 
Lombard Mary E. dress maker, Penn av near St Mary's st 
Loney Wm. dry goods merchant, cor Gay and High sts. dw n 

Calvert near Centre 
Loney Martha, seamstress. East sts of Douglass 
Loney Chas. butclier, row s vv of Cove st head of Paca 
Long Richard D. carpenter, dw 42 n Gay st 
Long John D. carpenter, Fleet st vv of Wolfe 
Long Robt. Carey, architect, Fayette si betw Park and Howard 
Long Saml. ship carpenter, w side Ann st n of Fleet 
Long Levi, boot & shoemaker, Calvert st under Barnum's hotel 
Long Wm. shoe store, 5 Market st 

Long Ellis B. firm Pendleton, Long &, Riely, dw at mrs Pendle- 
ton's, cor Eutaw and Baltimore sts 
Long Michael, labourer. Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 
Long Chas. shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Republican 
Long Isaac H. mt. dw 282 Baltimore st 

Long Geo. B. superintendent chimneys, Harf av s of Neighbour 
Long Henry, carpet weaver, e side Front st n of Baltimore 
Long mrs Mary, e side Gay st n of Potter 
Long Sarah, grocer, s side Ensor st e of town clock 
Long Conrad, shoemaker. East st s of Douglass 
Long Henry, printer, e side East st n of Pitt 
Long Samuel, shoemaker, 37 South st 
Long George, wagoner, Sch^roeder st s of Hollins 
Longley Saml. clerk, Franklin st vv of Pearl 
Longwell mrs Elizabeth, Black alley, w of Union st s of Ross 
Lops Ann, Thames st e of Bond 
Lorentz John G. saddler, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Lorkin Wm. grocer, 39 Market sp. dw High st opp Salisbury 
Lorman Wm. & Son, mts. n e cor Charles and Lexington sts 
Lorraan Alex, of firm, dw s e cor Charles and Lexington sts 
Lorman John, drayman, cor Alice Anna and Lexington sts 
Lorman Joseph, drayman, Block st w of Wills 



LOR 252 LUB 

Lorton Richard, watchman, Henrietta st e of Charles 

Lorton Wm. watchman. Hill st e of Charles 

Lorton Charles, watchman, Henrietta st e of Charles 

Lottery Commissioners' office, Lexington st w of St Paul, Mi- 
chael McBlair and Geo. Cook, comm'rs 

Louderman Henry R. baker, 26 Market st 

Loughan James, n side Fish market space 

Loiighran Wm. hatter, Conway st w of L Greene 

Loughran Mary, porter and oyster house, cor South and Water 

Louo-htenberg Wm. tailor. Carpenter's alley w of Howard st 

Loupus Philip, tavern, 5 Shakspeare st w of Market 

Love Wm. S. M. D. and apothecary. 65 w Lexington st 

Love J. K. shoemaker, 77 Hanover st 

Love Wm. shoemaker, Philpot alley e of Canal st 

Love Henry, brickmaker. Cove st s of Paca 

Love Andrew, nightman, Lee st e ol' Sharp 

Love Wm. J. carpenter. Bank st w of Wolfe 

Lovegrove James, bookbinder and stationer, 23 s Calvert st. dw 
° 68 n High st 

Lovejoy Abbett, clerk, Pearl st n of Fayette 

Lovejoy Saml. w side Front st s of Hillen 

Lovejoy Amos, hosiery, yarn and trimming store, 95 Baltimore 
St. dw ditto — see advertisement page 34 

Lovell Wm. baker, Pratt st near High 

Lovitt Pegsy, seamstress, Light st s of West 

Low Mrs. china store, 94 n Howard st 

Low Wm. cordwainer, Fleet st e of Bond 

Low Catharine, Jasper st n of Franklin 

Lowe Malachi, carpenter, Pine st n of Saratoga 

Lowe Rebecca, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 

Lowe Rebecca, grocer, Franklin st e of Cove 

Lowe Cornelius, Aisquith st s of Madison 

Lowe Henderson P. carpenter, Biddle st near Richmond 

Lower Wentel, tailor, 15 Bond st 

Lownds Jas. teller in Chesapeake Bank, w side Exeter n of Gay 

Lowry R. PL 21 Barnet st 

Lowry Geo. N. hardware store, cor Pratt st and Franklin lane, 
dw Baltimore st near Lloyd 

Lowrv Margaret, seamstress, Hamilton st w of St Paul 

Lowry John, weaver, Sarah Ann ste of Poppleton 

Lowry Thos. tailor, Gay st near Aisquith 

Lowry George N. machinist, Hollins st e of Poppleton 

Lowry Edward, lishermian. Fort avenue 

LQ^j.y seaman, Charles st n of Hill 

Lowry John D. ship joiner, Wilk st w of Washington 

Lowry John, inspector of customs, s side Wilk st w of Canal 

Lowry Conrad, gardener. Canton 

Lowry Enoch M. clerk in Merchants' Bank, cor High & Trinity 

Lowrv & Slaymaker, produce com mts. w side Commerce st 

Loyd'Wm. joiner, Wilk st w of Ann 

Lubry Isaac, clothing dealer, Lombard st w of the market 



LUC 253 LUT 



Lucas Fieldiiii?, jr. bookseller, 138 Baliimore st. dw cor Sara- 
toga and Si Paul 
Lucas Chas. Z. attorney at law, North st n of Post office 
Lucas Joshua, carpenter, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Lucas Thomas, watchman, Orleans st e of Strawberry alley 
Lucas & Deaver, book & job printers, cor Lovely lane & Calvert 
Lucas James, of firm, dw w side Exeter st s of Low 
Lucas Mayger, seaman, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Lucas Peter B. tailor, e side Caroline st n ol' Fleet 
Lucas Samuel, brewer, n e cor Hanover and Conway sts. dw 1 

door n of the brewery 
Lucas Mrs. e side State st n of Saratoga 
Luchen Christian, St Mary's st e of Penn avenue 
Luchese Frederick, music teacher, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Luckett Henry, firm Neal & Luckett, dw 21 German st 
Ludden Lemuel, hardware mt. 221 Baltimore st. dw 86 n Liberty 
Ludeking Philip, saddler, w side Paca st n of Baltimore 
Ludley Wm. brickmaker, cor Warner st and Burgundy alley 
Ludlow A. C. grain & com mt. 14 Bovvly's wharf 
Ludlow Jacob, brickmaker. Cove st s of Paca 
Ludlow Parshall & Co. specie and exchange brokers, llli Baltst 
Ludlow Robert, of firm, dw cor Calvert and Saratoga sts 
Ludlow A. C. firm Ware & Ludlow, Franklin st e of Cathedral 
Ludw^ig Samuel printer, 6 Albemarle st 
Lukeman Wm. shoemaker, York st w of Charles 
Lukins E. w side Front st n of Pitt 
Lupton Wm. H. carpenter, Frankhn st w of Chatsworth 
Lupton Wm. carpenter^ Wagon alley near Howard st. dw Pearl 

s of Lexington 
Lupton Elisha. dw Pearl st n of Fayette 
Lurg Adam, tailor, Gay st near Canal 

Lurman Gustavus W. firm Oelricks & L. Franklin st e of Park 
Lusby Wm. tobacconist, 17 George st 
Lusby Ann Maria, Market st s of Bank 
Lusby Henry, penny post, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Lusby Henry, machinist, n e cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Lusby misses Ann & Eliza, Paca si e of L Greene 
Lusby mrs Amelia, Canton 
Lusby Wm. merchant tailor, 7 South st 

Lusby Wm. gardener, Canton [Pratt 

Lusk John, carpenter, w side Caroline st n of Bond, dw Eden s of 
Lutheran Book Company, 7 s Liberty st. Rev. Benjamin Kurtz 

superintendent 
Luthold mrs C milliner, cor Saratoga and Park sts 
Luthold mrs Catharine, Pearl st s of Pierce 

Luttz shoemaker, Cowpen alley near Liberty st 

Lutz Charles, carpenter, e side Ann st n of Alice Anna 

Lulz firm Wilson & Lutz, dw Front st 

Lutz Nicholas, Venetian blind maker, wside Front st s of Hillen 
Lutz Charles, liquor, n w cor Barre st and Light st wharf 
Lulz John, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 



LUT 254 MAC 

Lutz John, shoemaker, intersection Ensor and Hillen sts 
Lutz J. F. oyster cellar, s side Gay st e of the bridge " 
Lutz mrs E. A. cedar cooper, 60 s Calvert st 
Ltuvcr Adam, tailor, e side Gay sts of Canal 
Lyburn mrs Polly, spooler, Amiry st n of Lexington 
Lybrand Henry, wheelwright, Holland st e of Poppleton 
Lyeth John, carpenter, Marion st e of Eutaw 
Lyeth Samuel, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Lyibrd VVm. G. keeper Exchange Reading Rooms, and editor 
and pubisher Commercial Journal and Baltimore Prices 
Current, dw Calvert st betw Saratoga and Lexington 
Lyle Samuel, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Lynch John, watchm.iker, 7 Franklin st cor State 
Lynch Dr. A. 57 j^ (Jijarles st 

Lynch Daniel, blacksmith, John al near Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Lynch mrs Elizabeth, Richmond st w of Cathedral 
Lynch John, carter. Cross st w of Johnson 
Lynch George, Harford avenue s of Neigbour st 
Lynch Joseph S. paver, Harford avenue s of Madison st 
Lynch James, gas pipe layer, Hillen st 4 doors w of High 
Lynch & Cralt, paint and oil store, 15 Cheapside 
Lyntz Henry, cooper, Union st near Ross 
Lyon mrs Elizabeth, cor Sharp and Conway sts 
Lyon Peter, tavern, cor Swan st and Market space 
Lyons John, grocer, cor Franklin and Chatsworth sts 
Lyons Daniel, tailor, n side French st opposite Potter 
Lyons Jane, confectioner, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Lyons James, e side Exeter st n of Gay 
Lyons Richard H. carpenter, Columbia st w of Scott 
Lyons John, ship carpenter, Perry st w of Charles 
Lyons miss E. E. A. milliner, Charles st n of York 
Lyshur Tephemiah, grocer, cor Pierce and Cove sts 
Lyshur Ephraim, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Richmond st 
Lytle Robert A. chronometer and watchmaker, 5 s Gay st 

JtIABEU Andrew, labourer. Mulberry st last house 

MacBride A. flour merchant, Baltimore st e of Paca, dw Pine 
2 doors irom Pierce 

MacCreary Letetia, w side Hanover st 2 doors n of Conway 

Maccubbin T. C. painter, firm Duvall &, Maccubbin, dw n side 
Gay st e of Mott 

Maccubbin Nelson R. coach wheelwright. North st betw Sara- 
toga and Gay, dw Gay betw Poorest and Aisquith 

Maccubbin Samuel, brush maker, s side Gay st e of High 

MacEnery Matthew, 8 George st 

Mace Thomas, tailor, 64 w Pratt st ' 

Mace Stephen T. tailor, s side Low st e of High 

Mace Thomas, tailor, York st e of Howard 

Macgill mrs Eliza, seamstress, Frederick road w of toll gate 

Macher Benjamin, painter, Raborg st e of Pine 

Macher Samuel, grocer, cor Sharp and Barre sts 



MAC 255 MAG 



Macilroy Thomas, commission merchant, 2 Light st wharf 
Mackall Leonard, M. D. Lexington st 2d door e of Charles 
Mackell (or Mackall,) Briant M. clerk, Montgomery st e of Light 
Mackelroy Catherine, e side Strawberry alley s of Lombard st 
Macken Thomas, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Mackenheimer Jane, milliner, Hanover st near Camden, dw 61 

Camden 
Mackenzie Dr. J. P. cor St Paul and Lexington sts 
Mackenzie Thos. importer and dealer in saddlery ironmongery, 

178 Baltimore st. dw 76 n Charles 
Mackenzie & Co. chemist and druggist, n e cor Gay and Bait sts 
Mackenzie Thomas G. of firm, dw 12 n Gay st 
Mackenzie mrs Sarah, 12 n Gay st 
Mackenzie Colin, butcher, Mullikin st e of Bond 
Mackenheimer Jane, milliner, w side Hanover st 2 doors s of Cam- 
den, dw Camden w of Hanover 
Mackenheimer Wm. tailor. Fine st n of Chestnut alley 
Mackenheimer Frederick, tobacconist, Park st s of Clay 
Mackey Philip, firm Smith & Mackey, dw Raborg st e of Pine 
Mackin Mary, groceny and liquor store, French st e of Bath 
Mackubbin James, watchman, Montgomery st w of Light 
Maclin John, labourer, e side Exeter st s of Hillen [High 

Macmacin John, labourer. Mechanics' court, near cor Hillen and 
MacNeal Andrew L. carpenter, High st s of Lpw, dw Pitt 
Macnew Thomas, watchman, Carpenter's row, n of Pratt st w of 

Amity 
Macubbin Robert, plane maker, McClellan st near Baltimore 
Macy Susan, Market st n of Wilk 
Madden David, machinist, Eutaw st n of Conway 
Madden John, plaisierer, Lee st w of Sharp 
Madden Thomas, dw Wine st 

Maddice Power, shoemaker, cor Howard st and Welcome alley 
Maddock Mordecai, Cove st s of Franklin 
Maddox Charles, Charles st n of Pleasant 
Maddox Daniel, carpenter, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Maddox Ziporah, Lombard st e of Bond 

Madern Z. boot maker, Howard st 4 doors n of Gillingham alley 
Madigan Matthew, labourer, Eden st s of Bank 
Madison John, saddle maker, Harrison st. dw Caroline n of 

Hampstead 
Madison John, millwright, Columbia st w of Cove 
MafTei Angelo, dry goods dealer, 40 Centre market space, and 

fancy store, 70 Pratt st 
MafRlt Thomas, clerk, Conway st s of L Greene 
Magee John, principal male and female academy, n Frederick st 

near Etna lane 
Magee Patrick, porter, e side High st n of Pitt 
Mager John, furniture store, 53 n Eutaw st 
Magers Elias, tobacconist, 58 Pratt st e of Commerce, dw Gran- 

by e of High 
Magers Geo. W. firm March & Magers, dw Hill st near Sharp 



MAG 256 MAL 

Mafifill Maroraret, seamstress, w side Charles st s of Lombard 
Magness Benjamin, chair maker, Aisquith st n of Comet 
Magness Zaohariah, brick dresser, Howard st n of York 
Magrath John, grocer, cor Charles stand Guilford alley 
Magrevy Mrs. e side Eutaw st 1 door s of Madison 
Magruder Hon. Richard B. ass. judge of 6th judicial district, dw 

Saratoga st vv of St Paul 
Magruder J. H. paper hanger, 23 n Howard st 
Magruder & Dalrymple, hardware merchants, 230 Baltimore st 
Magruder Jno. R. commission merchant, Pratt st. dw 68 Camden 
Maguire Hugh, baker, cor Charles and York sts 
Masruire Dr. Charles. 52 n Frederick st 
Maguire John A. house carpenter, Eden st. dw 82 Pitt 
Maguire mrs Margaret, boarding house, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Maguire Catherine, s side Lombard st e of Frederick 
Maguire Patrick C. shoemaker, Beuren sts of Monument 
Maguire James L. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Maguire J. labourer, s side Ensor st w of Forest 
Maguire Thomas, grocer. Union st near Ross 
Maguire Patrick, weaver. Row s of Franklin st extended 
Maguire James, baker, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Maguire James L. conveyancer, dw Pine st n of Lexington 
Maguire James, blacksmith, 54 n Exeter st 
Mahan Ann, s side Ensor st w of Monument 
Mahan Patrick, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Mahaney John, book binder. Strange alley 1 door e of McCtellaa 

St. dw Carpenter's alley w of Paca st 
Mahaney Susan, Wagon alley s of Eutaw st 
Mahay John, carpenter. Union st near Penn avenue 
Mahay Joseph, carpenter. Union st near Penn avenue 
Mainlay Thomas, cow keeper, Orleans st w of Eden 
Mains Hugh, Holliday st n of Bath 
Mainster Wra. Orleans st e of Spring 
Maiston J. R. crockery dealer, 26 n Eutaw st. dw Liberty 
Makepeace R. St Paul st n of Saratoiza 

Makinson mrs Dorothy, seamstress, Frederick road at toll gate 
Malane Samuel, drayman, w side French st s of Centre 
Malbon James, trimming store, 3 & 4 Baltimore Arcade, dw 

Peach alley w of Pearl st 
Malcom Peter, feed store. Wood st. dw 20 Monument square 
Male Wm. clothing store, 50 e Pratt st. dw Bond st e of Gough 
Mallinckrodt & Uhrlaub, importers of German goods, 5 Han- 
over st 
Mallinckrodt W. dw Lexington st 
Mallon James, grocery, cor Pine and Pierce sts 
Mallon John, bfock and pump maker, 69 Bowly's wharf 
Mallon James, Pratt st w of Mc Henry alley 
Mallonee Thomas, shoemaker, dw Eden st n of Baltimore 
Mallonee Wm. dw Saratoga st between Eutaw and Paca 
Mallonee George, city bailiff, s side Low st near High 



MAL 257 MAR 



Mallonee John, carpenter, lower end s Howard st. dw Saratoga 

w of Chats worth 
Malon Henry, watchman, w side Exeter st s of Low 
Malone Samuel, drayman, w side French st s of Centre 
Malone Susannah, w side Bond st n ol'Bank 
Maioney mrs E. 150 n Paca st 
Maloy Conrad, merchant tailor, 9S n Howard st 
Maloy mrs Mary, s side Baltimore st e of Caroline 
Maloy mrs Susan, Pratt st w of Market 
Malseed Simon, Riohmond st w of Tyson 

Malter Susan, fancy store, 11 e Baltimore st. dw Pitt e of Exeter 
Mammon Jacob, sawyer, Perry st w of Sharp 
Mammon Jacob, 11 Temple st 
Mandel Mrs 63 n Liberty st 
Maner Frederick, tavern, Pratt st w of President 
Manifold Wm. Lee ste of Charles 
Mankin Isaiah, commission merchant, over n e cor Gay and Pratt 

sts. dw cor Courtland and Mulberry 
Manly Wm. E. wholesale and retail trimming and variety store, 

4 Holliday st 
Manly John, 71 e Lombard st 
Manly & Meredith, carpenters, Lee st e of Charles 
Mann John, shoemaker, Louisiana st e of Greene 
Mann Benjamin, tin and sheet iron worker, 84 w Pratt st 
Mann mrs A. M. boardini^ house, Courtland st n of Lexington 
Mann Wm. merchant tailor, 145 Baltimore st. dw Aisquith 
Mann John, farrier, 115 n Eutaw st 

Mann John J. dealer in iron, Thames st. dw Ann n of Wilk 
Mann George, tinner, e side High st n of Stiles, and Centre mar- 
ket space s of Lombard st 
Mann Wm. carter, 115 Camden st 
Manner James B. shoemaker, Constitution st s of Falls 
Mannick John, wheelwright, German st e of Cove fPaul 

Manning J. C. firm Armistead & Manning, Mulberry st w of St 
Manning mrs Eliza, Guilford alley w of Liirht st 
Manns Wm. tailor, dw Aisquith st s of Madison 
Manro J. dw 18 n Liberty st 

Mansderfer J. shoemaker, w side Penn avenue n of Pearl st 
Mansfield Margaret A. fancy store, 5 and 7 Maryland Arcade 
Mensfield Wm. collector and agent, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Mansion House, (John Albertson, proprietor,) n w cor St Paul 

and Fayette sts — see adverfisetTient page 29 
Manson mrs Hester, shoebinder, Mullikin ste of Eden 
Manson John, merchant tailor, Thames st 
Mantler John, labourer, Wolfe st n of Wilk 
Mantlcr Andrew, labourer, w side Happy alley n of Bank st 
Manus Susan, huckster, e side East st n of Douglass 
Mantz mrs Henry, grocer, B;iltimore st w of Greene 
Mantz Francis, cor Liberty alley and Falls st 
Marburg Wm. A. oyster and ale house, 32 Light st 



MAR 258 MAR 



March Washinorton, grocer, Aisquith st n of Douglass, dw St 

Paul n of Centre 
March & Magers, merchant tailors, 25 n Liberty st 
March Madison G. of firm, dw Pine st n of Josephine 
Marden Jesse, scale maker, s e cor Charles and Balderston sts — 

see advertisement page 29 
Mardueno Margaret, Wilk st w of Albemarle 
Marfield Sarah, seamstress, French st nearly opp East 
Marfield mrs Elizabeth, dress maker, Ills Sharp st 
Margum Mrs. Canton 

Marine Bank ol' Baltimore, n e cor Gay and Second sts 
Marines John, watchman, Henrietta st w of William 
Maris Dr. George, 14 n Charles st 

Mark Charles W. firm Mark & Roy, dw York ste of Howard 
Marker John, carpenter. Pearl st n of Saratoga 
Markiin John, carpenter, Barre st w of Charles 
Marks Belinda, stock manufacturer, 9 Maryland Arcade 
Marks Jacob, labourer, Biddle st near Ross 
Marks Michael, segar maker, Ross st near Biddle alley 
Markt Fredk. whip maker, Frederick road w of the run 
Marley Richard, shoemaker. Pearl st n of Saratotja 
Marley Henry, labourer, Armistead lane w of William st 
Marley James, dealer in sand, Hollins st e of Poppleton 
Marmelstein Chas. F. tavern, s e cor Thames and Market sts 
Marr Lenox, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Marr John, cooper, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Marriott miss Sally, seamstress, St Paul st n of Franklin 
Marriott Wm. H.'23 n Charles st 

Marriott John H. ladies' shoemaker, 67 Baltimore st. dw 65 Pitt 
Marriott & Hardesty, dealers in foreign and domestic dry goods, 

209 Baltimore st 
Marriott Richd. W. of firm, dw n Howard st at Wheatfield Inn 
Marron Terence, Wilk st e of Exeter 

Marrow Isaac, collector and police officer, FrankHn st w of Pine 
Marsden mrs Ellen, Madison st near Biddle 
Marsdon James, cor Franklin and Chatswonh sis 
Marsellas John E. ladies' fancy shoe store, 89 e Baltimore st 
Marsfelder Siman, baker, L Paca st n of Conway 
Marsh John, n side Fayette st betw Howard and Park 
Marsh Morris D. gunsmith, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Marsh Syuenhan\, firm Eastwood & Marsh, Eden st n of Bait. 
Marsh Isaac, shoemaker, Happy alley near Gough st 
Marshall Mrs. s side Fayette st w of Gay 
Marshall Alexander, seaman, Light st s of Armistead lane 
Marshall John, segar maker, 101 Baltimore st 
Marshall Isaac T. house carpenter, 26 n Gay st 
Marshall Henry, stonemason, 1 Temple st 
Marshall William, clothier, 36 n Howard st 
Marshall Wm. L- attorney at law, Courtland st n af Lexington 
Marshall Thos. carpenter, Pearl st s of Mulberry 



MAR - 259 MAR 

Marshall & Bro. lottery and exchange mts. cor Baltimore and St 

Paul sts. d\v Siiles near Hio:h 
Marshall John, lottery broker, 19 Pratt st w of Dufijan's wharf 
Marshall Waller, shoemaker, Park st n of Clay 
Marshall capt Levin, Gourjh st w of Howard 
Marshall Margaret, n e cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Marshall S. C. stone mason, e side Gay st s of Canal 
Marshall mrs Tracy, Gay st near Aisquith 
Marshall Eliza, seamstress, Low st near Aisquith ^ 

Marshall Mary A. seamstress, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Marshall E. seaman. Comet st w of Aisquith 
Marshall Henry, seaman, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Marshall Elizabeth, cor Gough and Wolfe sts 
Marshall Solomon, labourer, Bankst w of Wolfe 
Marshall Mary A. Lombard st e of High 
Marston J. R. &, F. W. crockery, 5 s Liberty st 
Marston Moses, china store, Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Marston James, wholesale glass dealer, 5 Hanover st. dwe Bal- 
timore st w of Exeter 
Marten Joseph, carpenter, Lexinirton st e of Greene 
Martenet Catharine M. French st opposite Exeter 
Martiacq John, grocer, cor Wilk st and Strawberry alley- 
Martin David, tailor, dw Saratoga st cor College alley 
Martin Hugh, grocer, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Martin Culbertson, machinist, Saratoga st w of Elm (Market al) 
Martin Charles, fruit dealer, dw 52 n Gay st 
Martin R. N. attorney at law. North st n of Post office . 
Martin George, cabinet maker, s w cor Clay and Liberty st8 
Martin James, Howard st s of Richmond 
Martin Edward, confectioner, 93 n Howard st 
Martin, Mathers & Co, merchant tailors, 9 n Howard st 
Martin D. of firm, dw n side Saratoga st w of Park 
Martin mrs Elizabeth, Union st near Ross 
Martin John, labourer. Pierce ste of Cove 
Martin Robert, drayman, 6 Jackson's court, betw Saratoga and 

Lexington sts. e of Rock 
Martin Solomon, victualler. Pine st n of Josephine 
Martin James, cabinet maker. Pearl st n of Baltimore 
Martin George, victualler, Baltimore st e of Republican 
Martin & Vallette, grocers, 06 Baltimore st 
Martin mrs Jane E. dw 11 Pitt st 
Martin John, carpenter, cor Park and Richmond sts 
Martin Andrew, painter, dw cor Park st and Ivy alley 
Martin Wm. bandbox maker, P£frk st s of Lexington 
Martin Charles, clerk, Pitt st e of Front 
Martin Nathaniel, cooper, wside Canal stnof Pitt 
Martin Wm. bricklayer, Eden st s of Silver 
Martin Thomas, e side Front st opp Catholic church 
Martin Jacob, Paca st w of Warner 
Martin Samuel, tobacconist, Perry st e of Howard 
Martin Samuel, firm Schumacker & Martin, Barre w of Hanotef 



MAR 260 MAS 



Martin Thomas, Hill st e of Charles 

Martin Shadrach, fisher, Cross st w of William 

Martin capt John M. Fleet st w of Ann 

Martin Dr. Sanuiel B. e Pratt st opp Eastern fountain 

Martin Wn:i. accountant, cor Lombard and Lexington sis 

Martin Ann, Wolfe st s of Alice Anna 

Martin Peter, carter, vvside Artryle alley s of Alice Anna st 

Martin Dr. Joseph, 3 Spring st opp fountain 

Mjn'tin James &. \Vm. com. and leed store, Pratt st wharf 

Martin James, ol'firm, dw w side Sharp st 5 doors s of Pratt 

Martin George, ornamental painter, vv side High st n of Pratt 

Martin John, 67 s Hiirh st 

Martin Susanna, s side Lovely lane 4 doors e of Calvert st 

Martin John, tailor and scourer, e side Charles st s of Howard 

Martin John, w side Howard st 4 doors n of Conway st 

Martin Samuel, seirar maker. Perry st e of Howard 

Martin Frances, bandbox maker, n side Water st e of Light 

Martine nuss Mariraret, Parkst s of Clay 

Martyn Humphrey, malster, e side Light st s of Montgomery 

Marvin John W. lead er, Exeter st near Baltimore, dw w side 

Exeter st n of Gay 
Marye R. C. Franklin st 4 doors w of Charles 
Marye Geo. T. \yl)o!esale dry goods store, "239 Baltimore si. dw 

cor Franklin and Pearl 
Maryland Chemical Works, Federal hill s of Telegraph, at water 
Maryland Insurance Co. office Exchange, Geo. Law, president 
Masell Joseph, draym^m. Eden st n of Gough 
Mash Wni. sawyer, Hughes st w of William 
Maslin PliilipTlios. cabinet maker, e side Potter st s of Gay 
Mason Wm. hatter, Franklin st 1 door w of Lerew's alley 
Mason George, carpenter, Franklin st w of Cove 
Mason Benjamin, tailor, Holland st w of Canal 
Mason Edward, L'"rocer and com rat, Bowly's wharf, dw Madi- 
son st e of Aisquith 
Mason Peter, Greene st n of Lombard 
Mason Wesley, clerk, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Mason Richard C. & Son, biscuit and cracker bakers, 76 Pratt si. 

bakery s end McElderry's wharf 
Mason Richard C. dw 71 s Hi<rh st 
Mason Richd. of firm, sside Wilk st w of Canal 
Mason Wm. & Co. merchants, 6 Spear's wharf 
Mason Wm. dw Pratt st w of fi^xefer 
Mason Charles, wood dealer. Gran by st w of Exeter 
Masonic Hall, cor St Paul st 3nd Court house lane 
Mass Samuel, cedar cooper and grocer, Franklin st e of Eutaw, 

dw Franklin st e of Lerew's alley 
Mass & Roy, carpenters, w side Howard st n of Camden 
Mass C. W. of firm, dw York st 
Massey Mary Arm, liquor store, 5 Mercer st 
Massicott capt Wn). 45 Albemarle st 
Masson Wm. grocer, cor Wilk and Ann sts 



MAS 261 MAU 



Massy Nathan, machinist, Albemarle st sofPlownriaQ 
Massy Susan, 31 Thames st 
Masterson Chas. Penn avenue near St Mary st 
Masterson Mary, Bicidie alley near Ross st 
Masterson Michael, trrocer, cor Caroline and Hampstead sts 
Matchett Richard J. book and job printer, and publisher of Bal- 
timore Director, cor Gay and Lombard sis. dvv 8 s Fred'k 
Mather M. bookbinder, stationer, and paper ruler, Bank lane 

near Calvert st ♦ 

Mathers John, Potter st betw Gay and Hillen 
Mathers James, firm Martin, Mailiers & Co. Pearl n of Mulberry 
Mathews mrs S. w side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Mathews Joshua, merchant, McElderry's wharf, dw e side Ex- 
eter st s of Low 
Mathews J. carpenter, German st w of Howard, dw Cove st 
Mathews L. labourer, French st nearly opposite Potter 
Mathews Joseph, Front st opposite Catholic church 
Mathiot A. &. J. B. fancy and Windsor chair manufacturers, 18 n 

Gay st opposite Fayeite 
Mathiot A. dw Hiirh st n of Granby 
Mathiot J. B. d w East st n of Hillen 
Mathiot mrs Elizabeth, e side Hi^h st n of Stiles 
Mathison John, collar maker, Harrison st near Gay, dw Caro- 
line betw Pitt and Hampstead 
Mathtes Geo. shoemaker, Penn avenue s of Hoffman st 
Matias Stein, labourer, w side Apple alley n of Lancaster st 
Matlack R. T. firm Betts & Matlack, dw Saratoga st e of Sharp 
Matthews mrs Priscilla, Howard st s of Richmond 
Matthews Thomas J. millwriixht. Centre st e of Courtland 
Matthews Thos. J. carpenter, Hargrove alley near Centre st. dw 

cor Hargrove alley and Centre st 
Matthews John, Madison st near Biddle 
Mattbews Joseph D. dw Eutaw house 
Matthews Thomas, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Matthews Sand, cor Pitt and East sts and Maiden lane 
Matthews Thos. lumber merchant, cor e Falls avenue and Fleet 

St. dw 97 n High 
Matthews Tlios. carpenter, German st. dw Cove n of Columbia 
Matthews George, carpenter, Hollins st e of Amity 
Matthews J. jr. clerk, Barre st w of Hanover 
Matthews Thomas, mariner, 26 Block st 
Matthews Ann, boarding house, 18 Spring st 
Matthews Thomas R. commission merchant, 10 Bowly's wharf 
Mattinger John, watchman, Montgomery st w of Light 
Mattocks Wm. ship carpenter, Canton e of Harris's creek 
Mattox mrs Rachel, tavern and eating house, 7 Fish market 
Mattox Thomas, shoemaker, cor Constitution and French sts 
Maughlin Wm. carpenter, Aisquith sis of Douglass 
Maul John, shoemaker, Monument st e of Sterling 
Maulsby Wm. P. attorney at law. Court house lane 
Maulsby D. L. grocer, e side High st s of Gay, dw Pitt 8t 



MAU 262 McA 

Maund mrs M. Lexington st e of Cove 

Maureau Louisa, 145 n Paca st 

Maurer A. carpet weaver, w side Harrison st 

Maurer Henry, carpet weaver, Low si near Forest 

Maurer Henry, conleclioner, 100 n Howard st 

Mausliselly John F. painter, Lancaster st w of A^n 

Maxwell John W. marble cutter, Lexington st w of North 

Maxwell D. 261 n Howard st 

MaiKwell James, stone cuiter, cor Saratoga and Eutaw sts. dw 

Bid die near Ross 
Maxwell Susanna, Yorkav n of Madison st 
Maxwell Alex, shoe findings store, Ensor st e of town clock 
May Edwd. carpenter, Jasper st. dw 129 n Paca 
May Philip, blacksmith, cor Paca and German sts. dw Paca n of 

Baltimore 
May Jas. A. fancy Windsor chair maker, 77 w Fayette st 
May Wm. blind maker, 7 Jackson's court, beiw Saratoga and 

Lexington sts e of Rock 
Maybury W. R. bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Maybury Thomas, lime dealer, and measurer of buildings, s e cor 

Greene and Lexington sis 
Maydwell John, bailiff, dw 68 Harrison st 
Maydwell John, tobacconist, Bond st n of Pitt 
Maydwell Wm. br-icklayer, Pat st e of High 
Mayer Christian, German Consul, Exchange, dw Saratoga st 

betw Pearl and Pine 
Mayer Charles F. attorney at law, cor Courtland st and Dark 

lane, dw cor Charles and Franklin sts 
Mayer H. C. attorney at law, cor Courtland st and Dark lane, 

dw. Franklin 
Mayer Frederick, tailor, Madison st w of Sterling 
Mayer Philip, tailor, e side Front st n of Pitt 
Mayfield miss Mary Ann, millinery and fancy store, Lexingtoa 

st betw Howard and Eutaw 
Mayger Martin, blacksmith, Pratt st w of Penn 
Mayger & Washington, engineers, machinists and iron founders, 

Front st n of Lombard — see advertisement page .SO 
Maysrer Richard, dw Pratt st vv of Gough 

Mayhew Wm. E. jr. firm Fisher, Miller & Co. dw 26 St Paul st 
Maynard Wm. carpenter, Charles st near Hill, dw Hill st w of 

Charles 
Mayns Ellen, liquor shop, Hillen st w of High 
Mayo John, tavern keeper, 18 Harrison st 
McAlear Francis, tavern keeper, Lexington st w of Howard 
McAleese Archibald, grocer, cor Mulberry st and Lerew's alley 
McAleese Phoebe, seamstress, Granby st e of Exeter 
McAleese Richard, w side Argyle alley s of Bank st 
McAllesler Wm. tailor, 24 Centre market space 
McAllister Francis, paper hanger, Canton 
McAllister Richard, clerk steamboat Constitution, dw cor Liberty 

and German sts 



McA 263 . McC 

McAllister John, chair ornamenter, e side Potter st n of Gay 

McAllister John, weaver, Preston st near Ross 

McAllister D. shoemaker, w side Exeter st n of Gay 

McAllister Richard, millwright, Har/brd av near rope walk 

McAllister Geo. drayman, \v side Exeter st n of Hillen 

McAllister Sarah, s side Hillen st w of Cast 

McAllister Robt. Alex, at Custom house, dw Wilk st w of Bond 

McAllister w side Eutaw st near Madison 

McAllister mrs Sarah, dairy, w side Hiirh st n of Lombard 
McAllister mrs Mary, Gay st near Canal 
McAllister VVm. trrocer. East st s of Douojlass 
McAlpine A. blackinor manufacturer, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
AIcAmon mrs Jane, Franklin st extended 
McAnelly John, huckster, Biddle st near Ross 
McAnelley Peter, weaver, Pierce st w of Cove 
McArdel Rose, ijrocer, e side Front st n of Pitt 
McArdle James, tavern, cor Market and Fleet sts 
McAvoy Francis, variety store, Baltimore st \v of Amity 
McBarney Cleeland, i^ardener, s side Phil road near city line 
McBlair Michael, lottery commissioner, Law buildings, dw Sar- 
atoga st 1 door e of Courtland 
McBride Anthony, flour mt. dw Pine st s of Pierce 
McBride John, carter, 44 Wilk st 

McBrieiy Wm. firm Cole & McBriety, dw 4 Mulberry st 
McCabe John, Orani^e alley near Holliday st 
McCabe Peter, labourer, Liberty alley s of Falls st 
McCabe Patrick, weaver, row n of Mulberry st e of Schroeder 
McCabe Wm. H. saddler, trunk and harness maker, 1734 Bait. 
McCabe Geo. W. E. grocer, Harrison st near Baltimore 
McCabe Henry H. importer of hardware, 18 Baltimore st. dw 

Jackson's st e of Aisquith 
McCaddin Daniel, shoemaker, w side Front st s of Hillen 
McCaddin John, shoemaker, Friendship st s of Thomsen 
McCafferly mrs Elizabeth, dry goods store, corner Hanover and 

Barre sts 
McCafferty Jane, tavern, cor L alley and Frederick st 
McCafferty Cornelius, cooper, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
McCafferty miss Mary, dry goods store, Pine st n of Pierce 
McCafferty Elizabeth, tailoress, w side Exeter st s of Low 
McCaffery Thos. cor Canal and Wilk sts 
McCaffray James, 100 Dugan's wharf 
McCaffrey Patrick, labourer. Clay st e of Park 
McCaffrey mrs Mary, Charles st s ol" Conway 
McCaffrey George, Clay st vv of'Liherly 
McCaffrey Patrick, weaver. Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 
McCahey Jas. painter and glazier, w side Potter st s of Gay 
McCahill Michael, Henry st n of Hughes 
McCain Nachey, seamstress, Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
McCall Robert, shoemaker, Paca st w of Warner 
McCall John, Monument st vv of Spring 
McCall Patrick, carter, Monument st w of Caroline 



McC 264 McC 

McCall Owen, drayman, n side Addison st w of High 

McCane Wm. labourer, Tyson alley near Tyson st 

McCann Michael, Holliday st n of Bath 

McCann nirs Rose, grocer, cor Norlli and Balhsts 

McCann Thomas, Howard st near Centre 

McCann Chas. grocer, cor Mulberry and Eutaw sts 

McCann M. D. English and classical seminary. Mulberry 8t 3 

doors e ofEutaw 
McCann Wm. iron moulder, n side Gay st e of Forest 

McCann • w Fails avenue n of Pratt st 

McCann Thomas, tavern, 98 Dugan's wharf 

McCai.n Wm. coach and harness maker, w side Frederick st n 

of Second, dw e side Frederick s of Baltimore 
McCardel Joim, plough maker, about moving from Front st 

near Bath 
McCarn Wm. machinist, Mulberry st w of Park 
McCarraher M. iirocer, e side Potter st n of Hillen 
McCarrier mrs Mary, Monument st e of Sterling 
McCarc Terrance, grocer, w side Spring st s of Pratt 
McCarthy Mary A. Chesnut alley vv of Pearl st 
McCarty mrs Mary, w side Canal st n of Lombard 
McCarty Charles,'shop keeper, Swan st at the bridge 
McCaskey Wm. huckster, 96 Dugan's wharf, up stairs 
McCaughan Daniel, plumber, McElderry's wharl", dw Baltimore 

st cor Strawberry alley 
McCauley Joseph, upholsterer, Raborg st e of Cove 
McCauley John, shoemaker, Aisquith st s of Thomsen 
McCauley Wm. labourer, McHenry alley e of Poppleton st 
McCauley John, shoemaker, Canal st n of Jefferson 
McCauley Joseph, ship carpenter, X alley s of Lee st 
McCauley Daniel, cooper, vv side Howard st sof Carpenter's al 
McCauley Wm. boot maker, cor Lombard st and Franklin lane 
McCauley Jacob, tailor, s of Lee st w of Sharp 
McCauly' Temperance M. seamstress, 46 n Exeter st 
McCauTy Richard, labourer, Armistead lane w of William st 
MeCeney mrs Caroline, dry goods store, 83 Baltimore st 
McClain J. A. grocer, n e cor Lexington and Sharp sts 
McClanahan mrs Elizabeth, Holliday st n of Orange alley 
McClanahan Robert, s side Hillen st w of High 

McClannahan grocer, s w cor Douglass and East sts 

McClatchey John, sawyer, Perry st e of Howard 
McClatchie Margaret, milliner, w side Caroline st s of Baltimore 
McClatchy James, weaver, row n of Fiercest w of Poppleton 
McClatchy John, labourer. Perry st belw Sharp and Howard 
McClean David, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
McCleary Robert, labourer, cor Hart's and Slemmer alley 
McCleary James, shoemaker, Montgomery st e of Light 
McCleistcr John, drayman, w side Bond st n of Pratt 
McClellan Samuel, navy agent, cor Charles and Baltimore sts. 

dw cor Lombard and Cove sts 
McClellan mrs Maria, 28 w Fayette st 



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McClellan Thos. machinist, Holland st e of Canal 

McClellan Andrew, shoemaker, L Paca si n of Burgundy alley 

McClellan Benjamin, ship smith, w side Howard st s of Perry 

McClennan Geo. Pearl st n of Chestnut alley 

McClernan J, grocer, cor Ross and Biddle sts 

McClevy Edward, labourer. Canton, e of Harris's creek 

McClintock Matthew, grocer, cor Orleans and Caroline sts 

McCloskey Wm. carpenter, L Sharp st near Bait, dw 43 Sharp 

McCloskey Michael, tavern keeper, Lexington st w of Howard 

McCloskey Patrick, Liberty st s of Lexington 

McCloy Jane, 7 e Pratt st 

McClure Richard, carpenter. Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

McClure John, boot and shoemaker, Holland st w of Canal 

McClure John & Co. grocers, 119 Baltimore st 

McClure mrs Mary Ann, 119 Baltimore st 

McClyment Wm. coal agent, 12 Salisbury st 

McCobb Wm. w side Potter st s of French 

McColester Wm. grocer, n e cor East st and Half mooD alley 

McColgan John & Chas, dealers in foreign and domestic liquors, 

Saratoga st near Gay 
McColgan J. dw Front st betw Pitt and Baltimore 
McColgan Charles, of firm, dw Pitt st betw Front and Hiorh 
McColgan B. ^'Second st Hotel," 38 Second st e of Frederick 
McColligan James, paver, w side Front st n of Hillen 
McColm Edward, painter, n side German st e ofEutaw 
McColm Wm. Swan Tavern, cor Franklin and Eutaw sts 
McColm James C. grocer, corner, Gough st and Strawberry al 
McColm mrs Margaret, York st w of Light 
McColm Matthew, chairmaker, 45 South st 
McComas Ann, Balderston st w of Light 
McComas Wm. dw Baltimore st betw Pine and Cove 
McComas Wm. R. dry goods mt. 52 Hanover st 
McComas mrs Ellen, dress maker, Bait, st betw Pine and Cove 
McComas Albert, tailor. Canal st s of L McElderry 
McComas A. S. carpenter, Jasper st. dw Paca s of Mulberry 
McComas Aquilla, bricklayer, Lombard st e of Amity 
McComas Lee, machinist, Columbia st w of Emory 
McComas Charles, stove finisher, s w cor Light and Balderston 
McConkey W. jr. firm Sangston & Co. dw 14 w Saratoga st 
McConkey Wm. house carpenter. Stiles st e of High 
McConkey Mary, cor Exeter and Granby sts 
McConn Richard, produce merchant, 113 n Howard st 
McConnell miss Sarah, principal of female school, 26 Fayette st 

betw Park and Howard 
McConnell Thomas, dry goods merchant, 29 Baltimore st 
McConnell John, labourer, Lerew's alley n of Madison st 
McCord James, carter, Wilk st e of Wolfe 
McCormick Jas. proprietor Law Buildings Restaurateur, base- 
ment of Law Buildings, St Paul st 
McCormick Samuel, labourer, Wolfe st s of Thames 

W 



McC 266 McC 

McCormick Wm. T. firm Ke^s & McCormick, dw Mulberry 

St w of Park 
McCormick Wm. L. 224 n Howard st 
McCormick Margaret, 99 Bond st 
McCormick Henry, tavern, 1 1 Franklin st w of State 
McCormick Samuel, cor Pierce and Cove sts 
McCormick Jas. firm Byrne &c McCormick, Pearl n of Lexing'n 
McCormick mrs Alice, Harll^rd avenue n of Madison st 
McCormick John, watchman, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
McCormick Jas. O. apothecary. Gay st 2 doors from Exeter 
McCormick mrs A. Sterlini^ st near Monument 
McCormick Alexander, -gardener, e Monument st extended w 

of roj)e walk 
McCoul Geo. C. cabinet maker, Saratoga st w of Howard 
McCoul Wm. weaver, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
McCoul Robert, n side Douglass st e of Forest 
McCoully M. grocer. Forest st n of Gay 
McCourt John, grocer, cor Happy alley and Gough st 
McCourt A. & R. Morthland, grocers, cor Gay and Front sts 
McCourt James, carpet weaver, Granby st e of Exeter 
McCourt James, grocer, cor Bond and Lancaster sts 
McCoy M. S. grocer, s e cor Saratoga and Greene sts 
McCoy Daniel, Golden Horse Tavern, cor Howard & Franklin 
McCoy Mrs. Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
McCoy Stephen, house carpenter, Eden st s of Pitt 
McCoy John, veterinary surgeon, s side Addison st w of High 
McCracken James, tailor, Orleans st e of Lewis 
McCracken Alex, carpenter. Low st near Aisquith 
McCracken Wm. e side High st s of French 
McCracken James, carter, s Sharp st extended 
McCracken J. & VV. cabinet makers, 97 w Pratt st 
McCray Charles, hacknian, Fayette st betw Howard and Park 
McCreery mrs Ellen, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
McCright David, cabinet maker, cor Hanover and L Hughes sis 
McCrisial Edward, cor Wolfe and Fell sts 
McCroda James, teacher Public School No. 3, dw Richmond st 

1 door w of Cathedral 
McCrodan John, carpenter, St Paul st s of Centre 
McCubbm Thos. C. firm Duvall & McUubbin, dw 156 n Gay st 
McCubbin Henry, merchant tailor, 75i n Howard st. dw Clay 
McCubbin Nicholas, tailor, 7 Bait. st. dw Eden n ofMulIikin 
McCubbin Joshua, tailor. Monument st w of Eden 
McCubbin Richard, inspector of customs, Pratt st w of Spring 
McCubbin Charles T. carpenter, Madison st e of Aisquith 
McCubbin Aaron, tailor, Maaison st e of Chatsvvorth 
McCue Dennis, Pierce st w of Aisquith 
McCue John, grocer, cor French and Bath sts 
McCulley Wm. boiler maker, Armistead lane w of William st 
McCullison David, mariner. Fleet st e of Caroline 
McCulloch mrs Elizabeth, grocer, cor Eden and Holland sts 
McCulloch Wm. labourer, n side Hillen st w of High 



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McCulIoch Dr H. G. cor Pratt and Eden sts 

McCulloch D. H. engineer, Pratt St cor Eden 

McCulloh J. Fayette st e of Liberty 

McCullough Levina, seamstress, Bath stw of North 

McCurdy John, 63 Harrison st 

McCuriey James, coachmaker. Liberty st s of Fayette, dw 19 

New Church st 
McCuriey John, grocer, Baltimore st. dw Wansback st s of Bait. 
McCuriey Wm. grocer, Baltimore st opp Wanoback st 
McCuriey [saac, grocer, Baltimore st betw Pine and Pearl 
MeCusker Patrick, grocer, cor Caroline and Fleet sts 
McCusker Daniel, labourer, cor Fleet st and Castle al 
McCutchans George, wood seller, Hill st w of Hanover 
McDaniel Wm. huckster, lO'i Dugan's wharf 
McDermon Michael, labourer, Lerew's al s of Richmond 
McDermot mrs Jane, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
McDermot J. cooper, cor Philpot 8c Thames sts. dw 6 Fhilpot st 
McDermot J. teacher, 195 e Pratt st 
McDevitt Patrick, barber, 52 n Howard st 
McDevitt J. fancy store, 20 e Pratt st. d w Gough st s of Granby 
McDonald mrs James, 18 Saratoga st w of Liberty 
McDonald D. H. justice of peace, 3 Holliday st. dw St Mary st 

s of Ross J 
McDonald mrs Sarah, Howard st n of Richmond 
McDonald John, shoemaker, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
McDonald James, carter, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
McDonald mrs Jane, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
McDonald John, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
McDonald John, morocco dresser, French st s of Centre 

McDonald , meal seller, York av n of Madison st 

McDonald Charles, lunch, e side Paca st near Lexington 
McDonald R. firm Davis & McCormick, Sterling st near Mon't. 
McDonald Martin, carpenter, Columbia st e of Scott 
McDonald Laurence, labourer, cor Paca st and Carpenter's al 
McDonald Henry S. grocer, cor Wilk and Bond sts 
McDonald Wm. & Co. com. mts. 87 Bowly's wharf 
McDonald Wm. firm ditto, dw Pratt st w of Albemarle 
McDonald Samuel, firm ditto, do do 

McDonald Patrick, Concord st betw Pratt and Lombard sts 
McDonald Daniel, clothier, se cor Frederick and Second sts 
McDonald A. A. baker, 5 Second st e of South 
McDonald James, smith and farrier, Lombard st w of Bridge 
McDonald P. brewer, n w cor Lombard an(jl Concord sts 
McDonnald, John, mt. tailor, 12 South st 
McDonnall, Mrs. tailoress. Canton 
McDonnell Michael, e side Bond st n of Gough 
McDonell David, tavern, cor Thames and Bond sts 
McDonnell P. wood corder, dw North st opp B. & Susq. Depot 
McDonnell Richard, grocer, cor Fleet st and Strawberry alley, 

dw Fleet st w of Bond 
McDonaell James M. labourer, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 



McD 268 ' McF 

McDonnell Arthur, carter, Livery al s side near Front st 
McDonouorh Elizabeth, Chestnut al w of Pearl st 
McDonough Bernard, liquor mt. Jackson's vvhf. dw 26 Block st 
McDonough Miles, Canal st n of Jefferson 
McDonough J. labourer, s of Wilk st and e of Exeter 
McDougal James, Lombard st w of Lloyd 
McDougal Jas. grocer, Pratt st. dw e side Charles st s of Pratt 
McDowell Dr. Fayette st w of Charles 
McDowell & Gable, carpet warehouse, 208 Baltimore st 
McDowell R. firm ditto, dw Pleasant st w'of North 
McDowell E. prop, general Intelligence office, 5 n Gay st 
McDowell Peregrine, blacksmith, 255 n Howard st 
McDowell Thomas, shoemaker, n side Gay st e of Front 
McDowell Georg-e H. boarding house, 14 s Calvert st 
McElderry Hugh, lumber and coal mt. 17 Light st wharf, dw 

Calvert st s of Pleasant 
McElderry James, carpenter, George si w of Penn av 
McElderry Henry, coal mt. s end W Falls av. office Lombard 

• st No. 10, dw Aisquith st n of Holland st 
McElderry Wm. bacon seller, Columbia st w of Cove 
McEldowney & Co. dry goods, 26 C Market space 
McEldovvney Robert, firm ditto, dw Courtland st s of Franklin 
McElroy Patrick, tavern, Lexington st e of Elm (or Market al) 
LIcElroy Samuel, weaver, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
McElroy mrs Sarah, Howard st s of Richmond 
McElroy Mrs. e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
McElroy James, saddler. East st e side n of Pitt 
McElroy Matthew, pedlar, s e cor East and French sts 
McElroy Robert, labourer w side High st s of French 
McElroy Catharine, grocer, cor Salisbury and Canal sts 
McElroy John, proprietor Depot house, Charles st betw Pratt 

and Camden sts 
McElwee Robt- wallman at Penitentiary, Canal st s of Jefferson 
McElwee Jane, w side Spring st s of Pratt 
McElwee Robert, do do do 

McEvoy , e side High st s of Low 

McEwin mrs Agnes, Rock st s of Saratoga 
McFaddon mrs John, St Paul st s of Pleasant 
McFaddon Patrick, morocco dresser. Union st near Ross st 
McFaddon John H. carpenter, rear Constitution st s of Monu*t 
McFaddon John, n side Addison st w of High 
McFarlan M. grocer, w side Front st n of Hillen 
McFarlan James, huckster, W Falls avenue n of Pratt st 
McFarlane John, drayman, cor L Green st and Burgundy m1 
McFarrel Michael, wig maker and hair cutter, dressing rooms 5 

Light st 
McFaul John, watchman, Howard st n of Richmond murket, 

cor Tyson alley 
McFaul Eneas, liquor mt. Penn av n of Franklin st. dw e side 

Paca st n of Mulberry 
McFee John, Biddle st near Ross 



McG 269 McG 

McGahg- Mary, grocer, 21 Lombard st w of Market space 

McGarr John, hhII stone n:iaker. President st n of Fawn 

McGarrity Jabez, cooper, cor L Hughes and Charles sts 

McGprrity mrs Catharine, Davis st s of Bath 

McGarrity John, moulder, Aisquith st s of Madison 

McGarry James, labourer, Davis st s of Bath 

McGauran mrs J. C. e side Green st n of Lexington 

McGaw David, grocer, Franklin st vv ofChatsworth 

McGee George A. tailor, Mulberry st 1 door e of Lerevv's alley 

McGee Bernard, dry goods store, 7 Union st 

McGew John, carpenter, cor Bond and Lombard sts 

McGibbon James, labourer, 23 Alice Anna st 

McGibbon James, carpenter, Lombard st w of Canal 

McGibbons Mrs. Orleans st e of Forest 

McGill Thomas, tavern keeper, 13 Market space 

McGinlia James, e side Lisrht st s of Cross 

McGinn James, tailor, St Paul st n of Centre 

McGinn Michael, carter, Wilk st e of Bond 

McGinnis miss Catharine, dress maker, Saratoga st w of Park 

McGinnis John, tailor, Comet st vv of Aisquith 

McGinnis Richard, grocer, cor Ross st and Biddie alley 

McGinnis Susanna, boarding house, Wolfe st near Fell 

McGinnis Francis, clerk, dw cor Canal and Baltimore sts. over 

Dispensary 
McGinnis Susan, 53 Centre Market space 
McGinnis mrs Sarah, Courtland st s of Saratoga 
McGinnity Felix, Holliday st s of Centre 
McGinnity Bernard, carpenter, Holliday st n of Bath 
McGlade Charles, labourer, w side Front st s of Bath 
McGlannon Thomas, dyer and scourer, 52 n Howard st 
McGlennan Patrick, weaver, Cove st n of ^Saratoga 
McGloan George, carter, Park st n of Madison 
McGloan mrs Mary, Armisiead lane, e of William st 
McGovern Edw. conductor cars, Ross st e of Paca 
McGowari James, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
M^Govvan James, labourer. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
McGowan Andrew, grocer, Aisquith st cor Comet, dvv 69 Pitt 

st w of Aisquith 
McGowan Henry, grocer, Eutaw st opp New Market engine h. 
McGowan John, grocer, w side Paca st s of Lexington 
McGowan lieuten't. John, of revenue service, e side Ann st s of 

Lancaster 
McGrath Edward, grocer, 62 s Frederick st 
McGrath Susan, boarding house, Lombard st e of the Market 
McGrau John, grocer, cor Eutaw and Madison sts 
McGraw J. brickmaker, Scott st. dw Cove st n of Lexington 

McGraw , grocer, se cor Eutaw and Madison sts 

McGraw Thomas, brickmaker, Conway st w of L Green 
McGreevy John A. clerk in Commercial and Farmers' Bank, dw 

Saratoga st e of Green 
McGuflfin James, labourer, Preston st near Ross 
W* 



McG 270 McK 



McGuigin Thomas, n side Hillen st w of High 
McGuigin Tiiomas, pedlar, s side Addison st w of High 

McGuire , 47 s liiberty st 

McGuire Thomas, baker, Camden st e of Howard 

McGurk Peter, weaver, Raborg st e of Schroeder 

McGurk Catharine, Orange al e of Holliday st 

McGurk J. Howard, Franklin st e of St Paul 

McHenry Edward, stonemason, Maiden lane e of East st 

McHenry James, painter, Liberty st. dw 136 n Paca st 

Mcllheny John, labourer, Cross st w of William 

McIIheny John, grocer, 20 n Liberty st 

Mcllray Mary, row n of Mulberry st e of Schroeder 

Mclirey Samuel, weaver, Union st near Ross 

McUrey James, weaver, Pierce st e of Cove 

Mcllvain Wm. tailor, dw Pine st n of Fayette 

Mcllvain D com. mt. 38 s Charles st 

Mcllvaine Wm. mt. tailor, s w cor Baltimore and Green sts. dw 

Pine st near Fayette 
Mcllvaine mrs Sarah, fancy store, Lee st e of Charles 
Mclntire Dr James, principal of school, 118 n Howard st 
Mclntire Jane, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Mcintosh Alexander, watchman. Forest st n of Madison 
Mcintosh Alexander, carter, Bank st w of Argyle al 
Mcintosh DuncRn, hatter. East st n of Pitt 
McJilton Rev. Daniel, Rock st s of Saratoga 
McJilton J. N. Lombard st w of Exeter 
McJillon W^m. shoemaker, s side e Baltimore st e of Eden 
McJilton D. A. teacher, Eutaw st opp New Market engine he 
McJilton J. G. grocer, cor Pratt and Eutaw sts 
"McKanna Patrick, carpenter, Richmond st e of Tyson 
McKanna Patrick & Co. grocers, Pratt st w of Paca 
McKanna Arthur, carter, Davis st n of Bath 
McKanna mrs Ann, Madison st w of Beuren 
McKanna Owen, fruit dealer, w side Front st n of Hillen 
McKanna Francis, grocer, s e cor Exeter and French st& 
McKenna Wm. grocer, cor Charles and York sts 
McKay Joanna, teacher, George st e of Pine 
McKeanJohn, dw 15 McClellan st 
McKean John A. Lombard st w of Amity 
McKechnie John, milkman, cor Bank and Canal sts 
McKee Patrick, shoemaker. Monument st e of Aisquith 
McKee John, tailor, Harfi^rd av near rope walk , 

McKee mrs Ann, w side Front st n of Gay 
McKee David, furniture store, e side Eutaw st s of Franklin 
McKee Andrew, constable. Potter st s of French 
McKee mrs Acrnes, Rock st s of Saratoga 
McKee Bernard, Hollins st e of Schroeder 
McKeever George, labourer, Saratoga st e of Poppketon 
McKeever Isaac, Howard st n of Madison 
McKeever John, Penn av near Biddle st 
McKeldon Wm. woollen manufacturer. Cove st s of Pierce 



McK 271 McL 

McKendrean Female Sabbath School, Lombard st e of Paca 
McKenria Mary, corset maker, French st nearley opp East 
McKenna Francis, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
McKenna Philip, liquor store, corner Camden and Light sts. dw 

cor Charles and Camden 
McKenna Bernard, tavern, Fleet st w end 
McKensey James, joiner, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
McKenzie Dr. dw 12 n Gay st 

McKenzie James, barber, n side Hillen st e of Exeter 
McKenzie Thomas, 76 n Charles st 
McKenzie Evan, shoemaker, Ross st w of Eutaw 
McKeovvn Henry M. constable, 15 Mercer dw Front n of Hillen 
McKerlie Sarah, teacher, cor Alice Anna and Ann sts 
McKerlie Isabella, Fleet st w of Market 

McKew Mary, lailoress, e side York avenue n of Morvument st 
McKevv Edward, pedlar, York avenue s of Madison st 
McKew P. urocer, w side High st n of Pitt 
McKewen VVm. labourer, Saratoga st vv of Schroeder 
McKewen A. stove dealer, 38 Light st 2 doors from Balderston, 

dw Barre 
McKewen mrs Mary, boarding house, 119 n Charles st 
McKewen John, labourer, Franklin st extended 
McKewen Archibald, e side High st s of Low 
McKewen Thomas, fancy store, Bath st vv of North 
McKira Robert, dw Lexington st betw St Paul and Charles 
McKim John, jr. & Sons, copper mts. cor Pratt and Frederick sts 
McKim John S. of firm, cor Monument st and Lerew's alley 
McKim David T. of firm, dw Holliday st near Orange alley 
McKim mrs Catharine, Courtland st n of Mulberry 
McKim Ann, Aisquith st n of Douglass 
McKim mrs Isaac, s side e Baltimore st w of Lloyd 
McKim mrs \Vm. D. s side e Baltimore st w of Lloyd 
McKim Ann, boarding house, 60 Centre market space 
McKim Wm. & H. copper manufaturers, 42 s Gay st 
McKim Wm. of firm, dw Charles st near St Paul's church 
McKim Haslett, dw n side Franklin st 2d door vv of St Paul 
McKinley Wm. firm Holliday & Kinley, d w Eden st s of Orleans 
McKinley Thomas, broom maker, over 72 Bovvly's wharf, dw 

Jackson st 
McKinley miss Mary, boarding house. Mulberry st w of Cove 
McKinley mrs M. A: seamstress, Wairon alley e of Eutaw st 
McKinley Francis T. cabinet maker, Constitution st n of French 
McKinley John, shoemaker, L Greene st s of Elbow lane 
McKinley Wm. brickmaker, Giddings's row e of Lights of West 
McKittnck Philip, vv side High st n of Stiles 
McKnight James, l>lack§mith, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
McKnight Susanna, seamstress. Forest st n of Madison 
McLachlan James, boot and shoemaker, dw 70 w Lexington 8t 
McLamar John L. S. variety store, 16 Maryland Arcade 
McLane Dr. G. R. Calvert st n of Lexington 
McLarney Patrick, labourer. Canal st s of Gough 



McL 272 . McM 

McLaughlin Robert, teacher, dw 106 Baltimore st 

McLaut^hlin Peter, labourer, Bank st w of Canal 

McLaus^hlin Robert, carpenter, Holliday st n of Saratoga, dw 

Hamilton *?^doore of St Paul 
McLaughlin Thomas, s side Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
McLaughlin mrs Ann, New st w of Eutaw 

McLaughlin labourer, Ross st vv of Jasper 

McLaughlin Wm. carpenter, Cove st n of Lexington 
McLaughlin Irvin, huckster, Pearl st s of Mulberry 
McLaughlin Joseph, shoemaker, Mullikin st e of Eden 
McLaughlin mrs Ann, seamsireSvS, Monument st w of Forest 
McLaughlin Wm. wood dealer, n side French st opp Potter 
McLaughlin Geo, shoemaker, Hillen st e of Exeter 
McLaughlin T. D. police officer, cor Paca st and Carpenter's al 
McLean mrs Jane, dress maker, Lexington st e of Liberty 
McLean Wm. &, Geo. grocers and com mts. n side Lombard st 

betw Light and Charles 
McLean Arthur, house and sign painter, 1 Harrison st. dw 

Pitt e of Eden 
McLean Rev. C. G. dw Franklin st w of Pearl 
McLean Anthony, painter, Pitt st e of Eden 
McLean Elias, tavern, 59 Pratt st. sign of the block 
McLean Wm. shoemaker. Maiden lane e of East st 
McLean Jacob, blacksmith, Armistead lane w of William st 
McLean & Go. lottery brokers, 31 Centre market space 
McLean John, of firm, dw Fawn st e of Exeter 
McLeary Jas. watchman, cor Star alley and Wilk st 
McLeavy Henry, jr. silver plater, Bank lane near Calvert st. 

dw York st 
McLennan capt Wm. w side Caroline st n of Gough 
McLellan Rufus Chas. carpenter, rear 49 n Gay st 
McLeod David, shoemaker. Sharp st s of Welcome alley 
McMackin Thos. Lerew's alley n of Franklin st. rear 
McMackin Alex, shoemaker, L Hampstead st e of Strawb'y al 
McMackon Bernard, ladies' shoemaker, Camden st e of Paca 
McMahon J. E. L. attorney at law, cor Lexington & Gourtland 
McMahon Wm. fruit dealer, Lexington st betw Paca and Eutaw 
McMahon Wm. machinist, Hollins st e of Poppleton 
McMahon James, carpenter, 77 Harrison st 
McMahon Mrs. milliner, 77 Harrison st 
McMahon Francis, 131 n Paca st 
McMahon Francis, grocer, Harford avs of Madison st 
McManus John, flour and commission merchant, 2 Spear's whf. 

dw Holliday st s of Pleasant 
McManus James, e side East st n of Pitt 
McManus mrs Chas. baker, East st 2 doors n of Pitt 
McManus John, oyster house, Wine st 
McManus Dr. Felix R. Pratt st 3 doors w of Sharp 
McMechin mrs Judge, Calvert st s of Pleasant 
McMillan & Davis, capenters, Conway st e of Eutaw 
McMillan Geo, G. of firm, dw 135 Paca st e of Warner 



McM 273 McT 



McMillan Wm. weaver, Pierce st e of Cove 
McMillan John, machinist, L Greenest s of Conway 
McMillan John, shoemaker, 102 Dugan's wharf 
McMillin Huoph, lahourer, L Greetie st n of Paca 
McMillin Jabez, shoemaker, e side High st s ol" Hillen 
McMinn Georire, cooper, L Greene st n of Conway 
McMorris Martha, fjrocer shop; n side Lombard st w of Concord 
McMullan John, confectioner, 222i Baltimore st 
McMullen Mary, huckster, rear ol'8 n Frederick st 
McMullen Margaret, seamstress, Frederick st s of Lombard 
McMurray Samuel, tavern keeper, inter. Howard and Bolton sts 
McMurray Catharine, seamstress. Forest st s of Orleans 
McNabb James, house carpenter, Orleans st w of Caroline 
McNally mrs James, grocer, cor St Paul and Centre sts 
McNally Michael, Monument st e of Charles 
McNamar Mrs. tailoress, cor St Paul and Hamilton'sts 
McNamee Catharine, grocer, s w cor Ensorand Forest sts 
McNeal Andrew L, carpenter, e side High st s of Low, dw Pitt 

st e of Bond 
McNeal John W. shoemaker, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 
McNeal James, Frederick st dock, dw Wilk st w of Canal 
McNeal Wni; house and ship painter. Bank st w of Wolfe 
McNeal E. dry goods dealer, 74 Lombard st 
McNeal John, watchman, e side Happy alley s of Fleet st 
McNeal & Brinkley, sailmakers, over 92 Dugan's wharf 
McNeal Lloyd, of firm, dw Albemarle st s of Plowman 
McNeir Rachel, dress maker, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

McNeir halter, cor Salisbury and Exeter sts 

McNelly John W. hardware store, Baltimore st e of Greene 

McNelly Patrick, tavern, 62 s Frederick st 

McNevin mrs Mary, Hill st e of Sharp 

McNevin John, teacher, cor Mulberry st and College alley 

McNial John G. fisher, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

McNicols Isaac, nightman, William st n of Cross 

McNulty Martha, boarding house, Bank lane near Aisquith st 

McNulty P. keeper "People's House," Light st s of Lombard 

McPhail mrs Mary, 8 New Church st 

McPhail James L. hatter, Paca st e of Cove 

McPhail Wm. coach trimmer, Hamilton st e of St Paul 

McPherson John, house carpenter, Saratoga st s of Calvert, dw 

Potter st n of Gay 
McPherson Jonas, lottery office, dw inter. George and Biddle sts 
McPherson John, Mount Chiir Garden, near Ohio Rail Road 
McPherson Wm. D. tallow chandler, Wilk st e of President 
McPherson James, granite stone yard, President st s of Pratt 
McPherson Esther, 21 s Howard st 
McPhersor ■■ guager, Penn avenue near Preston st 

McSoarley mrs Eleanor, Fleet st w of Market 
McSweeny Paul, grocer, cor Eutaw and Dover sts 
McTeague B. liquor shop, n side Water st e of Light 



McT 274 MEE 

McTavish John, British Consul, 25 Second smear Gay, dw cor 

Lombard and Front sis 
McVey Samuel, wheelvvriffht, Harford av near ropewalk 
McWhinney John, clerk, Franklin st w of Park 
McWilliams Miss, fancy dress maker, n side Fayette st betw 

Howard and Park 
McWilliams Robt, grocer, cor Hughes's Quay and Light st. dw 

Lee w of Charles 
McWilliams Robert, grocer, Wilk st vv of Bond 
McWilliams Daniel, s side Hawk st 
McWilliams John, coroner, cor Bank and Ann sts 
Mead Edward, tavern keeper, cor Front and Low sts 
Mead Nicholas, cabinet maker, Jefferson st e of Canal 
Mead mrs Benj. grocer. Low st near Aisquilh 
Mead mrs Elizabeth A. Spring st n of Baltimore 
Meades Elizabeth, sup. Humane Impartial Society, establishment 

w side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Meads Edward, tavern, w side Low st e of Front 
Meads Philip, blacksmith, William st s of Hamburg 
Meads Wm. gardener, w of Loney's lane s of e Monura't st ext. 
Meads Henry, shipwright, 73 Fleet st 
Meads Wm. gardener, Philadelphia road near city limits 
Mealk John, labourer. Bank st w of Canal 
Mearis Jacob, manager of floor cloth manufactory, dw Albemarle 

st s of Plowman 
Mears Wm. mariner, cor Block and Caroline sts 
Mears John B. grocer, cor High and Pratt sts 
Mecanger Mrs. milliner, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Mechanical Engine House, 29 s Calvert st 
Mechanics' Bank, s e cor Calvert and Fayette sts 
Medairy John, bank note and general engraver, over l36 Balti- 
more St. dw liee w of Hanover — see advertisement p 36 
Medairy Jacob, Hanover st n of Sugar alley 
Med calf Edward P. baker, 46 w Saratoga st cor Lerew's alley 
Medcalf A. P. butcher, Hampstead hill, e Baltimore st extended 
Medcalf Elijah, cabinet maker. Sterling st n of MadisoH 
Medcalf Wm. M. clerk City Court, office Court house 
Medcalf Abram, butcher, Laudenslager's hill e Baltimore st 
Meddinger Christopher, Forest st n of Hillea 
Medical College, of University ofMd. cor Lombard and Greene 
Medical College, of Washington University of Baltimore, corner 

Market and Hampstead sts — see Appendix 
Medinger John Jacob,'tavern, n w cor Gay and Monument sts 
Medinger John, labourer, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Medstif John, fisher, L Hughes st w of Light 
Med tart J. & J. L. proi)riet()rs of Saratoga st Brewery 
Medtart Jesse Lewis, dw Lexington st beiw Pine and Cove 
Medtart mrs Joshua, do do do 

Meeds Edwin M. w side Eutaw st 4 doors n of Franklin 
Meek-ns Mrs. Lerew*s alley s of Madison st 
Meekins Basil, hatter, Pitt st w of Bond 



MEE 275 MER 

Meekins Isaac C. seaman, Eden st n of Silver 

Meeks Wm. morocco dresser, Ross si near Paca 

Meeks John W. machinist, McHenry alley e of Poppleton st 

Meeks Wm. bricklayer, Burirundy alley \v of L Greene st 

Meeteer mrs Josephine, JeHerson st e of Canal 

Meeteer H. paper man. n side Lombard st w of Charles, T- G. 

Hill, agent, d\v St Paul st n of Pleasant — see adv. p35 
Mege Jane, variety store, 10 Maryland Arcade 
Megenhardt F. grocer, cor Pearl st and Chesnut alley 
Mehin Wm. tailor, Saratoija st e of Poppleton 
Meier Cave, shoemaker, Columbia ste of Scott 
Meier Wm. shoemaker, \v side Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Meiers Henry, Washington House, President st n of Fawn 
Meisel Wm. tinner, Camden st e olSliarp 
Meiser Henry, carpenter, w side Strawberry alley s of Pratt st 
Meisnar John, blacksmith, Madison st e of Ensor, dw Sterling s 

of Madison 
Meisner John, blacksmith, Sterling St n of Madison 
Meistermonn Chas. A. baker, Ross st 1 door fiom Eutaw 
Meixsel J. grocer and flour dealer, n e cor Greene and Louisiana 

(or Lexington) sis — see advertisement page 15 
Melcher Charles, blacksmith, e side Ann st s of Wilk 
Melchoir Charles, gardener, Frederick road \v of toll gate 
Melchor Daniel, cutler, n vv cor Mercer and Grant sis 
Mellor mrs Maria, cor Pine and Franklin sts 
Mellor mrs Ann, slocking weaver, 21 e Water st 
Melson Elizabeth, dress maker, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Menk A. tavern keeper, cor Cove and Saratoga sis 
Mentzel Henry, baker, Beulbrt lane near Calvert st 
Mentzel Smith, tailor, s side Low st e of High 
Mentzer Jacob, car driver, s of McHenry al w of Poppleton st 
Menzies & Howe, dealers in boots, shoes, hats and bonnets, over 

232 Baltimore st 
Menzies James, dw Lombard st w of Penn 

Meo w side Front st s of Hillen 

Mercer Perry G. merchant, 220Balr. si dw Pearl n of Lexington 

Mercer Chas. clerk in Post office, Pratt st w of Gough 

Mercer J. W. N. carpenter, L Greene st s of Conway 

Mercer Geo. watchman, Ann st n of Gough 

Merceret mrs A. cor George and Pine sts 

Merchant Isaac, constable at Esq Cox's office, dw Franklin st e 

of Chatsworlh 
Merchant Joseph, tailor, n side Gay st e of High 
Merchants' Bank, s w cor Gay and Second sts 
Merclean Geo. huckster, Camden st e of Hanover 
Mercy mrs Mary, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Meredith John F. house and sign painter. Concord st n of Pratt 
Meredith Mrs. Franklin st w of Jasper 
Meredith J. P. watchmaker, w side Paca st s of Lexington 
Meredith & Co. dry goods mis. 246 Baltimore st 
Meredith Thos. of firm, dw Eutaw House 



MER 276 MET 

Meredith Jonathan, attorney at law, Calvert st n of Lexington 

Meredith John, attorney at law, Calvert st n of Lexington 

Mercotten John, blacksmith, Wilk st opp High 

Merideth B. R. tailor, cor Charles stand Uhler's alley 

Meridith nnrs Ann, Camden st e ofSharp 

Merker A. & Fenne. smiths in general, cor Saratoga and Jasper 

Merker A. dw Pearl st betw Fa\'ette and Baltimore sts 

Merklin Sarah, Saratoga st w of Chatsworlh 

Merriam J. W. hosiery, gloves and yarn store, 147 Baltimore st. 

dw Eutaw near Fayette 
Merrick John R. leather store, cor Pratt and High sts 
Merriken James, sexton St Paul's church, 8 Lex'n st e of Park 
Merriken Joseph S. last maker, 5 Lombard st w of Souths dw 

Lombard w of Albemarle 
Merriken VVm. tinner, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Merrill Moses, Eden st n of Miillikiii 
Merrill James H. gunsmith, 59 South st near Pratt, dw Pratt w 

of Canal 
Merrill, Hotchkiss & Co. com mts. 14 German st 
Merrill C. H. of firm, dw Greene st n of Fayette 
Merrill Jer. stables, Columbia si w of Paca, dw Paca s of Pratt 
Merriman mrs Ann Maria, Fort avenue s of Powderhouse 
Merritt Wm. K. Greene st 3 doors s of German 
Merriit Catharine, Saratoga st 2 doors w of Chatsworth 
Merritt James P. tailor and srrocer, cor Davis and Pleasant sts 
Merrit John, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Merritt &. Audoun, house carpenters, Wilk st w of Canal 
Merritt Caleb, of firm, dw Wilk st w of Canal 
Merritt John, tavern, s w cor Light and York sts 
Merryman George, dentist, n Gay si s of Orange alley 
Merrvman Samuel, constable, Josephine st e of Pine 
Merryman Charles, carpenter, w side Front st s of Low 
Merryman Samuel, dry goods merchant. Centre market space, 

dw 6 side Ensor st n of Monument 
Merryman Oliver P. cabinet maker, German st w of Penn 
Merryman mrs Dorcas, w side Gay st n of Monument 
Merten J. M. shoemaker, e side Light st n of Montgomery 
Meseke Auguste, boot and shoem.aker, Baltimore w of Schroeder 
Mesner George, baker, cor Somerset and Madison sts 
Messersmith John K. baker, Penn avenue near Preston st 
Messersmiih E. shoemaker, Penn avenue near Preston st 
Messing George T. Pine st s of Lexington 
Metchell John W. shoemaker, Constitution st s of Monument 
Meteer Albert, coach smith, e side Frederick st n of Lombard 
Mettee Martin, blacksmith, President st. dw Gay near Fayette 
Mettee Martin W. smith in general, Harrison st near Gay, dw 

East between Pitt and Baltimore 
Mettee Henrj/, cooper. President st n of Stiles [Gay 

Mettee Martin, Blacksmith, Balderston st e of Charles, dw 20 »? 
Mettee Albert, coachmith, Frederick st. dw Exeter n of Pitt 



MET 277 MIL 



Mettee Philip, smith, s e cor Lombard and Grant sts. dvv Lom- 
bard e of Charles 
Mettee Wm. H. smith, Uhler's alley, dvv Charles st n of Uhler's al 
Mettee L. C. smith, Balderston st 
Hettinger George, butcher, Ross st near Biddle 
Hettinger Gotleib, butcher, Pitt st e of Eden 
Hetz John, cabinet maker, Madison st e of Howard 
Metz A. H. music teacher, e side Gay st s of East 
Metz Abram, stone mason, Wilk st e of Bond 
Metz mrs Hary, Aisqulth st s of Chew 
Metzgar Mrs. Lexington st 1 door w of Park 
Meushaw mrs Rachel, Howard st n of York 
Meushaw mrs Charlotte, washer, w side Light st s of West 
Meyer Ferdinand, variety store, 57 Baltimore st 
Meyer G. carpenter, e side Liberty st s of German 
Meyer Godfrey & Son, [)rass founders, 12 Pratt st near Concord 
Meyer George, of firm, dw 12 Pratt st near Concord 
Meyer B. firm Charles Fischer & Co. dw 11 Lexington st 
Meyer E. H. grocer, cor Hanover and L Hughes sts 
Meyer Henry, tailor, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Heyer Jacob, butcher, Bond st s of Fleet 
Meyer Godfrey & Co. general agents of Dr. Thomson, 14 Pratt st 

e of Market space, factory cor President and Fawn sts 
Meyer Frantfis, of firm, dw Eden st n of Jefferson 
Meyer Frederick, labourer, Wolfe st s of Thames 
Meyer J. H. W. liquor, s e cor Light st and Hughes's Quay 
Meyers Frederick G. segar maker. President st n of Wilk 
Meyers Frederick, tinner, e side Light st s of Hughes's Quay 
Mezick Charlotte, Thames st w of Bond 
Mice Peter, labourer, e side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Mice Wm. labourer, e side Apple alley n of Lancaster st 
Micer John, carpenter, w side Bond st n of Gough 

Michael Baltimore Arcade, Lexino-ton market 

Michael Francis, carter, Jefierson st e of Spring 

Michael mrs Mary, 28 n Liberty st 

Michael Jacob, tailor. President st s of Pratt 

Michael John A. frame maker, Amity st n of Lexington 

Michael Henry, blacksmith, 117 s Howard st 

Michaels Michael, carpenter, Cove sts of Franklin 

Mickle E. & Co. brokers, 182 Baltimore st 

Middendorf Henry, tavern, 2 Light st wharf 

Middleton Mrs. s w cor Centre and Charles sis 

Middle ton Richard &. Son, dry goods merchants, 103 Baltimore st 

Middleton R. dw Courtland st n of Pleasant 

Middleton Wm. carpenter. Silver st e of Eden 

Middleton & Dorsey, tobacconists, 78 Pratt st 

Middleton Henry, grocer, cor Wilk and Wolfe sis 

Middleton J. W. tin and sheet iron worker, corner Calvert and 

Water sts. dw Granby e of Gough 
Mieser John, house carpenter, Alice Anna st vv of Market 
Milbourn Wm. shoemaker, Pearl st n of Fayette 
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MIL 278 MIL 

Milbourn Elijah, keeper of Calvert st spring, dw Gravel alley 

near Saratoga st 
Milbirn John, dw Holland st near Eden 
Miles Aorustus W. boot maker, Raborg st e of Pine 
Miles Wm. dw Pascault's row Lexington st 
Miles George, 32 New Church st 
Miles Robert, labourer, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Miles Uriah, lottery and exchange office, 217 Baltimore st 
Miles mrs Ellen, cor Pitt and Bond sts 
Miles George M. Charles st n of Hill 
Miles Mary, Wilk st w of High 

Miles John S. boat builder, Patterson st. dw Bond n of Pratt 
Milhau L. keeper of Colonade Baths, cor Saratoga and Davis st: 
MilhoUand James, ijiachinist, s w cor Howard and Madison sts 
Millar Alexander, book keeper, Franklin st 2 doors w of Pearl 
Millburn Joseph A. pilot, Gough st w of Wolfe 
Miller Dr. James Henry, Fayette st 2 doors w ol' Park 
Miller Jesse, firm Fowble & Miller, carpenters, dw Pine st betw 

Lexington and Saratoga 
Miller Dominick, boot and shoemaker, Fayette st near Howard 
Miller mrs Julia Ann, Fayette st betw Run alley and Pine st 
Miller Harman, Raborg st e of Schroeder 
Miller George, shoemaker. President st s of Fawn 
Miller W. D. firm Fisher, Miller & Co. Lexington e of Howard 
Miller Z. A. sailmakerj e side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Miller John, fancy turner, 48 n Gay st 

Miller E. & Co. dry goods retailers, s e cor Hanover and Lom- 
bard sts. dw Lombard e of Hanover 
Miller A. T. Calvert st betw Saratoga and Lexington 
Miller Miss, 30 St Paul st [Centre 

Miller John P. firm Kirby, Waters & Miller, dw Howard st near 
Aliller F. A. bricklayer, Mulberry st 2 doors w of Jasper 
Miller James, reed maker, Mulberry st e of Poppleton 
Miller Jacob C. collector, Franklin st w of Cove 
Miller James, cedar cooper. Wagon alley e of Eutawst 
Miller John D. George st e of Pine 
Miller John, dw Richmond st w of Cathedral 
Miller mrs Mary, New st e of Paca 
Miller George, shoemaker, Ross st near Eutaw 
Miller mrs Mary, Ross si opposite Paca 
Miller Andrews, carpenter, Union st near Ross 
Miller John H. cord and fringe manufacturer, 157 Baltimore st 
Miller Jacob, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Miller Robert, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Richmond st 
Miller mrs Ann, tailoress, Holliday st w of Canal 
Miller Henry, shoemaker, Silver st e of Canal 
Miller Elizabeth, Front st 3 doors s of Low 
Miller George, teller Marine Bank, dw Pitt st e of Exeter 
Miller John, plaisterer, 11 Maiden lane 

Miller Wm. ?iyde inspector, Harford avenue n of Monument st 
Miller David, carpenter, Canal st n of Jefferson 



MIL 279 MIL 



Miller Jeremiah, bricklayer^ Eden st s of Jefferson 

Miller Alfred J. Exeler st s of Granby 

Miller Catharine, s side French st e of Bath 

Miller Henry, colourer, s end Concord st 

Miller James M. piano maker, 22 Light st 

Miller J. P. miller, Ii> Spear's wharf, dw wside Front sts of Pitt 

Miller Dr. H. s side Lombard st 5 doors e of Charles 

Miller Richard, blacksmith, York avenue s of Madison st 

Miller Rev. John, Fayette st opposite M. E. church 

Miller Thomas, painter, State st n of Franklin 

Miller Mrs. boardincr house, Fayette st betw Charles & Liberty 

Miller John, tailor^ York avenue n of Madison st 

Miller Jacob, paver, Jasper si n of Franklin 

Miller Eliza, tailoress, s side Gay st e of the brido;e 

Miller Edward, bricklayer, n side Gay st e of Mott 

Miller Matthew, shoemaker, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Miller scavenger, Sterling st n of Madison 

Miller Susan, tailoress, e side Exeter st s of Low 

Miller Mary Ann, mantua maker, w side Hiwh st n of Pitt 

Miller Ann, seamstress, w side High st n of Pitt 

Miller Lewis, straw cutter, Frederick road w of the run 

Miller John, butcher. Cove near Columbia, dw Pratt w of Eutaw 

Miller W. & H. T3roprietors 3 Tons Tavern, cor Pratt and Paca 

Miller James, briekmaker. Burgundy alley e of Warner st 

Miller Wm. grocer, cor Eutaw and Perry sts 

Miller Robert, briekmaker, Eutaw st n of Lee 

Miller mrs Elizabeth, Eutaw st n of Lee 

Miller Js^ckson, briekmaker, Eutaw st n of Lee 

Miller Henry, segarbox maker, Eutaw st s of Montgomery 

Miller George, blacksmith, Hamburg st e of Light 

Miller Caspar, labourer. Cross st e of Johnson 

Miller Christian, briekmaker, West st w of Light 

Miller Philip, baker, Alley w of William st s of West 

Miller Frantz, shoemaker, Thames st w of Bond 

Miller John, tailor, 9 Thames st 

Miller John, dyer, 13 Thames st 

Miller Charles, constable, Thames st w of Ann 

Miller Jacob F. rigger, w side Argyle alley s of Fleet st 

Miller George, labourer, 27 Shakspeare st 

Miller Jacob, rigger, Lancaster st w of Market 

Miller Richard, shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 

Miller Henry G. rigger, cor Alice Anna st and Strawberry alley 

Miller Wm.'firm Wells & Miller, Fawn st e of High 

Miller Enoch, carpenter. President st. dw Bank w of Bond 

Miller James, drayman, Pratt st e of President 

Miller Joseph, shoemaker, Granby st e of Gough [Lloyd 

Miller Geo. F. clerk in navy agent's office, dw Lombard st wof 

Miller Margaret, fancy store, Market st n of Lancaster 

Miller Henry, blacksmith. Canton near Alice Anna st 

Miller Henry, Canton e of Harris's creek 

MiJless Leartes, printer, Monument st w of Ensor 



MIL 280 MIS 

Milholland & Kennard, block and pump makers, 19 Thames st 

Milholland John, dw Gough st betvv Spring and Caroline 

Milholland Arthur, grocer, 62 s Frederick st 

Milholland Michael, labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 

Milleman George, Saratoga st w ofChatsworth 

Milleman Mrs. boarding house, 66 Hanover st 

MillhoUand Robt. D., U. S. weigher, Gough st w of Caroline 

Milligan Henry, turner, Salisbury sie of Lloyd 

MiHikin Jas. whip and cane man. 107^ Baltimore st 

Milliner John P. book keeper, Eutaw st s of Pratt 

Milling Dr. Wm. H. w side Bond st s of Baltimore 

Millington John N. printer, Pitt st wofAisquith st 

Milliron Samuel F. constable at Esq Goorsuch's office, dw w side 

Potter st n of Gay 
Mills Wm. shoemaker. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Mills M. Baltimore st w of Amity 
Mills Robert, grocery and feed merchant, Baltimore st. dw s e 

cor Pearl and Rahorg 
Mills misses Margaret & Mary, fancy store, Balt» st near Pearl 
Mills Samuel, custom house watchman, Caroline st s of JefTersori 
Mills Ellen, s w cor York avenue and Madison st 
Mills John, gardener, w side Eutaw st 2d door n of Franklin 
Mills Ezekiel,- tailor, w side Exeter st n of Low 
Mills Eliza Ann, nurse, e side High st n of Pitt 
Mills Zach. stove finisher, Schroederst s of Hollins 
Mills Richard, hatter, 54 Gough st 
Mills Frederick, mariner, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Mills Wm. P. lumber mt. w Falls avenue s of Pratt st 
Mills John L. carpenter. Concord st. dw s side Lovely lane 
Mills Susanna, boarding house, over 7 s Calvert st 
Milly mrs Olevia, w side Canal st s of Orleans 
Milroy John, cow dealer, Sharp st s of York 
Milsock John, labourer, e side Beuren st n of Falls 
Miltenberger Dr. G. W. cor Sharp and Saratoga sts. dw Con- 
way w of L Paca 
Miltenberger Anthony, notary public and justice of peace, Mer- 
cer St. dw Conway w of L Paca 
Miltz Wm. overseer Beltzhoover's place, n of Frederick road 
Mince mrs Elizabeth, High st s of Trinity 
Mincher John, cooper, Lexington st w of Park 
Minifie Wm. architect and builder, Fayette st w of Holliday 
Minks Conrad, labourer, Kappy alley n of Lancaster st 
Minnick John, shoemaker, Granby st e-of Gough 
Minson Isaac, grain measurer, Johnson st e of Cross 
Minten Eliza, Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
Mintz Geo. painter, Lewis st n of Holland 
Minze John, bird cage maker, cor Front and Plowman sts 
Miriam J. W. e side Eutaw st 1 doors of Fayette 
Miskelly Hugh, watchman, Holliday st s of Pleasant 
Miskelly Mary, Bank st e of Market 
Missbach Alois, tailor, Lancaster st w of Bond 



MIS 281 , MOA 

Mister capt Abraham, grocer, cor Light st wharf and Camden 

St. dw 140 Hanover 
Mitchell James, tavern keeper, 5 Market space 
Mitchell Thos. victualler, Saratoora st 3 doors w of Pine 
Mitchell Sarahj tailoress, w side Light st s of Hughes 
Mitchell Wm, brass founder. North st s of Saratoga 
Mitchell Wm. H. shoemaker, St Paul st s of Centre 
Mitchell James, shoemaker, e side Frederick st n of Lombard 
Mitchell John, s side Lombard st e of Frederick 
Mitchell Wm. K. merchant tailor, McClellan st near Baltimore 
Mitchell John, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Mitchell Christian, 19 e Water st 
Mitchell Alexander, currier, Silver st e of Eden 
Mitchell John, meal seller, Monument st w of Eden 
Mitchell Rev. John S. Monument st w of Sterling 
Mitchell John, high constable, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Mitchell Arthur, cooper, cor French and Centre sts 
Mitchell Geo. W. shoemaker, e side Constitution st s of Monum't 
Mitchell Joseph, hackman, e side Constitution st s of Monument 
Mitchell John, watchman, e side Constitution st s of Falls 
Mitchell Alexander, e side From st s of Pitt 
Mitchell James, hackman, York avenue n of Madison st 

Mitchell • cor Marion and Eutaw sts 

Mitchell mrs Joseph T. e side Greene st near Mulberry 
Mitchell Eliza, seamstress, rear w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Mitchell Geo. W. tinner, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Mitchell Mary, seamstress, Humes st near Exeter 
Mitchell Isaac, miller, Frederick road w of toll gate 
Mitchell John, huckster, w of Cove st near Spring gardens 
Mitchell Perry, machinist, McHenry alley e of Poppleton st 
Mitchell mrs Nancy, Armisiead lane e oi Light st 
Mitchell Washington, baker, n of Hughes st e of William 
Mitchell mrs Ellen, Charles st n of Hamburg 
Mitchell capt Benjamin G. 8 Sliakspeare st 
Mitchell Robert, carpenter, cor Bank st and Happy alley 
Mitchell John, shipwright, Granby st w of Canal 
Mitchell Richard, shipwright, 62 Graiiby st w of Canal 
Mitchell Wm harness maker, n side Baltimore st w ol Temple 
Mitchell Edward, commission merchant, 5 Dugan's wharf, dw 

Caroline st s of Pratt 
Mitchell Elizabeth, w side Spring st s of Pratt 
Mitchell Alex, grocer. Front st betw Plowman and Lombard 
Mitchell Robert, tavern keeper, 73 McElderry's wharf 
Mitchell James, e side Frederick st n of Lombard 
Mitchell S. 2d hand dealer, s side Lombard si w of Charles 
Mittan J. P. carpenter, Madison st w of Eutaw 
Mittan W. A. grocer, cor Madison and Garden sts 
Mittnacht Geo. H. fancy and worsted store, 58 w Lexington st 
Moale col Samuel,iattoriiey and soliciter in chancery, cor Fayette 
and St Paul sts. dw Mulberry betw Charles and Park 

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MOA 282 MOO 

Moale Randall H. attorney and soliciter in chancery, s side Fay- 
ette St w of St Paul, dw Franklin w of Cathedral 
Moale Richard H. 101 Bowly's whf. dw Pleasant vv of Courtland 
Moale rars John C. Monunient square, Calvert st 
Moale mrs Wni. A. Charles st cor Madison, Mount Vernon place 
Mobley mrs S. millinery, s side Gay st e of Front 
Mobley Wm. Henry, carpenter, s side Gay st e of Front 
Modrick Henry, tailor, cor Spring and Lombard sts 
Moellincrer J. & Co. hardware mts. cor Gay and Front sts 
Mofiett Thomas, Union st near Penn avenue 
MofFett Hannah, s w cor Ensor and Forest sts 
Moffett Wm. H. harness maker, e side Front st n of Pitt 
Moffett R. livery stables, n e cor Liberty and Lombard sts. dw 

foot Liberty 
Moffitt Anthony T. tailor, 784 Harrison st 
Mojffitt capt Thomas, of steamboat Gov. Woleott, dw corner of 

Granbyst and Slemmer alley 
Moffitt John F. dry goods merchant, 41 Baltimore st 
Moffitt miss Ann, dress maker, e side Libertv st s of Lombard 
Moffitt Wm. blacksmith, Charles st n of York 
Mogg George, tavern keeper, cor Baltimore and Cove sts 
Mohler Barbara, n side French st 2 doors w of Beuren 
Mohler E. & Co. dealers in coal, iron, nails, grocers and com. 
mts. s end McElderry's wharf 

Molseed Lexington st e of Greene 

Monaghan John, firm Gallagher & Monaghan, dw Clay st e of 

Hov/a rd 
Money John, grocer, cor Sterling and Monument sts 
Monion Hannah, 69 Albemarle st 
Monk Wm. cooper, Happy alleys of Gough st 
Monk Adam, turner, 103 Bond st 
Monkur Dr. J. C. S. Fell's Point Institute, e side Ann st s of 

Fleet, dw opposite 
Monmonier Thos. C. carpenter, cor Wilk st and Apple alley 
Monmonier Francis, carpenter, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Monmonier Dr. John T. cor Baltimore and Caroline sts 
Monmonier Charles, carpenter, e side Ann st s of Fleet 
Monroe J. 18 n Liberty st 

Monsarrat Nicholas, apothecary, 142 Baltimore st 
Monsarrat Oscar, driiirgist. Market st s of Alice Anna 
Montague Wm. carpenter, Pearl st s of Mulberry 
Montandon mrs Mary, milliner, Saratoga st w of Park 
Monteith J. & R. jewellers, 144 Baltimore st. dw Penn avenue 
Montell mrs Eliza, Pratt st e of Exeter 

Montell & Wirgman, ship chandlers and grocers, 91 Smith's wf. 
Montell F. T. com mt. 79 Smith's wharf, dw Pratt e of Exeter 
Montgomery John, shoemaker, 64 n Frederick st 
Montgomery Andrew, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Montgomery W^m. grocer, cor Canal and L McElderry sts 
Montrop Louis, Market st s of Bank 
Moody Isaacj shoemaker, Aisquith st n of Holland 



MOO 283 MOO 



Moody blacksmith, n side Gay st e of Exeler 

Moody Robert, carpenter, wside Potter st s ofFrench 

Moody Christiana, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 

Moody John B. tobacconist, 50 e Pratt st 

Moon Edward, butcher, Penn avenue near Dolphin st 

Moon Wm. North st House, cor Bath and North sts 

Mooney John, Baltimore st e of Amity 

Mooney John, watchman, cor Monument and Sterling sta 

Mooney Francis, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 

Mooney James, shoemaker, Ensor st n of Madison 

Mooney Patrick, carter, n w cor Potter and Douglass sts 

Mooney H. J. mt tailor, 93 w Pratt st. dvv Pratt w of Sharp 

Moore John R. firm Jacob Albert & Co. Fayette st e of Eutaw 

Moore miss E. S. Lexington st e of Sharp 

Moore James, painter, dw s e cor Lexington and Liberty sts 

Moore Anthony, fruit dealer, Plolliday st s of Pleasant 

Moore Robert, grocery and liquor store, 61 Centre market space 

Prloore John, bookseller, 74 Bait. st. dvv Holliday opp Theatre 

Moore Wm. ship agent and forwarding mt. 51 Smith's wharf 

Moore Samuel, dw St Paul st n of Saratoga 

Moore H. W. house, fancy and sign painter, L Sharp n of Bait. 

Moore Wm. corn mt. cor Pratt st and Smith's wharf 

Moore H. house and sign painter, Liberty st n of Lexington 

Moore Henry, mt tailor, 11 n Howard st. dw 219 ditto 

Moore David, bricklayer and plaisterer, Cambridge st Canton 

Moore John, painter, Pleasant st 3 doors e of Courtland - 

Moore George, Mulberry st w of Pine 

Moore James, iron founder, dw Franklin st w of Pearl 

Moore John, house carpenter. Orchard st near Ross 

Moore Catharine, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Moore Philip L. clerk Insolvent Court, dw High st near Bait. 

Moore Thos. carpenter, 16 Mulberry court, e of Rock st 

Moore David, carpenter, cor. Pine and Vine sts 

Moore S. L. dry goods merchant, 111 Baltimore st 

Moore mrs Martha, seamstress, Mullikin st e of Eden 

Moore mrs Penelope, tailoress, Jefferson st w of Canal 

Moore Dr. Wm. B. apothecary, cor Pitt and High sts 

Moore Henry, clerk, Aisquith st n of Low 

Moore John, shoemaker, Eden st s of Pitt 

Moore Wm. w side Eutaw st s of Madison 

Moore mrs George, 38 n Eutaw st 

Moore James A. cabinet maker, e side Forest st s of Orleans 

Moore Catharine, w side East st n of Douglass 

Moore Jane, w side High st n of Baltimore 

Moore John H. machinist, Hollins st w of Schroeder 

Moore James, iron fouuiler, Pratt st e of Penn 

Moore mrs Priscilla, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Moore Robert, cordwainer, 19 Thames st 

Moore John, mariner, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

Moore Mary, Fleet st e of Caroline 

Moore Thos. labourer, Bank st w of Canal 



MOO 284 MOR 

Moore Nathaniel, boat builder, Gough st e of Eden 

Moore Ann, Philpot st w of Thannes 

Moore Horatio, wool carder, Lombard st w of Canal 

Moore John, butcher, Laudensiager's hill e Baltimore st 

Moore capt Wm. grocer/38 Market st 

Moore Geo. mariner, Caroline st s of Pratt 

Moore lieut Gay, of revenue service, 39 Albemarle st 

Moores Chas. shoemaker, Chestnut alley w of Pine st 

Mopps Adam, Thompsonian practitioner, cor Lcx'n and Cove 

Mopps Wm. shoemaker, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Mopps mrs Emeline, dry goods, 35 Howard st cor Marion 

Moran G. plasterer, cor Market al (or Elm si) and Saratoga st 

Moran James, labourer, Lombard st w of Canal n side 

Moran Michael, carpenter, n side Hillen st w of High 

Moran Richard G. blacksmith, Eden st 2d door n of Gough 

Morehead mrs Mary, Cove st n of Saratoga 

Morell John, jeweller, Md Arcade, dw Pitt st e of Exeter 

Morgan mrs Elizabeth, Mulberry st w of Park 

Morgan James, blacksmith, Henry st n of Hughes 

Morgan mrs Eliza, dw 69 Baltimore st 

Morgan Wm. firm B. Deford & Co. dw Pitt st e of Exeter 

Morgan Thomas J. rigger, w side Ann st n of Lancaster 

Morgan Edward, Aisquith st s of Jackson 

Morgan capt Evan, w side Caroline st n of Gough 

Morgan Henry, shoemaker, Eden st n of Monument / 

Morgan mrs M. Hillen st w of High 

Morgan Joseph, book binder, s side Hillen st w of High 

Morgan mrs Julia Ann, Jasper st near Lexington 

Morgan Mary, Penn av near Hoffman st 

Morgan Wm. T. shoemaker, Montgomery st e of Charles 

Morgan Sally, shoebinder, w side Howard st s of Carpenter's al 

Morgar Thom.as, n side O alley 

Morhart Jacob, turner, Dover st e of Eutaw 

Morhiser John Nicholas, coach and harness maker. Second St. 

dw w side Exeter st s of French 
Moriarty miss Ann, cord and button manufactory, Lexington st 

w of Charles 
Morling G. W. tailor. Pearl st n of Lexington 
Mormon John B. labourer, Fleet st e of Bond 

Morn , fisherman, 14 Harrison st 

Morrice mrs M. A. cor Pine and Franklin sts 

Morrin J. dw e side High st s of Pitt 

Morris Rev. J. G. pastor of Lutheran church, dw 28 w Fayette 

6t adjoining the church 
Morris Wm. & Geo. Thistle factory warehouse, 18 German st 
Morris Wm. firm ditto, dw cor Saratoga and St Paul's st 
Morris George, firm ditio, dw94 Lombard st 
Morris mrs Rachel, cor Calvert and Mulberry sts 
Morris John B. pres't. Mechanics' Bank, dw Mulberry st 1 door 
Morris M. shoemaker, Monument st e of Eden [w of Charles 
Morris Jesse, Douglass st w of Aisquith 



MOR 285 MOR 

Morris Mary Ann, seamstress, n side Ensor st w of Monument 

Morris Thomas C. & Sons, carpenters, cor York & William sts 

Morris Thos. C. firm ditto, d\v Market betw Fleet and Wilk sts 

Morris Georore. firm ditto, dw Ann st betw Wilk and Bank sts 

Morris Georore, nail cutter, 119 s Howard st 

Morris James A. grocer, cor Alice Anna and Ann st 

Morris Biddy, cor Fawn and Hio^h sts 

Morris Maria, n side Lombard si vv of Front 

Morris T. C. & Son, ship joiners, cor Wolfe and Lancaster sts. 

Morris T. C. firm ditto, Market st. n of Fleet 

Morris Geo. W. ship joiner, w side Ann st n of Wilk 

Morris Dr Henry, cor Market and Wilk sts 

Morris William, grocer, 41 Bond st 

Morrison Elizabeth, seamstress, Chesnut al w of Pine st 

Morrison N. H. teacher, cor Beufort lane and Courtland st 

Morrison Horace, teacher, Courtland st s of Franklin 

Morrison & Clap, hatters, 132 Baltimore st 

Morrison H. J. firm ditto, dw 54 n Hi^h st 

Morrison Joseph, carter. Pitt st w of Canal 

Morrison John, boiler maker, s side Elillen w of East 

Morrison Ellen, grocery and liquor store, French st opp Bath 

Morrison Wm. carpenter, York av n of Madison st 

Morrison Cornelius, baker, s side Addison st 1 door from High 

Morrison Anthony, fisher. Fort av opp Powder house 

Morrison Jesse, shipwricrht, 13 Philpot st 

Morrison Edward, book keeper, 17 Spring st Fountain row 

Morrow Wm. E. & S. W. block and pump makers, 96 Dugan's 

Morrow S. W. firm ditto, Pitt st e of Strawberry al [wharf 

Morrow W. E. firm ditto, do do do 

Morrow Robert, carpenter, 208 n Howard st 

Morrow John, shoemaker, cor Pratt st and Washington road 

Morrow John, weaver, Mulberry st w of Cove 

Morrow John, carpenter, Lee st. dw cor Hanover and Lee 

Morrow George, weaver, Mulberry st w of Poppleton 

Morrow Wm. pedlar, Preston st near Ross 

Morrow John, weaver, Preston st near Ross 

Morrow AVm. weaver, Preston st near Penn av 

Morrow Cornier, weav^er, Preston st near Penn av 

Morrow George, stonemason. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Morrow James, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Morrow Joseph, labourer, Amity st n of Lexington 

Morrow Wm. painter and glazier, Baltimore st e ofWansbeck 

Morrow Andrew, sailor. Monument st e of Eden 

Morse R. C. chronometer & watchmaker, cor Baltimore st and 

McClellan's alley 
Morse Loren. ladies' shoemaker, 129 s Sharp st 
Morse Susan, nurse, Fountain st e of Washinrrton 
Morsel Wm. labourer, St Peter's st w of Scott" 
Morsell John, shoemaker, Hawst w of Emory 
Morten Simon, grocer, w side Howard st 3 doors n of Conway 
Morter Thomas, w side Gay st n of Madison 



MOR 286 MOX 



Mortimer & Mowbray, brush, comb and fancy variety store, 180 

and 116 Baltimore st 
Mortimer John W. firm ditto, d\v Mulberry st w ofCollefire al 
Mortimer John, of Custom House, Holland st e ot Aisquith 
Mortimer James, cabinet maker, w side Bond st n of Gough 
Mortimer John, shoemaker, w side Front st s of Hillen 
Mortimer Henry, Hill st w of Charles 
Morton Dixon, ^rocer, se cor Lexinirton and Pine sts 
Morion John, blacksmith, 100 Dugan's wharf 
Morton Geo. C. vice consul of France, 36 s Gay st. dvv Monu- 
ment st e of Park — se'e advertisement page 31 
Morton mrs John A. jr. dw n e cor Lexington & Chatsworth sts 
Morton Dickson, grocer, cor Lexington and Greene sts. dw cor 

Pine and Vine st 
Morton W. B. firm Morton &, Carter, Paca st near Camden 
Morton Justus, potter, Piit-st e of Strawberry alley 
Morton Frederick, bricklayer, Canal st n of Short alley 
Morton John B. exchange office, Baltimore st. dw Paca st w of 

L Paca 
Morton John, carpenter, e side Bond st s of Baltimore 
Moser Maria, bakery, Wilk st w of Ann 
Mosher col James, dw Fayette st s side w of St Paul 
Mosher Joseph, clerk, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Mosher Joseph, clerk, Mulberry st betw Pine and Pearl sts 
Moss mrs Bridget, Madison st w of Canal 
Moss Lewis, gardener, w Pratt st extended e of the run 
Most Henry, confectioner. Monument st e of Sterling 
Mothour Geo. dry goods store, e side Paca st s of Franklin 
Mott James, clerk, Union Bank, dw 100 Park st n of Mulberry 
Mott A. G. & N. M. agricultural implements makers, s e corner 

Ensor and Forest sts. boarding with Rachel Mott No, 34 

Exeter st 
Mott Rachel G. dw 34 Exeter st 
Mott Daniel, cooper, Lee st w of Light 
Mouat capt James, Ann st n of Fleet 
Moulton & Thompson, mt. tailors, 14 Lombard st 
Moulton James F, firm ditto, dw 180 Paca st 
Mount Vernon place, where stands Washington's Monument, 

intersection oi" Charles and Monument sts — John Hitzel- 

berger superintendent 
Mowbray John, tailor, 11 Harrison st 
Mowbray Alexander, shoemaker, Holland st e of Canal 
Mowbray Geo. W. firm Mortimer & Mowbray, dw Front st e 

side n of Pitt 
Mowell Peter, iron founder, Montgomery st e of Light 
Mowry Paul, Mulberry st 1 door w of Pine 
Mowton James, sec'y. of Gas Light Company of Baltimore, dw 

Hamilton st betw Cathedral and Charles sts 
Moxley Wm. tinner and sheet iron worker, w side Hanover st 2d 

door n of the market, dw 137 n Eutaw st 
Moxley L. feed and grocery store, w side Penn av n of Pearl st 



MOX 287 MUL 



Moxley Walter, tobacconist, cor Market and Lancaster sts 

Moxley Mrs. dw 137 n Eutaw st 

Mozincro Alfred S, boot maker, 31 Harrison st 

Muckeiroy John, butcher, Loudenslager's hill, e Baltimore st 

Mudoje Wm. carpenter, e side Grant st near Baltimore st. dw 

52 Front 
Miihlhofer John M. cabinet maker, 62 n Gay st 
Miihlhofer John M. tavern keepsr, 62 n Gay st 
Muir Henry, mariner, vv side Ar^yle al n of Lancaster st 
Muldoun Simon, carter. Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Mulear Everhart, carpenter, alley vv of William st s of West 
Mules Thomas, shoemaker, Mulberry st w of Cove 
Mules Samuel, shoemaker. Rock st n of Lexins^ton 
Mules J. painter, n side German st w of Howard, dw Vine st 
Mulhare mrs Ellen, keeper of Assembly Rooms, Fayette st cor 
Mulhare Owen, labourer, Front st n of Hillen [Holliday 

Mulhare Margaret, Pleasant st e of Holliday 
Mulhare Margaret, vv side Front st n of Hillen 
Mulhair Thomas, labourer, e side Apple al s of Fleet 
Mullein Mary S, e side High st n of Pitt 
Mullein P. F. lailor, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Mullen Peter, grocer, n e cor Lexington and Poppleton sts 
Mullen John, proprietor of Mechanic's tavern, Lexington st e of 
Mullen Peter, drayman, 38 vv Saratoga st [Green 

Mullen Rosanna, mantua maker, Saratoga st w of Liberty 
Mullen Thos. blacksmith, Holliday st n of Saratoga, dw High st 
Mullen Thos. Dep'y. Sheritf, dw Eutaw st cor New 
Mullen Thos. coach and harness maker. North st n of Baltimore 

and Susq. Railroad office 
Mullen John, tailor, 13 Mulberry st 
Mullen Patrick, grocer, cor Lancaster st and Happy al 
Mullen James, firm Hubbart & Mullen, dw Fleet st vv of Market 
Mullen Patrick, pedlar, 25 Alice Anna st 
Mullen John, labourer, Wilk st opp High 
Mullen Thomas, labourer, 58 s Albemarle st 
Mullen John H. shoemaker, Lombard st w of Market 
Mullen James, superin't. of City works, Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Mullenberg Wm. confectioner, cor Jasper and Franklin sts 
Muller Louis C. constable, Lombard st e of Spring 
Muller James, block and pump maker. Point st. dw Ann st s of 
Muller Henry, tailor, 9 Harrison st [Wilk 

Muller Philip H. rail way and saw mill lower end Philpotst 
Mullet Thomas, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Mulley J. M. shoemaker, cor Pine and Vine sts 
Mulley Henry, shoemaker, w side Howard st 4 drs s of Cider al 
Mulligan mrs Catharine, Harford av near rope walk 
Mulligan Thomas, grocer, cor Harford av and Neighbor st 
Mulligan John, plough maker, Swan st 
Mulligan James, huckster. Potter st n of Low 
Mulliken W. Fayette st I door e of St Paul 
Mullin Darbin, weaver. Pierce st vv of Chatsworth 



MUL 288 MUR 

Mullin T- coachmaker, North st. chv e side High st s ofHillen 

Mullin Thomas, deputy sheriff, e side Eutavv st cor New 

Mullin James, carter, n side French st opp Potter 

Mulhn Rachel, teacher, w side Charles st 3d door n of Perry 

Mullin Thomas, Sterlino; st e of Mott 

Mullin Philip, clothier, 37 Second st e of Frederick 

Mullynix James, grocer, 106 Dugan's wharf 

Mulse Catharine, milk seller, Sterling st n of Monument 

Mumma Susan, tailoress, n side French st near East 

Mumma Mary, poultry dealer, York av n of Madison st 

Mumma John, butcher, York av n of Madison st 

Mumma Wm. butcher, York av n of Madison st 

Muncaster E. M. dry goods mt. Baltimore st. dw Mulberry st 

1 door w of St Paul 
Munce Mrs. huckster, rear of 8 n Frederick st 
Munch Theodore, shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Munday Mrs. dw cor Howard st and Wagon al 
Munder C. F. baker, e side Liberty st 7 doors n of Lombard 
Munroe Isaac, proprietor of ^'Baltimore Patriot," over n w cor 
Baltimore and North sts. dw Lexington st betw St Paul 
and Charles sis 
Munroe Finley, rigger, 25 Fleet st 

Munroe Augustus, salesman. Mulberry st 4 doors e of Paca 
Munroe John L. tailor, w side High st n of Lombard 
Munroe Charles H. mt. over 230 Baltimore st 
Munroe Nathaniel, 95 Hanover st 
Munroe Mary, seamstress, Bank lane near Aisquith st 
Munroe James, blacksmith, Pratt st w of Penn 
Munroe John H. carpenter, Hanover st s of Barre 
Murdoch W. F. & A. & Co. dry goods importers and jobbers, 

8 s Charles st 
Murdoch Thomas, firm ditto, dw Cathedral st n of Hamilton 
Murdoch James H. firm Street &, Murdoch, dw Eutaw st opp 

New Market engine house 
Murdoch James H. dry goods nit. 8 C Market space 
Murdock miss Ann, bonnet, ribbon and fancy store, 59 w Lex- 
ington st 
Murdock Richard, balance maker, machinist and patentee of self 

rotary bonnet press, 59 w Lexington st 
Murdock mrs. C. boarding house, e side Eutaw st 3 doors s of 

Lexington 
Murdock Hannah, back of Low st s side e of Front 
Murdock Thomas, grocer, cor Alice Anna st and Happy al 
Murdock Charles, dealer in brooms & wood ware, 58 s Calvert 

St. dw51 Albemarle st 
Murdy Thomas, barber, Franklin st e of Cove 
Murphy Philip, cor Amity and Raborg sts 
Murphy James, weaver, Preston st near Ross 
Murphy John, domestic nianuf. Preston st near Penn av 
Murphy John, general book and job printer, bookseller and sta- 
tioner, 146 Baltimore st 



MTIR 289 MUR 



Murphy Thomas, teacher public school No. 2, dw Holland st vv 
Murphy Hugh, cor Monument and Caroline sts [of Eden 

Murphy Wm. Geo. shoemaker, Douglass st e of Potter 
Murphy Jesse D. Ensor st near Harford av 
Murphy John, w side Exeter st n of Hillen 
Murphy James, cabinet maker, n side Addison st w of High 
Murphy Patrick, Armistead lane w of Williams st 
Murphy Patrick, labourer, Lombard st e of High 
Murphy John, ship carpenter, Washington st n of Fleet 
Murphy John W. labourer, Happy al e side s of Bank 
Murphy John, apothecary, 69 Bond st 
Murphy Dr T. L. of port of Baltimore, dw 69 Bond st 
Murphy James, labourer, cor Camden and Charles sts 
Murphy capt Thomas S. 7 Caroline st n of Gough 
Murphy Lavenia, cor High and Stiles sts 
Murphy Edward, labourer, 71 Albemarle st 
Murphy Thomas, firm Dobbin, Murphy & Bose, of the "Ame- 
rican," dw Exchange Hotel 
Murr Jacob, tailor, Charles st s of Hill 

Murray John, confectioner, Fayette st betw Howard and Park 
Murray Wra. cabinet and furniture ware rooms, 24 Lexington 

st betw Charles and Liberty sts 
Murray Matthew, cor Baltimore st and Argyle al 
Murray mrs Margaret, n w cor Lexington and Sharp sts 
Murray Robert &. Wm. barbers, Fishmarket space 
Murray Ralph, Lexington st betw Rock and Cove 
Murray A. B. firm Robert A. Taylor & Co. dw Lexington st e 

of Pine 
Murray Frederick, shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 

Murray Henry, milkman, w end -Saratoga st 

Murray Richard C. carpenter, cor Mulberry and Cathedral sts. 
dw Saratoga st 2 doors e of Park 

Murray Patrick, hatter, dw 10 New Church st 

Murray Matthew, carver and ornamental pattern maker, n w cor 
North and Baltimore sts. dw Centre st e of Howard 

Murray Thomas, grocer, n w cor St Paul and Hamilton sts 

Murray Wm. shoemaker, 56 C Market space 

Murray John, shoe store, 64 Pratt st 

Murray Edward, firm Carman & Murray, dw 6 n Liberty st 

Murray Mary Ann, burnisher, Lombard st s side e of Concord 

Murray James, Cathedral st 1 door from Howard 

Murray Thomas, grocer, cor Hamilton and St Paul sts 

Murray John, labourer, Garden st near Richmond 

Murray Matthew, Davis st s of Saratoga st 

Murray James, Cathedral st extended 

Murray John, cor Pine and Pierce sts 

Murray George, collector. Monument st e of Ensor 

Murray Owen, paver, e side Beuren st n of Monument 

Murray Thomas, watchman, 46 n Eutaw st 

Murray Thomas, watchmaker, e side Paca st near Lextoo>ton 

Murray Francis, cor Gay and Aisquith sis 



MUR 290 MYE 

Murray James, bricklayer, Sterling si e of Mott 

Murray Elizabeth, w side East st s of Douglass 

Murray Mrs. e side Potter st n of Pitt 

Murray James, engineer, HolHns st vv of Cove 

Murray James C. grocer, cor Lee and Charles sts 

Murray James, millwright, York st e of JLight 

Murray Michael, York st vv of Charles 

Murray James, machinist, Hill st e of Hanover 

Murray Arthur, grocer, Salishury st e of Canal 

Murren Mary, vv side Exeter st s of Low 

Muschett Walter, tobacco merchant, Light st wharf, dw Muk 
berry st e of Charles 

Museum Baltimore and gallery of fine arts, n vv cor Calvert and 
Baltimore st.-^. Miss A. R. Phillips manageress 

Musgrave Wm. i'-.tiher inspector, e side Exeter st n of Wilk 

Musgrave Rev. G. W. pastor of 3d Presbyterian church, dw 
n Eutavv st adjoining the church 

Musgrave mrs Margaret, e side Exeter st n of Wilk 

Musgrave Andrew, cooper, vv side Patterson st near Pratt, dw 
Exeter st n of Wilk 

Mushaw David, grocer, cor Paca and Cove sts 

Musselman John, letter carrier, Hanover st n of York 

Musterman, Chas. A. baker, Ross st 1 door from Eutavv 

Muth Philip, baker and grocer, n vv cor Charles and Paca sts 

Myer , tanner, Monument st e of Spring 

Myer Lewis, cabinet maker, Cowpen al near Liberty st 

Myer George, labourer, Chamberlain al opp Eutaw church 

Myer Conrad, shoemaker, vv side'Faca st n of Baltimore st 

Myer Jacob, baker, cor William and Cross sts 

Myer Godfrey &. Francis, Thomsonian med. laboratory, cor Pre- 
sident and Fawn sts 

Myer Godfrey, dw Pratt st n side e of Centre market space 

Myer John, cor Hanover and Conway sts 

Myer John, cabinet maker, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 

Myer Thomas, brickmaker, 133 Hanover st 

Myer Wilhelm, labourer, w side Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 

Myer John, tailor. Fawn st w of High 

Myers Mrs Ann, preceptress, Saratofra st e of Cove 

Myers Susan, dry goods store, 107 Bond st 

Myers Henry, 18 n Frederick st 

Myers Jacob, sr. tobacconist, 21 Bond st 

Myers Mrs. cor St Paul and Centre sts 

Myers Jacob &Sons, tobacconists, 55 South st 

Myers L. tinner and coppersmith. Liberty st s of Lexington 

Myers Wm. drayman, Hovvard st s of Richmond 

Myers Wm. tavern keeper. Fell st near Wolfe 

Myers mrs Sarah, Mulberry st 2 doors v/ of Jasper 

Myers John T. shoemaker, George st e of Pine 

Myers Adam, basket maker. Union st near Ross 

Myers Samuel, weaver, Pierce st vv of Chatsworth 

Myers James, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 



MYE 291 NAV 

Myers Mary Elizabeth, seamstress, e side Exeter st s of French 
Myers Stephen, tailor, 32 Park st 
Myers James, plane maker, 34 Park st 
Myers Jacob, stone cutter. Monument st w of Forest 
Myers mrs Catharine, Harford av n of Monument st 
Myers Geori^e, Beuren st n of French 
Myers mrs Elizabeth, vv side Green st n of Saratosja 
Myers Charles, butcher, Penn av n of Greenwillow st 
Myers D. Penn av near St Mary st 
Myers Charles, drayman, Ensor st n of Madison 
Myers Mar^garet, w side Potter st n of Gay 
Myers Dl. K. police officer, Humes st near Exeter 
Myers George, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 
Myers Joseph, McHenry al e of Poppleton st 
Myers John], cabinet maker, Eutavv st opp Barre 
Myers Christian, cabinetmaker, 35 Lee st 
Myers Frederick, tinner, L Hughes st e of Charles 
Myers Frederick, cor Charles and Henrietta sis 
Myers Edward S. Charles st n of Barre 

Myers Alex'r. shippinir office, 19 Bond st. dvv Fleet e of Market 
Myers captain John, 34 Block st 
Myers Charles, hatter, Baltimore st vv of Spring 
Myers capt William, vv side Ann st n of Wilk 
Myers Jacob, jr. dw Market st s of Wilk 
Myers Edward, mariner, e side Bond st n of Goiigh 
Myles mrs Zachary, Howard st s of Frankhn 
Myles Wm. firm E. Mickle &, Co- dw Lexington st (Pascault's 
row 

J^ AAS Justis, chairmaker. Bond st vv side n of Fleet 

Nace Geo. W. millwright, Liberty al s of Falls st 

^'aff John H. agent for sale of lands, ground rents, stocks, Sec. 

dw Pleasant st e of Charles 
Nagle mrs Elizabeth, Elbow lane w of Paca st 
Nails Peter, e side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Nailor John, carpenter, dvv Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Nairn Dr. 3S n Gay st 

Nairn mrs Doctor, portrait painter, 38 n Gay st 
Nails Benj'n. F. house and sign painter, 17 Fayette st opposite 

Christ church, dw cor Monument and Constitution sts 
Naliy Richard, grocer, cor New Church and Sharp sts 
Nants John, inspector of customs, vv side High st s of Pratt 
Nash Wm. carter, Lexington st w of Poppleton 
Nash Evan, boilermaker, L Hughes st w of Light 
Nash William, labourer, L Hughes st w of Light 
Nash Ephraim, caulker. West st e of William 
Nattali Alice, corset maker. Front st s of Baltimore 
Naugle mrs Ann, Sharp st s of Hill 
Navy Agent's office, n e cor Charles and Baltimore sis. entrance 

Charles st — S. McClellan agent 
Nax Joseph, professor of music, 33 New Church st 



NAX 292 NEW 



Naylor Samuel, carpenter. New st e of Paca 

Naylor Francis, tailor, Canal st e side s of Orleans 

Neadimer John, Penn av near Hoffman st 

Neal Abner, atty. at law, Fayette st e of St Paul, dw 135 n Eu- 

Neal Joseph, law bookseller, over 174 Baltimore st [tawst 

Neal Susanna, e side Forest st s of Orleans 

Neal James G. bricklayer, 152 Hanover st 

Neale mrs Mary, cor West and Charles sts 

Neale James, ropemaker. West st e of Charles 

Neale & Luckett, com. mts. 3 Light st wharf 

Neale Francis, com, mt. firm ditio, dw Lombard st w of Green 

Nebling Jacob, shoemaker, Guilford al w of Light st 

Needham Asa, grocer and com. mt. 28 Light st wharf, dw cor 

Charles and Lee sts 
Needles John, cabinet maker, 56 St. 56i Hanover st. dry goods 

54 Hanover st 
Needles Edward, painter, ne cor Hanover and Lombard sts, 

dw Lombard st w of Green 
Needles Elizabeth, dry goods dealer, 64 Hanover st 
Neel John, weaver row, n of Mulberry st e of Schroeder 
Neely John, dwLexinorton st opposite the Court house 
Neibert John, tavern, Fleet st w of Bond 
Neibors Mary Ann, teacher, Fleet st e of Ann 
Neidermeyer David, Happy al w side n of Lancaster st 
Neild Wm. trader, Exeter st w side n of Fawn 
Neil! James, 62 Light st 
Neilly James, labourer, Franklin st extended 
Ntilly Wm. drayman, row s of Franklin st extended 
Neilson George, Calvert st n of Pleasant 
JVeilson Albert B. atty. at law, 10 St Paul st 
Neilson Robert, dw Courtland st n of Mulberry 
Neilson Joseph, jr. collector, Orleans st w of Strawberry alley 
Neilson Wm. E. bricklayer, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Neilson Robert, book and job printer, Charles st s of Baltimore, 

dw Carpenter's al vv of Paca st 
Neilson Thomas N. cor e Baltimore and Market sts 
Neimej'er Herman, I'iC s Sharp st 
Neimeyer John, Raborg st w of Poppleton 
Neischt Heinrich, Wiik st opp High 
Nel Henry, shoemaker, Hamburg st w of Light 
Nell Henry, victualler, Hoffman st near Penn av 
Nelson John, atty. at law, law buildings St Paul st 
Nelson James, coachmaker, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Nelson Joseph, jr. collector taxes, Orleans st w of Strawberry al 
Nelson Mary Ann, seamstress, e side Potter st s of Low 
Nelson Joseph, bell hanger. Haw st w of Emory 
Nenninger mrs John. Courtland st n of Lexington 
Neptune Insurance Co. C. Mayer pres't. Exch. building 
Nesbit Jonathan, clerk, w side Exeter st n ol' Wilk 
Ness Mary Ann, tavern, cor Wilk and Caroline sts 
Newbell John, shoemaker, 20 Park st 



NEW 293 NIC 



Newcome Ellen, George st e of Pine 

Newell John, grocer, s e cor Gay and Aisquith sts 

Newell Charles, w side Potter st n of Gay 

Newford , Pearl st s of Fayette 

Newhouse Carter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Newkirk H. V. grocer, n w cor Ensor and Madison sts 

New J. H. carpenter, Ross st near Sarah Ann st 

New Market Fire engine house, Eutaw st w side s of Lexington 

Newman & Bro. piano forte manuf. Baltimore st w of Pine 

Newman John, of firm, dw same 

Newman Saml. 2d hand dealer, w side Charles st s of Lombard 

Newman G. H. & A. com mts. Exchange place e of Commerce 

St. dw ^ side 
Newman Joseph, watchman, Lombard ste of Bond 
Newman Henry, pedlar, Bond st s of Fleet 
Newman Thos. carpenter, cor Goiigh st and Happy alley 
Newton Wm. comb maker, Saratoga st3 doors w of Poppleton 
Newton Thos. ladies' shoemaker, George st w of Penn avenue 
Newton Absalom, firm H. Abbott & Co. Canton near Sugarhouse 
Newton mrs Rosetta, 93 w Pratt st 
Niblet Joshua, blacksmith, 12 New Church st 
.Nice Mary, e side Ensor st n of Madison 
Nichol David, plaisterer. Bank st w of Wolfe 
Nichol Wm.. plaisterer, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Nichol William, bricklayer, Caroline st n of Gough 
Nicholas Edward, locksmith and bell hanger, Raborg st w of 

Poppleton 
Nicholas J. S. attorney at law. Court house lane, dw Lexington 

st 2d door w of St P*iul 
Nicholas Caspar, baker, n side Hillen st w of High 
Nicholas Capt- s w cor Mulberry and St Paul sts 
Nicholas Wm. tavern, 54 Bond st 
Nicholl Thos. market man, Davis st s of Bath 
Nicholl Zachariah, brickmaker, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Nichols James, wood denier, 60 n Exeter st 
Nichols David, keeper Charles st Spring, dw cor Charles and 

Henrietta sts 
Nichols Elizabeth, Thames st w of Bond 
Nichols capt Chas. Philpot alley e of Canal st 
Nichols Wm. shingle dresser. Light st 2d door s of Hamburg 
Nicholson Mary, grocer, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Nicholson Mrs. Hamilton ste of Cathedral 
Nicholson Thos. carpenter, Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
Nicholson Thos. book binder, Cove st n of Lexington 
Nicholson J. L. & Brothers, brokers, 235 Baltimore sU dw Balti- 
more opposite Pearl 
Nicholson Henry, blacksmith, Baltimore st w of Schroeder 
Nicholson John, butcher, Baltimore st near Fulton, or Fred, road 
Nicholson Henry, blacksmith, Baltimore st e of Republican 
Nicholson Andrew, house of entertainment, ne corner Baltimore 
and Greene sts ^ 

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NIC 294 NOR 

Nicholson J. L. & Brothers, exchange office, 16 Baltimore st 

Nicholson John, Aisquith st n of Pitt 

Nicholson John H. carpenter, German st e of Pine 

Nicholson J. L. & Brothers, lottery and exchange office, se Gor 

Centre and Fish markets 
Nickerson mrs Pamelia, conlectionery, 50 n Howard st 
Nickson Thos. labourer. Haw st w of Emory 
Nicolai Harman, grocer, cor Barre and Sharp sts 
Nicolas Conrad, watchmaker, 326 Baltimore st 
Nicoll David, stone mason, Wolfe st n of Gough 
Nicols C. Lexington st e of Charles 

Niebling mrs Eliza, boarding house, Calvert st cor Beufort lane 
Nielson John, lottery and exch. broker, cor Thames & Market 
Niemuler Frederick,*^ tavern keeper, Fell st near Wolfe 
Niles mrs Hezekiah, n side Lombard st2 doors w of Howard 
Niles Wm. Ogden, 14 Spring st Fountain row 
Nimmo W. R. collector, w side Front st s of Hillen 
Ninde James, walch and chronometer maker, Gay st s of Bait. 
Nippard David, potter, cor L Hampstead and Eden sts 
Nippeard John, P. M. n w cor Gay and Eden sts 
Nippeard John P. & Geo. grocers, do 

Nisbet Hon. A. assoc. judge Bait, city court, dwe side Frcder.- 

ick st n of Second 
Nixdorf Tobias, dw Fayette st betw Pine and Cove 
Nixon George, blacksmith, Columbia st e of Cove 
Nizar Thos. machinist. Monument st w of Eden 
Noblet mrs Sarah, confectioner, 4 Hill st 
Nogle Jacob, shoemaker, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 
Nolan Henry, millwright, Hill st e of Charles 
Nolan Michael, labourer, cor Camden and Charles sts 
Nolan John, hackman, Gravel alley s of Franklin st 
Nolan Matthew, tailor, Lee st e of Charles 
Nolland Henry, cooper, Pratt st. dw Fayette w of Paca 
Noon Mrs. 140 n Paca st 

Noonan Patrick, labourer Strawberry alley n of Lancaster st 
Noonen Edward, cooper, w side Potter st n of Gay 
Norder Joseph, tailor, Camden st e of Sharp 
Norfolk John H. confectioner, 70 Baltimore 8t 
Norfolk Mrs. fancy millinery, 70 Baltimore st 
Norf()lk John, ship joiner. Canal st s of Gough 
Norman & Courtney, tobacco mts. 49 s Gay st 
Norman M. S. of firm, dw cor Saratoga and Sharp sts 
Norman John, clerk, s side Baltimore st near Canal 
Norris Wm. H. attorney at law, Fayette st w of Calvert 
Norris Andrew, tailor and scourer, n w cor Bait, and Fred'k sts 
Norris R. hardware mt. over 216 Baltimore st. dw Charles st 2 

doors « of Hamilton 
Norris Mrs. Howard st n of Richmond 
Norris Edward L. firm Wyeth & Norris, dw Sharp st between 

Conway and Camden 



NOR 295 NUG 



Norns B. B. shoemaker, cor Lexinorton and Eutaw sts. d\v 313 

Baltimore st 
Norris Benj. F. grocer, cor Baltimore and Pearl sts 
Norris Wm. B. iSc Co. 256 Baltimore st 
Norris J. C. oC firm, dvv 15 Barnet st 
Norris & Brother, importers of hardware, 216 Baltimore st 
Norris Richard, of firm, d\v Courtland st s of Mulberry 
Norris & Beatty, hardware merchants, 212 Baltimore st 
Norris John D. a^rocer, cor Park and Clay sts 
Norris Edward, shoemaker, Hampstead st w of Caroline 

Norris shoemaker, Holland st e of Aisquith 

Norris Joseph H. carpenter, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 

Norris Thomas, dyer, Aisquith st n of Low 

Norris J. teacher, Eden st s of Jefferson 

Norris mrs Mary Ann, e side Gay st 2d door n of Aisquith 

Norris Benjamin, machinist, Lombard st w of Amity 

Norris mrs Mary, Eutaw st n of Camden 

Norris J. Saurin, Secretary Merchants' Fire Insurance Co. dw 

Paca st e of L Greene 
Norris Charles S. clerk, 121 s Sharp st 
Norris Susan, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Norris capt Isaac H. Wilk st w of Exeter 
Norris James, lumber inspector, Gran by st e of Gousjh 
Norris Richard, of Wm. e side Sharp st 1 door n of Lombard 
Norris S. boot maker, 1 s Sharp st. c\w Mulberry 
Norris Thos. dyer, cor North and Franklin sts. dw Aisquith 3 

doors w of Low 
North John, seaman. West st e of Charles 
North Elizabeth, Wolfe st s of Wilk 

North Edward, watchman, Alice Anna st w of Washincrton 
North Edward, jr. shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Washington 
Norton Mary, Hillen st w of East 

Norton mrs M. A. fish dealer. Burgundy alley e of Warner st 
Norvell Wm. silversmith, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Norville capt Wm. Block st w of Thames 
Norwood John, gi4>cer, Saratoga st e of Cove, and Baltimore st 

betw Pine and Cove 
Norwood John, painter, Holland st w of Canal 
Notherman mrs George, over 78 Baltimore st 
Nott Eleanora, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Nougues J. furniture dealer. 14 Light st 
Nowland Francis, grocer. Cathedral st extended 
Nowland Lambert, accountant, 136 Hanover st 
Noy mrs D. milk seller, alley w of William st s of West 
Noyes E. dentist, Fayette st opposite Duncan's church 
Noyes David C. Venetian blind maker, Hillen st e of Exeter 
Noyes mrs Jennet, s side Baltimore st w of Canal 
Nubert Michael, confectioner, Carpenter's alley e of Eutaw st 
Nuburg Samuel, 11 Harrison st 
Nugent Fredk. collar maker, Louisiana st betw Paca & Greene 



NUG 296 O'DE 



Nuo:ent Wm. grocer and produce mt. Franklin st e of Greene, 

dw George st near Penn avenue 
Nugent Jane, George st w of Penn avenue 
Nugent Wm. Franklin st. dw George st w of Penn avenue 
Nulton mrs Maria. Lloyd st n of Lombard 
Nulty mrs Maria, Lloyd st n of Lombard 
Numsen Frederick, cooper, Monument st near Gay 
Numsen Wm. baker, 113 Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Nunez Aaron, shoemaker, Howard st n of Hill 
Nunnery of Sisters of Providence, mother Theresa, superior, 

Richmond st opp Park 
Nurser mrs Elizabeth, Fayette st betw Howard and Eutaw 
Nusbaurn Hineman, pedlar, Fleet st cor Argyle alley 

Oakley capt Joseph, Gough st e of Eden 
Oakley Thomas, w side Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Oakley mrs Julia Ann, tailoress, Orleans st e of Eden 
Oashterty Annrew, w side Greene st n of Raborg 
Obenheimer Hartz, pedlar, 27 Fleet st 

Ober G. & Co. wholesale and retail druggists, 3 n Charles st 
Ober G. dw Pratt st near Exeter 
Ober Jacob, tailor, Thames stw of Bond 

O'Bourke Farrell, grocery and feed store, Forest st s of Orleans 
O'Brian Jeremiah, grocer, s side Gay st w of Front 
O'Brian John, pedlar, High st n of Granby 
O'Brien Bridget, Wilk st e of Wolfe 
O'Brien Dennis, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 
O'Brien mrs Isabella A. cor East st and Maiden lane 
O'Brien mrs Mary, boarding house, Lombard st e of Core 
O'Brien Matthew, clerk, Lee st w of Hanover 
O'Bryon Solomon, clerk, 10 Light st wharf, dw George st 1 
. door e of Pine 

O'Bryon Michael, tailor, Wayne st e of Howard 
O'Callahan Cal. tavern, s e cor Frederick and Lombard sts 
Ockenbaugh mrs Julia, teacher, Pine st s of George 
O'Connell Wm. plaisterer, cor St Paul st arfB Bank lane 
O'Connell Patrick, grocer, cor Cove and German sts 
O'Conner Daniel, huckster, Eastst n of Douglass 
O'Conner Patrick B. slater, w side High st s of French 
O'Connor Eugene, justice of peace, n e cor Gay and Lombard 

sts. dw Wilk vr of Canal 
O'Connor Patrick, grocer, cor Lancaster st and Argyle alley 
O'Connor James & Co. forwarding line to Pittsburg, North st n 

of Saratoga 
O'Connor John, labourer, Orleans ste of Friendship 
O'Connor Hugh, cor Eutaw and Lombard sts 
O'Connor Patrick, porter, w side Light st n of Henrietta 
O'Day James, labourer, s of Wilk st near President, on city prop. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, n Gay st — see appendix 
Odemon Harman, mariner. Bank st e of Market 
O'Dell James H. brassfounder, Frederick st between Second and 

Lombard, dw Harford av n of Madison si 



O'DO 297 OLI 

O'Donald James, firm Power & O'Donald, George st e of Pine 
O'Donnell Columbus, Charles st 3 doors n of Mulberry 
O'Donuell Patrick, Franklin st w of Lerevv's alley 
O'Donnell James, labourer, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 
O'Donnell Mary, w side Frederick st 1 door s of Lombard 
O'Donuell John, confectioner, w side Charles st opp depot 
O'Donovan John H., M. D. s w cor Franklin and Park sts 
O'Donovan Jeremiah, grocer, Preston st near Ross 
O'Dougherty Daniel, tavern, 40 Second st e of Frederick 
O'Doy James, labourer, s ofWilk st near Pres'f. on city prop. 
Oehrl John L. baker, cor Baltimore and Canal sts 
Oelricks K. G. & Lurman, importers, 31 s Charles st 
Oelricks Henry, d\v 73 Liberty st 
Oehvine Frederick, silver plater, Baltimore st near Sharp, dw do. 

vv of Pearl 
Oesterly John, baker, Harford av cor Madison st 
Oesterly Andrew, w side Greene st 2 doors n of Raborg 
O'Farrell Charles, grocer, 71 Pratt st 
Offner Christina, huckster, w side High st n of Pitt 
Ogelvy James, baker, Lombard st e of High 
Ogier John, gardener, e Monument st ext. opp ropewalk 
Ogier Nicholas, Belle Air road, n of Monument st extended 
Ogle Joseph, bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Poppleton 
Ogle Eliza, e side Bond st n ofWiik 

Ogle IVIary, seamstress, rear ofConstitution st s of Monument 
Ogle Elizaijeth, seamstress, Mott st n of Gay 
Ogle Wm. Eutaw st s of Carpenter's alley 
Ogre Eliza, w side East st s of Douglass 
O'Harra & Bro. paper warehouse, 13 Harrison st 
O'Harra John, Harford avenue near ropewalk 
O'Harra James, blacksmith. Concord st n of Pratt, dw opposite 
O'Harra Charles, shoemaker, n side Lombard st w of Concord 
Ohrenshall C. shoemaker, 19 e Water st 
O'Keefe Ann, grocer, cor Lancaster st and Apple alley 
O'Laughlin John, shoemaker, n side Gay st w of Exeter 
O'Laughlin, Michael, painter, e side High st s of French 
Oldfield G. S. com. mt. n side Lombard st betw Light & Charles 

dw Monument e of Charles. 
Oldfield G. S. jr. com mt. do. do. dw Mount Vernon place 
Oldham Wm. M. cooper, Greene st betw German st and Cider 

alley, dw Cove st s of Baltimore 
Oldham James, moulder, cor York st and X alley 
O'Leary Edward, wood corder, Bank st e of Market 
Oler W. H. morocco store, 4 Cheapside 
Olierich Joshua, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Olive cnpt Thomas, w side Bond st n of Gough 
Oliver Hibernian School, North st betw Lexington & Saratoga 

Wm. Gibson, teacher, Potter st betw Hillen and Gay 
Oliver Thomas^ new and 2d hand furniture store, 91 n Howard 
Oliver Wm. domestic manufacturer, Preston st near Penn av 
Oliver mrs M. A. Preston st near Penn avenue 



OLI 298 ORN 



Oliver Hannah, e side Eden st s of Pratt 

Oliver capt John S. e side Eden st s of Pratt 

Oltaber Conrad, cabinet maker, e side Exeter st s of Low 

Olvis John, watchman, York avenue n of Madison st 

Olvis Charles, York avenue n of Madison st 

Olivine Richard, l)ricklayer, Orleans st w of Caroline 

Ohvine Aucrust H. bricklayer, Orleans st e of Strawberry alley 

O'Neill F. grocer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

O'Mealy Mary, huckster, n side Hillen st 2 doors w of High 

O'Meara Patrick, slater, e side Potter st n of Gay 

O'Menheiser, Gotleib, butcher, 66 s Howard st 

Ondutch Nicholas, paper hanger, Baltimore st e of Pine 

O'Neill mrs Mary, 38 w Saratoga st 

O'Neill John, proprietor of carts, 36 Frederick st 

O'Neill Terence, Hollidayst n of Bath 

O'Neill John, blacksmith, n w cor Centre and Holliday sts 

O'Neill Wm. labourer, Preston st near Ross 

O'Neill John, weaver, Pierce st w of Cove 

O'Neill Wra. carpenter, cor Chatsworth and Pierce sts 

O'Neill mrs Ann, shoe store, 22 Pratt st 

O'Neill capt Frederick, Aisquith sts of Madison 

O'Neill Thomas, carter, cor Gay and Mott sts 

Onion mrs Mary, Canal st n of L McElderry 

Onion Thomas B. painter, Granby st w of Canal 

Onion Edward M, merchant tailor, cor Baltimore and Front sts. 

dw cor High and Trinity 
Onion Zachariah, carpenter, cor Albemarle and Trinity sis 
Onslow John, shoemaker, e side Constitution st s of Falls 
Oppel John N. shoemaker, Happy alley n of Fleet st 
Opperman G. L. glove factory, Pratt st 2 doors e of Concord 
Oram James, labourer. Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
Oram John S. watchman, Hamburg st e of Charles 
Oram Hugh S. boiler maker, Hamburg st w of Light 
Oram Lloyd, comb maker, Barre st w of Sharp 
Oram Chloe, seamstress, VVilk st w of Market 
Oram Joshua, carter, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Oram Wm. shoemaker, Marion st near Liberty 
Oram Isaiah, carter, e side Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 
Orchard Catharine, 81 Harrison st 
Ordenstein Levi, keeper of Jewish Synagogue, rear of ditto cor 

Harrison st and Etna lane 
O'Reilly Ferijus, labourer. Cathedral st extended 
O'Reily mrs Martha J. dry goods store, cor Eden and Mullikin sts 
Orem John M. merchant tailor, n w cor Baltimore and Fayette 

sts. dw cor Fayette st and Crooked lane 
Orem Wm. stone mason, e side Light st s of Hughes 
Orman Henry, chothing store, e side Eutaw st 4 doors n of Lex- 
ington, dw Jasper near Lexington 
Orme Patrick A. firm Orme & Baker, dw Mulberry i5t w of Paca 
Orndorf & Co. produce merchants, Baltimore st e of Paca 
Orndorf John H. of firm, dw Lombard st 4 doors w of Hanover 



O'RO 299 OVE 



O'Rouke Mrs. Bank st e of Market 

Orphan's Asylum, mrs Patterson, mistress. Mulberry st opposite 

the Catiiedrai 
Orphan's Asylum, St Mary's, Franklin st e of Park 
Orr Adam, cooper, Humes st near Exeter 
Orr Wrn, intersection Gay and Madison sts 
Orr Ann, w side Potter st s of French 
Orrell Edward, shoemaker. Canal st s of Jefferson 
Orrick Daniel, bark inspector, 69 vv Pratt st 
Orrick John, huckster. Monument st e of Eden 
Orrick W. K. chemist and druggist, n e cor Lexington and Eu- 

taw sts. d\v Eutaw 1 door n of Presbyteiran church 
Orrouke Wm. seaman, row w of Eulavv st s of Carpenter's alley 
Orih Philip, paper hanger, Harford avenue s of Aisquith st 
Ortwine Hautmann, labourer, Greenu'illow st near Penn avenue 
Osage Mining & Smelting Co. office cor Fayette and St Paul sts 
Osborne W. McK. dry goods merchant, 56 Hanover st. dw Con- 
way w of Charles 
Osborne mrs Lucretia, Mulberry st 2 doors w of Eutaw 
Osbourn Elizabeth, North st near Bath 
Osbourn Alphonzo, bricklayer, Conway st e of Warner 
Osbourn Wm. labourer. Welcome alley e of Charles st 
Osbourn Wm. O. lurniture store, n side Second st 5 doors w of 

Centre market space 
Osbourn Rev. James, _n side Second st w of Centre market space 
Osbourn mrs Susan, 53 Centre market space 
O^ihorn James W. commission merchant, 82 Bowly's wharf 
Osgodby Mary, e side Short st 1 door from Orleans 
Osgood George, fruiterer, Pratt st e of South 
Osick Lewis, suger boiler, cor Pratt st and Slemmer alley 
Osius Caroline, milliner, Pratt st e of Paca 
Ostendorf Anthony, grocer, cor Charles and Hamburg sts 
Ostendorf Anthony, watchmaker, 43 Camden st 
Osterman Augustus, cabinet maker, 24 New Church st 
O'Toole mrs M. milliner, Charles st n of York 
Olt Charles, tailor, 62 s Frederick st 
Otterson miss Matilda, Charles st s of L Hughes 
Otto Dr. Gustavus, n Frederick st near Gay 
Otto John, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Otto Frederick, musician, s side Sterling st e of Motl 
Otto Andrew, labourer. Castle alley w of Fleet st 
Oudesluys mrs Harriet, Lexington st e of Liberty 
Ould Lancaster, cor Charles and Fayette sts 
Ould Remus R. cor Charles and Fayette sts 
Oursler Edward, sweep master, Columbia st w of Paca 
Outerbridge Horsey, jr. lawyer, 14 Law buildings, St Paul st 
Gutter Joseph S. blacksmith. Sterling st near Monument 
Ovarre John N. hatter. Centre market space 4 doors s of Bait at 

Overmeyer labourer, Montgomery st e of Charles 

Overmeyer V. labourer, e side Light st 2 doors s of York 
Owaere John F. barber, Franklin st e of Greene 



OWE 300 PAG 



Owen Wm. dw Charles st s ofPleasant 

Owen Thomas G. Franklin st w ofChatsworth 

Owen G. & Son, booksellers arid stationers, 38 Baltimore st 

Owen Thomas, hatter, Conway st e ofL Greene 

Owen Rev. Elisha D. at mrs Stran's, e side Bond st n ofWilk 

Owens Edward T. firm Browne & Owens, dw s e cor High and 

Salisbury sis 
Owens Joseph, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Owens Dr. J. B. Aisquith st opposite Jackson 
Owens Alexander, carpenter, York avenue n of Monument, dw 

5 doors below 
Owens Judy, seamstress, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Owens Wm. conductor on Bait & Ohio R. Road, dw Granby st 

w of Canal 
Owens mrs Lear, fancy store, 28 Market st 
Owens Isaac, of Jas. commission merchant, Frederick st 2 doors 

n of Pratt, dw cor High and Trinity 
Owens mrs William, Dugan's wharf 2 doors s of Pratt et 
Owens George, boarding house, 91 w Pratt st 
Owings capt Edward, Hanover st s of Montgomery 
Owings Benjamin, labourer, al s of Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 
Owings James C. carpenter, Monument st w of Eden 
Owings Dr. Thomas, Fayette st e of Liberty 
Owings Jesse, livery stables, cor Davis and Pleasant sts, dw North 

near Saratoga 
Owings Samuel C. stables, cor Davis and Pleasant sts 
Owings & Jessop, cotton manufacturers, German st e of Sharp 
Owings James, office German st e of Sharp 
Ozier Nichf)las, gardener. Bell Air road 
Ozier John, gardener, e Monument st ext'd. opp rope walk 
Ozraon Henrv, seaman, e side Potter st s of Low 



ACA John, sJioemaker, Mott st n of Gay 

Paca Jacob, shoemaker, e side East st n of Pitt 

Pack wood James, mariner, 67 Bond st 

Paes Christopher & Francis, coopers, Cowpen al near Liberty st 

Paes Christopher, of firm dw Wagon alley 

Paes Francis, of firm, dw Wagon alley 

Page George, agricultural machine and portable saw mill, Balti- 
more st w of Schroeder — see advertism'ent in front 

Page Joseph, brushmaker, 39 n Howard st. dw 69 s Eutaw 

Page Asa, foundry man, Pleasant st w of North 

Page Otto, watch and clock maker, Franklin st e of Greene 

Page Thomas J. stone mason, Ross st extended 

Page Asa, intersection Harford avenue and Ensor st 

Page mrs Lydia, tailoress, s side low st e of Front 

Page Washington A. ship joiner, York st e of William, dw Hiil 
e of Charles 

Page Wm. ship joiner, Montgomery st w of William 

Page Maria, Lombard st w of Caroline 

Page A. Washington, ship joiner, High sts s^f Fawn 



PAG 301 PAR 

Pagels E. blacksmith, cor Jasper and Saralaga sts. dw Saratoga 

wof Eutavv 
Paillot Leon, clock and watch maker, 64 n Gay 
Paine Alien, saddle, iiarness, and coach furniture store, s e cor 

Howard and Baltimore sts. dw Lexington e of Cove 
Paine mrs Caroline, teacher. Pine st n of Pierce 
Paine John, 131 n Eutaw st 

Paine Richard, painter, Guilford alley wof Light st 
Pairo & Brothers, exchange office, 168 Baltimore st 
Pairo Charles W. of firm, dw Calvert st n of Lexington 
Pallet Leon, watchmaker, 29 Harrison st 
Palmer Mrs. Fayette st e of Calvert 
Palmer mrs Elizabeth, Silver st w of Eden 
Palmer Miles, carpenter, cor Aisquith and McElderry sts 
Palmer Geo. M. tobacconist, n side Gay st w of Forest 
Palmer Wm. clerk Farmer's and Planter's Bank, dw Charles st 

n of'Barre 
Palmer Edward, com mt. 4 Bowly's wharf, dw 114 Hanover st 
Palmer Alice, dress maker, 21 e Water st 
Pamphillon James, cooper, Paca st e of Warner 
Panel Daniel, shoemaker. Bond st n of Lancaster 
Panott & Craggs, tailors, cor Market and Lancaster sts 
Panott mrs Eliza, e side Ann st n of Thames 
Paramore James, grocer, Fork st w of Light 
Parish Wm- butcher, York avenue n of Madison st 
Parker Mary, 54 .s High st 

Parker M. A. dry goods store, Lexington st e of Howard 
Parker capt Thomas, Wolfe st s of Wilk 
Parker N. & E. L. stove dealers, 47 and 49 s Calvert st 
Parker Nathan, of firm, dw 120 n Calvert st 
Parker George, grocer, 272 n Howard st 
Parker miss E. G. milliner, 35 Camden st 
Parker John, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Parker Jonathan, ale house, cor German st and Hartway's alley 
Parker mrs Sarah, boarding house, 69 Baltimore st 
Parker capt Howes, Orleans st e of Canal 
Parker Mrs. Eden st s of Silver 
Parker Thomas H. shoemaker, Lewis st n of Orleans 
Parker John, labourer. Fleet st wof Caroline 
Parker Elizabeth, seamstress. Block st w of Wills 
Parker Samuel, mariner, Gough st sof Granby 
Parker Betsy, Philpot alley w of Gough st 
Parker Hugh, sailmaker, s side Baltimore st e of Spring 
Parker Mary, High st s of Trinity 

Parkes capt John, e side Light st 5 doors s of Armistead lane 
Parkhill Hamilton, milk seller. Low st near Aisquith 
Parkhurst & Nye, commission merchants, 84 Bowly's wharf 
Parkinson James, tailor, e side Potter st n of Gay 
Parks John, cabinet maker, Lexington betw Charles & Liberty 
Parks mrs Sarah, grocer, cor Caroline and L Hampstead sts 
Parks M. w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
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PAR 302 PAT 

Parks Wingate, bay man, w side Light st s of West 
Parks Alexander, dw cor Paca and L Greene sts 
Parks Frederick, plumber, Block st w of Wills 
Parks Abraham, custom house boatman, cor Pratt & Spring sts 
Parks Benj. blacksmith, 67 Bond st 
Parks Archibald, carpenter, Eden st n of Bank 
Parks Wm. B. bailiff, Saratoga st 
Parleit Wm. n side French st opp Potter 
Parlett Elizabeth, w side Exeter st s of Low- 
Parley George, shoemaker, w side Exeter st s of French 
Parr David P. grocer, 10 Baltimore st 
Parr John, grocer, 12 Harrison st 
Parr miss Ann, dry goods store, 65 n Howard st 
Parr & Graham, apothecaries, n e cor Baltimore and Eutaw sis 
Parr David, potter, Pitt st w of Bond 
Parr Elizabeth, grocer, cor Exeter and Fawn sts 
Parr mrs Margaret, pottery, Eden st n of Baltimore, dw49 South 
Parrish Jacob, wheelwright, Pratt st e of Greene, dw Columbia 

w of Emory 
Parrish capt Louis, e side Exeter st n of Wilk 
Parrott Miss, Canal st n of Orleans 
Parrott James W. tailor, cor Market and Lancaster sts. dw w 

side Canal st n of Short alley 
parrott mrs Rebecca, cor Lloyd and Salisbury sis 
Parsons Edmund, collector, 279 n Howard st 
Parsons Samuel, trunk maker. Haw st w of Emory 
Parsons Jonah, mahog'y sawyer, cor L Greene st & Elbow lane 
Parsons Thos. shoemaker, Paca st s of Pratt, dw do. e of Warner 
Parsons John, engineer, York st w of Light 
Parsons Hester, huckster, 6 Lancaster st 
Partridge H. M. principal of classical academy, cor Charles and 

Barnet sts. dw 12 s Liberty st 
Pasanay J, morocco man. 16 Cheapside, dw Calvert 
Pascal Peter, cor Orleans st and Strawberry alley 
Pascal mrs Elizabeth, grocer, cor Orleans st and Strawberry al 
Pascault Francis, gardener, Belle Air road 
Pascho Peter, gardener, Belle Air road n of Monument st ext'd 
Passano Joseph, Md. Arcade, dw Lombard st w of Exeter 
Passano Louis, 1 Md. Arcade, dw e side Lloyd st n of Lombard 
Passano Leonard, dry goods merchant, 40J Centre market space, 

dw High st s of Granby 
Passpea capt James, Orleans st e of Young 
Pasterfield Wm. firm Fuller & Pasterfield, Holland st w of Eden 
Pasterfield miss Margaret, Harford av n of Ensor st 
Pasters Samuel, clerk, Mulberry st w of Pine 
Paton Wm. J. labourer, Thames st e of Light 
Patrick Lorenzo, tailor, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Patrick Wm. inspector of wood, dw Exeter st n of Wilk 
Patrick capt John, justice of peace, 3 Exchang-e place, dw » side 

Baltimore st e of High 
Patridge Daubner, Bank st w of Wolfe 



PAT 303 PAU 



Pattee Sarah, dress maker, German st e of Howard 
Patterson A. B. merchant, 67 Smith's wharf 
Patterson John, merchant tailor, 2-2 South st 
Patterson James, clerk, e side Light st 3 doors s of Montgomery- 
Patterson" Wm. A. attorney at law, Fayette st betw St Paul and 

Charles, d w e side High 2 doors s of Baltimore 
Patterson Edward, iron dealer, w side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Patterson mrs Mary Ann, Louisiana ste of Greene 
Patterson Henry, cor Cove and Saratoga sts 
Patterson John, paper hanger, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Patterson H. North st 2 doors s of Lexington 
Patterson Miss, St Paul st s of Franklin 
Patterson John M. D. cor Franklin and St Paul sts 
Patterson mrs Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Patterson John, carpenter, Biddle st near Penn avenue 
Patterson Henry, grocer, cor Cove and Saratoga sts 
Patterson John, carpet weaver, corner L Hampstead st & Straw- 
berry alley 
Patterson mrs Prudence, seamstress. Friendship al near Eden st 
Patterson James, shoemaker. Monument st w of Caroline 
Patterson Joseph W. printer, n side French st nearly opp East 
Patterson Gurney, e side Paca st s of Mulberry 
Patterson mrs C. boarding house, e side Market alley 
Patterson Wm. George, tailor, Gay st s of Canal 
Patterson Wm. cooper, cor Conway and L Paca sts. dw Paca 

near Greene 
Patterson Robert, turner, Uhler's al- dw L Greene st n of Paca 
Patterson mrs Eleanor, Barrest e of Hanover 
Patterson Wm. cooper, Charles st near Lee, dw Lee w of Charles 
Patterson Jeremiah, Lee st w of Charles 
Patterson James, cooper, York st e of Howard 
Patterson Wm. seaman, Hanover st n of York 
Patterson John, shipwright, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Patterson James J. collector, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Patterson John, Happy alleys of Goughst 
Pcftterson Joshua, labourer, Caroline st n of Gough 
Patterson Wm. P. e side High st 2 doors n of Baltimore 
Patterson J. W. & E. iron store, s w cor Commerce and Pratt 
Patterson J. W. of firm, w side South st n of Second 
Patterson Edward, w side Gay st n of Second 
Pattison Samuel, firm Smith & Pattison, dw Hanover st 
Patton Wm. drayman, 71 Albemarle st 
Patlon Wm. labourer, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Patton James H. cabinet maker, Paca st e of Warner 
Patton miss M. milliner, 249 Baltimore st 
Paul Alexander, millwright and machinist, corner Lexington st 

and Run alley, dw Pearl st n of Baltimore 
Paul James, merchant, e side Eutaw st 4 doors n of Saratoga 
Paul Wm. book binder, Mulberry st 2 doors e of Pine 
Paul Wm. tobacconist, 309 Baltimore st 
Paul John, firm Philips & Co. Centre market space near Arcade 



PAU 304 PEI 

Paul James, Frederick road w of run 

Fawley James, sen. teacher of painting, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Pawley James W. jr. crockery mt. 10 s Calvert st. dw Lombard 

w of Centre market space 
Pavvson Wm. S. commission merchant, 77 Smith's wharf, dw 

Fayette st w of Park 
Paxton miss J. Eutaw st n of Camden 
Payson Henry, 123 Hanover st 

Peabody Riggs &, Co. importers of dry o;oods, 7 German st 
Peachy T. G. saddler, e side Light st 1 door s of Fountain Inn 
Peacock mrs Ellen, Amity st s of Fayette 
Peacock J. E. furniture store, 73 w Pratt st 
Peacock Mary, Caroline st n of Pratt 

Peacock Samuel, shoemaker, e side Beuren st n of Monument 
Peacock mrs Sarah, n side Gay st e of Mott 
Peacock Wm. shipwright, cor Block and Wills sts 
Peacock Richard, Canton on City line 

Peal miss S. M. portrait painter, s side Fayette st w of Holliday 
Peale mrs Martha, seamstress, Wolfe st near Wilk 
Peale John W. clerk in Record office, d w e Pratt st w of Canal 
Pearce Joseph, grocer, s e cor Fayette and Pine sts 
Pearce Richard, shoemaker, w side Light st n of Sugar alley 
Pearce Richard, shoemaker; Armistead lane w of William st 
Pearce Charles R. firm Brickhead & Pearce, dw n e cor Charles 

and Lexington sts 
Pearce Francis L. shoemaker, alley running from Front st to the 

Falls s of Low * 

Pearce Richard, huckster, s side French st e of Bath 
Pearce Rebecca, washer, n side Frencii st nearly opp East 
Pearce Richard, cooper, n side Water st w of Calvert 
Pearce Robert, painter, w side Front st s of Low 
Pearce Julius, wheelwright. Comet stw of Aisquith 
Pearce George, 122 n Eutaw st 

Pearce Obadiah, .machinist, w side High st s of French 
Pearson Joseph, & Sons, hatters' furs and trimmings store, 260 

Baltimore st 
Pearson Andrew, of firm, dw 64 Camden st 
Pearson Solomon, steambuat hand, Hamburg st e of William 
Pearson Lev'i, boiler maker, w side Light st sof West 
Pease Chris, cooper, Cowpen al. dw Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
Pechin Wm. justice of peace, cor Alice Anna and Bond sts 
Peck Stephen, Saratoga st 4 doors w of Poppleton 
Peck Henry, boot and shoemaker, 11 w Pratt st e of Charles 
Peck Charles F. umbrella and cane maker, 54 Harrison st 
Peck mrs Elizabeth, confectioner, Pitt st w of Caroline 
Peck Nathaniel, whitewasher, cor Bath and Holliday sts 
Peddicord C. E. milliner, s side Gay st 3 doors w of High 
Pedins: John A. mlder. East st s of Front 
Pedrick John, carpenter, German st e of Pine 
Pedusi Wm. tavern, cor Thames and Market sts 
Peirce Joseph, grocer, Baltimore st w of Pine 



PEI 305 PER 



Peifer John, paver. Liberty alley n of Monument st 

Peifer J- P. e side Greene st n of Park lane 

Peifer Elizabeth, boardinoj house, Lombard st Exchange place 

Pein Elizabeth, cor Jasper and Saratoga sts 

Peirce Letetia, w side High st n of Lombard 

Peirce Thomas, com mt. 9 Bovvly's wharf 

Peirce Emanual, Maiden lane e of East st 

Peirce Thomas, watchman, at Penitentiary, Harford avenue op- 
posite the rope walk 

Peirson Samuel, tallow chandler, Holliday sts of Pleasant 

Peirson Wm. firm Easter, Bro. & Co. Howard st near Camden 

Pelerain Augustus, saddler, 14i Holliday st 

Pell Wm. painter, 33 Eutaw st n of Fayette 

Pell John, labourer. President st s of Stiles 

Pendergast capt Wm. s side French st e of Bath 

Pendergast Charles, & Son, mts and contractors, 87 Smith's whf 

Pendergast Charles, High st n of Baltimore 

Pendexter & Alden, boots, shoes, hats, caps, bonnets & umbrella 
store, 24Si Baltimore st 

Pendexter Henry, dvv Pratt st w of Albemarle 

Pendleton Long & Riely, dry goods merchants, 201 Baltimore st 

Pendleton R. \V. of firm, dw 20 Hanover st 

Pendleton P. P. 201 Baltimore st 

Pendleton Mrs. boarding house, 257 Baltimore st w of Cove 

Penn Jacob, tinner, Pratt st w of Penn 

Penn Jacob, brick moulder, w side Light st s of West 

Penniman Thomas & Co. commission mts. 77 Bowly's wharf 

Penniman Thomas, of firm, dw 92 n Liberty st 

Penniman A. justice of peace, Hanover st. dw Barre e of Hanover 

Penniman Augustus, cor Granby and Albemarle sts 

Penniman Wm. German st 

Penning John, shoemaker, Cove st s of Franklin 

Pennington J. attorney at law, s side Fayette st betw St Paul 
and Charles, dw Monument e of Charles 

Pennington miss Sarah, E Jtaw court opp Eutaw Church 

Pennington James, chair maker, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 

Pennington John H. piano maker, e side Canal st n of Silver 

Pennington N. shoemaker, e side Eutaw st n of Mulberry 

Pennington miss Harriet, fancy store, 11 e Baltimore st 

Pennington A. H. justice of peace, Elanover st opposite the mar- 
ket, dw Barre 

Pentz Charles, butcher, Caroline st s of Baltimore 

Pentz Samuel, jr. butcher, Holland st w of Eden 

Pentz Daniel, butcher, Piit st e of Eden 

Pentz John J. butcher, Pitt st extended, dw Pitt st w of Caroline 

Pentz Philip H, butcher, Pitt st w of Caroline 

Pentz Henry, butcher, Eden st s of Pitt 

Peppel Mrs.' 68 n Howard st 

Peppel John F. tailor, w side Paca st n of Baltimore 

Percy John, coach trimmer, Jew alley near Britton st 

Percy James, labourer. German st opposite Pine 
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PER 306 PER 

Perdue Laban, Front st Hotel, Front st s of Gay 

Peregoy James, carpenter, e side Fayette st n of Pearl 

Peregoy James, carpenter^ Fayette st w of Pine 

Pere^oy Niciiolas, carpenter, Lexington st e of Howard, dw 

JNIulberrye of Paca 
Peregoy Caleb, carpenter, Waofon alley near Howard st. dw Sar- 

atoora w of Chatsvvorth 
Peregoy Robert, baker, 73 Harrison st 
Peregoy Joseph, cooper, Hookstown road, dw George st w of 

Penn avenue 
Peregoy Charles, carpenter, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Peregoy James L. carpenter, L McElderry st e of Spring 
Peregoy John W. printer, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Perigo Joseph, carter, Monument st e of Spring 
Perigo Daniel, joiner, Wilk st e of Market 
Perigo Joseph, city bailiff, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 
Perine D. M. register of wills, dw Lexington st w of North 
Perine M. & Co. potters, Baltimore st w of Shroeder 
Perine Maujdin, of firm, dw n w cor Lexington and Pine st3 
Perine Thomas J. Columbia st e of Emory 
Perine St Co. morocco dressers, n e cor Calvert and Water sts 
Perine Joseph E. of firm, dw 88 Pitt st 
Perkins Lucretia, s side Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Perkins miss Charlotte, teacher, dwover 27 Baltimore st entrance 

Frederick 
Perkins mrs Eleanor, Greene st S doors s of Frankhn 
Perkins J. F. & Brothers, druggists and apothecaries, s w cor 

Franklin and Greene sts 
Perk 
Perk 
Perk 
Perk 
Perk 
Perk 
Perk 
Perk 
Perr 



ns Dr. Joseph F. s w cor Franklin and Greene sts 

ns Dr. Elisha H. s w cor Franklin and Greene sts 

ns James, H. s w cor Franklin and Greene sts 

ns H. dyer and scourer, n w cor Calvert & Mercer sts. dw 

ns D. hardware merchant, 23 s Charles st [Water 

ns Hector, broom dealer. East st n of Pitt 

ns Wm. B. tailor, Gough st e of Caroline 

ns dyer, rear oil! e Water st 

n John, baker, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Perry John, blacksmith, Hollins st w of Amity 
Perry Cyrus, grocer, w side Light st 1 door n of Montgomery 
Perry Jane, boarding house, e side Charles st2 door s of Camdea 
Perry Israel. Hollins st w of Amity 
Perry mrs Eliza, Lee st e of Howard 
Perry Jeremiah, tailor, Pratt st w of Canal 
Perry Harman H. firm Alexander Brown & Sons, dw cor High 

and Salisbury sts 
Perry Cyrus B. engineer, Albemarle st n of Wilk 
Perry Robert, labourer, cor Albemarle and Wilk sts 
Personette John, carpenter, Strawberry alley n of Pitt st 
Personette W. tailor, s side Gay st 3 doors e of bridge 
Pei^sonette John, boot & shoe maker, Frederick st n pf Baltimore, 
dw Perry e of Hanover 



PER 307 PFE 

Perveil Charles, clerk, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Pesj Luke, fruit dealer, cor Calvert and Baltimore sts 
Peter Richard, grocer, cor Aisquith and Low sts 
Peter John, carpenter, Stirling si n of Madison 
Peierkin mrs George W. Calvert st n of Pleasant 
Peters George, jr. Saratoga st e of Greene 
Peters John, grocer, n e cor Charles and Balderston sts 
Peters Matthias, morocco dresser, 11 Harrison st 
Peters George, 146 n Howard st 
Peters Sarah, George st e of Pine 

Peters Wm. H. bookbinder, 7 Liberty st. dw Pine n of Mulberry- 
Peters mrs A. M. Pearl st s of Mulberry 
Peters J. T. broker, w side Greene st n of Lexington 
Peters James, dry goods store, s side Gay st 1 door w of Front 
Peters Wm. brass founder, cor Pratt and Concord sts. dw n side 

Gay e of the bridge — see advertisement in front 
Peters Richard, grocer, n w cor Low and Aisquiih sts 
Peters L. W. biscuit and cracker baker, Thames st e of Market 
Peters Wm. baker, Block st w of Wills 
Peters Mrs. boarding house, cor Granby and Albemarle sts 
Peters Martin, rigger, wside Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Peters Charles, musician, 23 Bond st 
Peters Edward J. conveyancer. Gay st near Engine house 
Peters C. G. & Son, merchant tailors, 8 South st 
Peterson Christopher, merchant tailor, Franklin st near Paca 
Peterson Wm. clerk. Pine st s of George 
Peterson Wm. N. mariner, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Peterson John, rigger, w side Argyle alley s of Alice. Anna st 
Peterson Amelia, Caroline st n of Wilk 
Peterson capt Erasmus, cor Pratt st and Dugan's wharf 
Petherbridge J. C. dentist, 13 e Baltimore st 
Petherbridge Wm. harness and trunk factory, 31 w Pratt st 
Petherbridge Wm. M. saddler and harness maker, 25 c m space 
Petri John F. professor of music, Franklin st w of Charles 
Petri John, grocer, cor Ross and St Mary sts 
Petticord Peter, hatter, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Petticord John, hatter, Holland st w of Canal 
Pettis James, boarding house, 9 Thames st 
Pettit Moses, shoemaker, Holland st vv of Eden 
Pettit Obadiah, fruit dealer. Gay st near Elxeter 
Pettit Mrs. Eutaw st n of Franklin 

Pettit Obadiah, books and variety store, cor Gay and Exeter sts 
Pew James, seaman, s side Fish market, next falls 
Peyton Mrs. principal of school, Calvert st s of Pleasant 
Pfaaf John, weaver, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Pfaezgraf Henry, barber, 14 n Liberty st 
Pfaff John, basket maker, Pratt ste of market space 
Pfaff J. musical instrument maker, 91 w Pratt st 

Pfahl — 52 Harrison st 

Pfaver Adam, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 

Pfeifer Matthias, tailor, w side Paca st s of Lexington 



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Pfeifer Laurence, tailor, Louisiana (or Lexington) st w of Jasper 

Pfeil Peter, tailor, Hill st e of Charles 

Pleil John, confectioner, Lancaster st e of Caroline 

Pfeil John, labourer. Fleet st e of" Caroline 

Pfeischter Bartolome, clothier, Lancaster st w of Bond 

Ffifer Henry, tailor, Bank st e of Eden 

Pfougel Caspar, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 

Phelan Chas. morocco dresser, Monument st vv of Sterling 

Phelan Nicholas, tobacconist, 26 w Pratt st 

Phelps Gardiner, shoemaker. Mulberry st 2 doors w of Pearl 

Phelps Walter, machinist, Baltimore st w of Pine 

Phelps Adoran, Mulberry st2 doors w of Pearl 

Phelps E. T. huckster, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Phenix Thomas, cashier Western Bank, dw over bank 

Philbert Hannah, confectioner, French st 3d door vv of Centre 

Phile Conrad, shoemaker, cor Cove and Pierce sts 

Philips Daniel, e side Potter st n of Gay 

Philips Thos. miller, Frederick road w of toll gate 

Phillips Richard, lettererand gilder, 20 New Church st 

Phillips mrs A. B. boarding house, over 192 Baltimore st 

Phillips George, turner, n side Hillen st w of High 

Phillips Woodney, marble mason, Charles st s of Camden 

Phillips Basil, seaman, w side Front st s of Low 

Phillips Thos. locksmith, bellhanger and smith in general, w side 

Front st s of Gay 
Phillips Sol. H. brickmaker, 148 s Sharp st 
Phillips Thos. rigger, loft at Price's ship yard,dw 11 Lancaster 
Phillips Wm. B. blacksmith & wheelwright, cor Fleet and Ches- 
ter sts. dw Orleans e of Canal 
Phillips capt Anthony, cor Pratt st and Apple alley 
Phillips John H. umbrella maker, Pratt st e of the falls 
Phillips Wm. B. ship joiner, cor Lombard and Bond sts 
Phillips Christopher, ship carpenter, Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Phillips capt James, sen. 43 Albemarle st 
Phillips mrs Alice, 73 Albemarle st 

Phillips J. H. & Co. keepers Washington Museum, Centre mar- 
ket space betw Second and Lombard sts 
Phillips Elizabeth, Marion st e of Howard 
Phillips Wm. B. blacksmith, dw Orleans st w of Caroline 
Phillips Leinhart, butcher, William sts of West 
Phillips mrs G. grocer, cor Monument and Sterling sts 
Phillips Wm. M. machinist, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Phillips capt Wm. cor High and Granby sts 
Phillips Nicholas, saiimaker, Hamburg st e of William 
Philhps Elizabeth, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Philpot Joseph, coach maker, Paca st w of L Greene 
Phiipot Edward, clerk, 18 Albemarle st 
Phimple Theodore, bricklayer, Pitt st w of Eden 
Phipps Wm. Franklin st 2 doors w of Chatsworth 
Phipps mrs Ann, seamstress. New st e of Paca 
Phoenix Shot Tower, s e cor Front and Pitt sts 



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Pickering Wm. boot, and shoemaker, 326 Baltimore st 
Pickering Samuel, clerk in Record office, d\v w side Exeter st s 

of Granby 
Pickett John, glue maker. Dolphin st near Ross 
Pickett John, tailor, Baltimore st betvv Pine and Cove 
Pickett Jerome, mariner, Gough st e of Caroline 
Pickett miss Eliza, milliner, Baltimore si betw Pine and Cove 
Pickett Perry, shoemaker, Raborg st e of Schroeder 
Pickett miss Mary, tailoress, Eutaw court opp Eutavv church 
Picking Abraham, tavern, Franklin st e of Greene 
Pierce David M. grocer, and manufacturer o\^ stomachic bitters, 

a "certain remedy for bilious diseases," cor Gay 8t Fred'k 
Pierce S. A. hatter, 10 Market space 
Pierce Wm. shoemaker, Eden st s of Orleans 
Pierson mrs Ann, Holliday st s of Bath 
Pierson Noah, boiler maker, Hamburg ste of William 
Pierson Thos. gardener, row s of Franklin st extended 
Pierson John E. mariner, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Pierson W. S. ladies' shoemaker, Cove st n of Fayette 
Pierson mrs Kesiah, York st e of Charles 
Pierson Wm. E. e side Howard st 2 door n of Conway 
Pigeon mrs Mary, grocer, w side Caroline sts of Baltimore 
Pike Ignatius, com mt. 8 Light st wharf 

Pike Abraham, firm Saml. Shaffiier & Co. Liberty s of Fayette 
Pike Samuel N. &, Bro. dry goods merchants, 1 s Charles st 
Pike Henry, & Ward, hardware mts. 19 and 21 s Calvert st 
Pilliaed Wm. baker, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Pindell Zaccheus, trunk maker, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Pindell mrs Sarah, Monument st betw Constitution and Forest 
Pindell Addi, harbour master, Aisquith st s of Low 
Pindell Thomas, Gay st near Monument 
Pindell miss F. A. mantua maker. Gay st near Aisquith 
Pindell Lewis, carter, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Pindell Mary, w side East st n ol" Douglass 
Pindle Wm. barber, 35 Centre market space 
Pineo Otis, mariner, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Pink Nicholas, carter, e side Exeter st s of Low 

Pinkerton rear of 60 South st 

Pinkney Mrs. 5 Waterloo row 

Pinkney J. cashier Chesapeake Bank, Pleasant st w of St Paul 

Pinkney Abraham, tavern, Franklin st e of Greene 

Pinkney Wm. surveyor port of Baltimore, office public store, cor 

Gay and Lombard sts. dw Waterloo row, n Calvert st 
Pinneman Henry, shoemaker, High st s of Stiles 
Piper D. A. tinner, Federal hill, dw Eutaw st n of Conway 
Piper James, Ensor st n of Madison 
Piper Philip, bacon dealer, s w cor Pearl and Fayette sts 
Piper Dr. W. E. Lexington st e of Pine 
Piper mrs Mary, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Pistor John C. tavern, Louisiana (or Lexington) st w of Jasper 
Pitcorab mrs Sarah, teacher, w side Paca st n of Fayette 



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Piquet mrs Mary, grocer, Pratt st w of Peiin 

Pitt Wm. cor Baltimore and Front sis 

Pitt Charles F. com rat. 85 Smith's wharf 

Pittman & Philips, dry goods merchants, 200 Baltimore st 

Pittman Edward, of firm, dw Greene st n of Cider alley 

Pitts Charles H. & Wm. attorneys at law, Fayette w ol' Calvert 

Pitts Mary Ann, seamstress, e side High st s of Hillen 

Pitts Thomas J. druggist, 21 Market st 

Placide Matthew, carpenter, Exeter st s of Salisbury 

Placide Henry, cooper, Frederick st dock, dw cor Baltimore and 

Exeter sts 
Plaskitt &o Cugie, booksellers, 206 Baltimore st 
Plaskitt John, of firm, dw cor Park and Monument sts 
Pleasants John P. & Sons, com mts. 56 South st 
Pleasants W. A. 85 n Greene st cor garatoga 
Piimline James, second hand dealer, n side Lombard st 2 doors 

w of Market space 
Plowma James, cabinet maker, n side Gay st w of x\isquith 
Plum Valentine, wheelwright, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Plumber John G. block &. pump maker, Lancaster w of Maiket 
Plumer Saml. painter, Charles st s of York 
Plumer Saml. drayman, Sharp st n of Hill 
Piummer Notley, huckster, corMullikin and Bond sts 
Piummer John F. watchmaker, Gay st. dw Madison e of Aisquith 
Piummer Frederick, tinner. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Piummer H. eating house, 52 Light st 
Piummer T. M. teacher, 126 Lombard st . 
Piummer & King, importers of hardware, n w corner Baltimore 

and Liberty sts 
Piummer Richard, of firm, dw Lexington st e of Pine 
Piummer J. F. watchmaker, e side Gay st 4 doors e of bridge, 

dw Madison st 
Piummer George B. ladies' shoemaker. Pearl st n of Fayette 
Piummer George, carpet weaver. Maiden lane e of East st 
Poag M. dress maker, cor Saratoga and Park sts 
Pochon C. F. s side Lexington st 5 doors w of Pine 
Pocock Thomas, intersection Harford av and Aisquith st 
Poe Neilson, attorney at law, 11 Law buildings 
Pogue Elizabeth, n side German si w of Howard 
Pohl Henry, grocer, Lancaster st e of Apple alley 
Pohle Frederick, shoemaker. Forest st s of Hillen 
Poland, Jenkins & Co hyde and leather dealers, 13 e Water st 
Police Office, City, cor Saratoga and Holliday sts 
Polk David, carpet weaver, Aisquith st n of Low 
Polk John, labourer, 12 Shakspeare st w of Market 
Pollack Henry, tailor, Pratt stoj)p President 
Pollard David, Gay st near Monument 
Pollard Seth, coroner, Granby st w of Exeter 
Polley Ellen, Light st hotel, 54 Liizht st 
Policy Richard, tavern, w side Charles st 6 doors n of Pratt 
Pollitt Alfred H. clerk, Hollins st w of Amity 



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Pollitt John E. inspector of wood, w side Hi^h st n of Stiles 

Pollman Josephine, milliner, vv side Exeter st n of Gay 

Pollock Henry, Pine st s of Mulberry 

Pollock Samuel. labourer, Fleet st e of Ann 

Pomphrey Ebenezer, painter, 34 \v Pratt st 

Poncia Anthony, figure manufacturer, 20 Harrison st 

Pont Anton, tailor, 5 Shakspeare st 

Pontier L. A. d^v 50 n Frederick st 

Poole James, n vv cor Greene and Saratoga sis 

Poole George, blacksiuith, Lombard st e ofWandsbeck 

Poole Rezin, cooper, Charles st s of Henrietta 

Poole mrs Mary, cor Sharp and Barre sts 

Poole mrs Ruth, umbrella factory, 98 w Pratt st 

Poor & Keyser, hardware merchants, 210 Baltimore st.up stairs 

Poor John H. d\y Coiirtland st s of Franklin 

Poor John F. dvv Eutaw house 

Poor mrs Mary, cor Albemarle and Stiles sts 

Pope Jacob, basket maker, cor Pearl and Raborg sts 

Pope Randolph, chair maker. Canal st n of L McElderry 

Pope George, brushmaker, \v side Front st n of Hillen 

Pope Daniel, painter. 111 w Pratt st 

Pope Richard, cordvvainer, Fleet st e of Bond 

Pope S. R. painter, 47 South st 

Pope Folger, painter, 32 s Calvert st 

Pophler Jacob, butcher, Baltimore st. Laudenslager's hill 

Popp George, tobacconist. Mulberry st e of Fine 

Popp Catharine, Wagon alley w of Howard st 

Popplein & Brothers, dry goods mts. 13 n Howard st 

Popplein J. & N. wholesale drugirists, 150 Baltimore st 

Popplein Nicholas, of firm, dw Camden st e of Howard 

Porter mrs Ellen, Tyson alley near Cathedral st 

Porter mrs Jane, w side Frederick st n of Second 

Porter mrs Elizabeth, tailoress, cor Pine and Pierce sis 

Porter C. firm Hammond Sc Porter, dw German st w of Penn 

Porter mrs Elizabeth, n side Gay st e of Forest 

Porter mrs H. tavern, se cor Ensor and Forest sts 

Porter Francis A. e side Molt st n of Gay 

Porter Henry, marble cutter, e side Forest st n of Gay 

Porter James, salesman, Lombard st w of Paca 

Porter Robert L. carter, L Hughes st w of Light 

Porter John, mariner, Lancaster st w of Wolfe 

Porter James, silver plater, Fleet st w of Market, dw 61 Ann 

Porter Sarah, cor Pratt st and Apple alley 

P.)rter Susanna, Pratt st w of Canal 

Porter Robt. B, firm Buck & Porter, dw Pratt st e of Gough 

Porter Robt. T. tailor, Market st n of Fleet 

Porter Thomas, rigger. Market sc n of Fleet 

Ports John, carpenter, Pine st n of Fayette 

Posey A. A. constable, Thomsen st e of Friendship 

Post Office, n e cor Fayette and North sts 

Post John W. draughtsman, Fawn st w of Exeter 



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Post Henry, turner, w side Howard st 4 doors n of Lombard 

Polee Maria, w side Light st s of West • 

Potee Francis, moulder, Pratt st w of Amity 

Pottenger Thomas B. U. S. Marshall, ofl5ce Court House lane, 

opp the Record office, dw 70 St Paul st 
Pottenger Thomas W. grocer and com. mt. 90 Dugan's wharf 
Potter Henry, 44 n Frederick st 
Potter Charles, joiner. Block st w of Wills 
Potter Dr Nathaniel, St Paul st opp Masonic Hall 
Potter Susan, Hampstead Hill tavern, e Baltimore st 
Potter Moses, china merchant, over cor Wine and Charles sts. 

dw se cor Franklin and St Paul sts 
Potter Elias, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Potter Thomas, watchman. Canal st of Jefferson 
Potter Elizabeth, York av n of Madison st 
Potter Elijah, ship carpenter, Hill st w of Charles 
Potter mrs Susan, Hampstead hill tavern, e Baltimore st extend- 
ed n side 
Potter mrs John, jr. tin and sheet iron manauf. cor Calvert and 

Water sts 
Potts Peter, grocer, cor Park and Richmond sts 
Pouder Wm. dw Park st n of Saratoga st 
Poulson Elizabeth & Co. fancy dry goods store, 45 w Pratt st 
Poulson Thomas H. com. mt. Light st wharf, dw 45 Pratt st 
Poulson Alexander W. firm Fickey & Poulaon, dw Fayette st 
Poultney Mrs. 5 St Paul st [e of Cove 

Pouhney Samuel, com. mt. Lombard st near Light, dw Mulber- 
ry st opp the Cathedral 
Poulton James, grocer, cor Columbia and Emory sts 
Powel Charles R. dry goods mt. C Market space, dw Aisquith 

st w of Chew 
Powell Henry, block & pump maker, McElderry's wharf s end, 

dw Aisquith st n of Holland 
Powell Lucy, grocer, s side French st w of Exeter 
Powell Morris, foundryman, Lombard st w of Amity 
Powell Thos. watchman, at depot, dw cor Lombard & Amity Bts 
Powell col. Samuel, dealer in cattle, Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Powell Robert, mariner, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Powell Clara, 15 Bath st 
Power Dr Wm. cor Liberty and Saratoga sts 
Power & O'Donald, stone cutters, Calvert st n of Franklin 
Power James & Son, produce mts. Franklin st w of Howard 
Power James, firm ditto, Franklin st near Pine 
Power Michael, teacher, Franklin st betw St Paul & Courtland 
Power Helen, Wilk st e of Market 
Powers mrs John, cor Howard and Ross sts 
Powers James, labourer, e side Apple al n of Alice Anna st 
Powhatan Manufacturing Co. German st e of Sharp st 
Powhatan steam Packet Comp'y. office 5 Light st wharf, Jacob 
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Povvles Henry, hardware mt. n w cor Howard and Saratoga sts 

Prahler — — , tailor, Louisiana st 1 door w of Jasper st 

Praker Henry, cabinet maker, 45 n Liberty st 

Pralle D. grocer, n w cor Charles st and Uhler's alley 

Pratt W. demist, e Fayette st 1 door w ol' Calvert, dw 192 

Market st 
Pratt E. & Bro. com. hardware mts. 27 and 29 s Charles st. dw 

cor Pleasant and Courlland sts 
Pratt Edward, n side Gay st n of Monument 
Pratt, Cloud & Bro. publishers of ^'Republican and Argus," 

Gay st opp Exchange 
Pratt R. H. firm Pratt, Cloud & Bro. dw Gay st n of Monument 
Preal Mrs. Union al near Ross st 
Preece Edward, grocer, cor Pitt and East sts 
Preiss Hirsch, cor Granby and High sts 
Presbyterian church (1st) Rev. John C. Backus, Fayette st bet 

Calvert and North 
Presstman Benjamin C. atty. at law. Law Buildings, St Paul st 
Presstman George, clothier, Thames st near Bond, dw Bond st 

n of Pratt 
Preston Wm. P. counsellor and attorney at law, 18 Fayette st 
Preston Wm. blacksmith. Welcome al near Sharp st. dw Hen- 
rietta st e of Light 
Preston Wm. T. bookseller, s e cor Eutaw and Lexington sts. 

dw Paca st s of Saratoga 
Preston E, M. ship carpenter, cor William and Hughes sts 
Preston mrs William, w side Paca st s of Saratoga 
Preston .John, shoemaker. Fleet st e of Caroline 
Preston George, bacon seller, L Greene st n of Conway 
Preston William, blacksmith, Welcome al e of Sharp st. dw 

Warren st 
Pretlove Sarah, tailoress, Market st n of Alice Anna 
Prevost A. French teacher, w side Paca s*^ n of Mulberry 
Price Isaiah B. boarding house, 10 s Calvert st 
Price P. mt. tailor, 60 n Howard st 
Price mrs Henry, 39 Hanover st 
Price Benj. mt. tailor, Howard st s of Madison 
Price mrs Sarah, Fell st s of Thames 
Price M. H. watchmaker, ()2 s Calvert st 
Price Israel, tanner. Mulberry st e of Pearl 
Price hon. John B. judge of Baltimore Orphans' court, dw 

Hamilton st e of Cathedral 
Price mrs M. E. tailoress, Chesnut al w of Pine st 
Price &. Thurston, fruit &> confectionery store, 139 Baltimore st 
Price A. M. firm ditto, dw Lexington st e of Park, No. 15 
Price Morgan, clerk, Aisquith st n of Madison 
Price Frederick, shoemaker, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Price Ann, seamstress, e side Beuren st n of Liberty ai 
Price Wm. rope maker, York av s of Madison st 
Price mrs C. milliner, s side Gay st e of the Bridge 
Price Eleonor, w side Potter st s of Hillea 
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Price John H. ink and blacklnoj manuf. Paca st w of Waroer, 

Price A. M. grocer, cor Hanover and Montgomery sts 

Price Margaret A. Granby st e of Gough 

Price Susan, Ann st e side n of Wilk 

Price Elizabeth, Caroline st n of Wilk 

Price Andrew, ship smith, w Falls av City Block 

Price Ephraim, firm Boston & Price, dw se cor Light st and 

Sugar al 
Pridgeon John, porter, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Primrose Wm. cedar cooper, n side Gay st w of Mott 
Primrose mrs Ann, confectioner, n side Gay st w of Mott 
Primrose Wm. pattern maker, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Prince capt David, Eden st s of Gough 
Prince John, labourer, w side Caroline st s of Wilk 
Prince capt John, Lombard st 3 doors e of the Bridge 
Prince David, mariner, Gough st w of Caroline 
Prince Conrad, labourer. Fleet st w of Caroline 
Prince L. n side Gay st e of Forest 
Prince^David B. principal of female high school, Paca st 2d door 

s of Lexington 
Prince Wm. A. potter, Caroline st s of Pitt 
Prince David B. conlectionery and fruit store, 52 w Lexington 

st near Howard 
Prince Catharine, York av n of Madison st 
Prince Caspar, hatter, 5 Thames st 
Prindle John, brewer, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Printz Henry, labourer, e side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Prior John B. grocer and cooper, 67 Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
Pritchard Thomas, cabinet maker, Holland st w of Eden 
Pritchard Nicholas B. clerk, Albemarle st n of Lombard 
Procter Margaret, tailoress, w side Forest st near Market 
Procter Edward, mt. tailor, se cor Calvert st and Lovely lane 
Procter Wm. hardware mt. 4 Pratt st. dw 73 s High st 
ProfTen Henry, cooper, Madison st near Biddle 
Proud Robt. M. firm Sm.ith & Proud, dw Eutaw st 3d door n of 

Mulberry 
Proud John G. w side Eutaw st^ 3d door n of Mulberry 
Prutz Frederick, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Lewis 
Pry John, engineer, Sugar al w of William st 
Pryor Henry, carpenter, 75 Harrison st 
Pryor Geo. W. coachmaker, 12 n Frederick st. dw 14* ditto 
Pryor Edward, carpenter, Poppleton st s of Fayette 
Pryor Benj. P. labourer, Rock st n of Lexington 
Pryor Edward, collector, w side Front st s of Low 
Pryor mrs Emeline, fancy store, 4 e Baltimore st 
Pryor John, tailor, Slemmer alley s of Stiles st 
Public School No. 1 n e cor Green and Fayette sts 
Public warehouse, s e cor Gay and Lombard sts. 
Pue Dr Arthur & Son, 30 Hanover st 
Pue miss Margaret, 44 n Charles st 



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Pugh David P. engineer to Gas works, dw adjoining Gas Go's, 
office, North st 

Pugh James, shipwright, cor Fleet and Ann sts 

Puiilot Leon, clock and watchmaker, 64 n Gay st 

Pullen capt Randall, Baltimore st e of Caroline 

Pullet Saml. J. labourer, 3 Bath st 

Puliy capt James, cor Wilk and Wolfe sts 

Pulvermacher , lace store, 21 w Pratt st 

Purcell , wood yard, cor Exeter and Salisbury sts. dw 62 s 

Frederick st 

Purcell John J. carpenter, Pine st n of Saratoga 

Purden Wm. carpenter, 17 Saratoga st e of Park 

Purden Tergus, carpenter, Columbia st e of Cove 

Purdy John, machinist, Hollins st w of Poppleton 

Purdy mrs John, cor Pratt and Albemarle sts 

Purnel Geo. wagoner, n side Lombard st 2 doors e of Charles 

Purpur C butcher, Columbia st w of Emory 

Purpur John, butcher, St Peter's st w of Scott 

Pursley James, comb maker, Saratoga st e of Howard 

Purviance Saml. justice peace, St Paul st near Fayette 

Purviance Robert, Courtland st n of Pleasant 

Purviance Robert, jr. atty. at law, w side Frederick st n of Se- 
cond, dw e side Gay st s of Baltimore 

Purviance hon. John, judge Baltimore Co. Court, dw e side Gay 
st s of Baltimore st 

Purvis J. F. dw Harford av n of Aisquith st 

Pyfer W. B. firm S. Scribner & Co. 37 Exchange place 

^:^UAIL Jas. R. cooper, w side Grant st 2d door n of Lombard 

Quail Conrad, Lexington st w of Amity 

Quail Thomas A. huckster, cor Alice Anna and Eden sts 

Quail Geo. K. hat store, 56 w Pratt st 

Quanman Henry, shoemaker, Jasper st s of Saratoga 

Quanman Henry, shoemaker, n side Carpenter's al 3d door w of 

Howard 
Quay Thomas, carpenter, Eden st n of Pitt 
Queen Harriet, washer, Gilmore's alley 



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gly John, watchmaker, Penn av near Hoffman st 

n Isaiah, barber, 78 Bond st 

ncy capt John D. mariner, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 

nlan J. F. firm Quinlan &, Watkins, e side Front st n of Pitt 

nlan L. G. prop'r. of hand tavern, cor Paca st and Paca al 

nlan B. W. &. J. carpenters, w side Grant st near Baltimore 

nn James, Holliday st n of Bath 

nn Patrick Holliday st n of Bath 

nn Charles, hackman, Gravel al s of Franklin st 

nn James, carpenter, Eulaw court opp Eutaw church 

nn Wm. labourer, Davis st n of Bath 

nn Hugh, Bell alley near Davis st 

nn mrs Sarah, Pitt st w of Canal 

nn Edward, labourer, Columbia st w of Scott 



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nn James, carter, Bank st e of Exeter 

nn Robert, stevadore, Apple al n of Lancaster st 

nn Michael, shoemaker, cor Bath and Holliday sts 

nn Thomas, bailiff, Wilk st e of President 

nn Patrick, shoemaker, s w cor Mercer and Grant st 

rk Thomas, labourer, William st s of Armistead lane 

isick Edward, printer, e side Bond st s of Lombard 



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.l:%,AAB misses Susanna & Maroraret, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Raab mrs Julia F. State st n of Mulberry 

Raabe Wm. tavern, Pratt st vv of Penn 

Rabe John F. box maker. Grant st near Baltimore 

Raborg Christopher, coppersmith and brass (bunder, 12 w Pratt 

St. dw Pratt st e of Euiaw 
Raborg Goddard, iron foundry and smith shop, s Howard st 5 
doors n of Pratt, dw cor Pratt and Eutavv sts — see adver- 
tisement, paore 25 
Raborg Dr C. H. 106 w Pratt st 
Rach Christian, mariner, Wilk st e of Bond 
Racker Joseph, groeer, Richmond st e of Lerew's alley 
Radecke D. H. box maker, 5 New Church st 
Radecke John, do. do 

Rafael Stephen, Jasper st n of Franklin st 
Raine William, printer, over n e cor Holliday and Baltimore sts. 

dw 100 s Sharp 
Rainer Solomon, fisherman, Wayne st w of Howard 
Rains capt Lewis, Gough st w of Bond 
Kainz Christoph, piano forte maker, Jew's £^1 near Marion st 
Raiter Thomas,clerk Fire Ins. office, dw 91 Conway st 
Ramsay Ann, Thames st opp Caroline 
Ramsey Alex, comb maker, Lexington st w of Cove 
Ramsey Wm. brushmaker, 17 n Howard st 
Ramsey John, book keeper, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Ramsey Albert, engineer, Montgomery st w of William 
Ramsey John, labourer, w side Canal st n of Wilk 
Ramsey Jos. A. circulating library and book store, 42 Market st 
Ramsey Wm. A. tinner, Market st s of Lancaster 
Ramsey Isaac, Fleet st e of Bond 

Ramsey Jviseph, Thames st. dw Market st s of Lancaster 
Ramsey miss Elizabeth, principal of Academy, 21 n Gay st 
Randall D. A. firm Benlley, Randall & Co. dw 1 18 n Calvert st 
Randall Wm. ropemaker, cor Lombard and Bond sts 
Randall mrs Dorcas, boarding house, Franklin st w of Cove 
Randall Wm. painter, 59 Front st. dw 61 Front 
Randall J. W. painter, w side Front st n of Catholic church 
Randall Elisha, bailiff, do do do do 

Randall Elisha, jr. chair painter, w side Front st s of Low- 
Randall Beall, labourer. Bank lane near Aisquilh st 
Randall J. K. com. mt. 104 Smith's wharf, dw Paca st w of L 
Randall Mrs. w side High st n of Pitt 
Paca 



RAN 317 REA 

Randall D. A. & Co. mineral water manufacturers, under Bar- 

num's City Hotel cor Calvert 8t Fayette sts— see ad. p. 4 

Randall mrs S. A. n of Montg'ry. st w of Light, Gould's court 

Randall John, grocer, ne corner Hanover and Camden sts. dw 

Conway st 
Randolph Eliza, Clay st w of Park 
Randolph John W. firm Denny & Randolph, dw cor Market & 

Wilk sts 
Randolph James T. carver, Lancaster st w of Ann, dw Wilk st 

e of Ann 
Randolph A. G. firm Baily & Randolph, dw Wilk st e of Ann 
Rankin Samuel, grocer, n e cor Ensor and Potter sts 
Randel John, carpenter, e side Bond st s of Baltimore 
Ransdell John, bookseller, cor Jasper and Mulberry sts 
Raphael Gatchel, com. mt. Howard st. dw West st w of Light 
Rapley Wm. state inspector. Canal st n of Jefferson 
Rarick H. carpenter. Belle Air road 
Rarick John Frederick, carpenter, Belle Air road 
Rasin Joseph, vinegar depot, 108 Dugan's wharf 
Rasinard John, Madison st w of Beuren 
Ratcliff' Richard, cor Pratt and Howard sts 
Ratcliffe Q. W. dw 16 Saratoga st w of Liberty 
Rathell Isaiah, fisher, Hamburg st Federal hill 
Ratliff'Wm. com. mt. w side Commerce st. dw Paca 
Ratliff Mrs. 14 Liberty st 

Ratliff Wm. mt Commerce st. dw Paca st s of Lombard 
Rau Anthony, "Washington Gardens" cor Penn av and Green- 
willow st 
Rau & Smith, flour rats, cor Franklin and Paca sts 
Rau John C. firm ditto, dw Penn av near Biddle st 
Rauch Nicholas, w side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Rausch George, carpenter, Madison st e of Biddle 
Rausch John, shoemaker, Richmond st e of Lerew's alley 
Rawitz Henry, shoemaker, e side Front st s of Low 
Rawlings mrs A. E. Barre st e of Sharp ^ 
Ray Andrew, cooper, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Ray James, carpenter, Emory si n of Columbia 
Ray Adam, millwright, York st e of Charles 
Ray capt Allen, Hill st w of Charles 
Rayfield Wm. P. dry goods mt. 56 i Hanover st 
Rayhice Dominick, letter carrier, Saratoga st wof Chatsworth 
Raymo Modest, hatter, 57 n Gay st 
Raymond Eliza, boarding house, Entaw st s of Conway 
Raymond S. W. fur dealer, 15 Light st wharf 
Rea J. H. tailor, cor South & Pratt sis. dw George st e of Pine 
Rea George, brickmaker, Paca st e of Long Green 
Read Wm. Aisquith st s of Douglass 
Read Samuel, cooper, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Read Larkin, feed store, ne cor Gay and Monument sts 
Read Samuel, carpenter, do do do 

Read Wm. boarding house, w side Cliarles st 2d door s of Pratt 
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Read Wm. Geo. attorney at law, St Paul 8t s of Saratoga, dwr 

Mulberry st e of Park 
Reader Caspar, shoemaker, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Reading room, Exchange buildings, William G. Lyford keeper 
Reading room 1st Baltimore Hose Co., Sharp st s of German 
Ready Wm. carpenter, Madison st vv of Howard 
Ready mrs Elizabeth, Paca st w of L Green 
Ready, Ballard & Co. sailmakers, n w cor Light st wharf and 

Camden st 
Ready Samuel, firm ditto, dw cor Hanover st and Welcome al 
Reany John G. grocer, 26 e Baltimore st 
Reany William, e side High st n of Baltimore st 
Reany R. W. e side High st n of Baltimore 
Rebeere Robert, shoemaker, 67 Pitt st 
Reboch John, cabinet maker, 6 Albemarle st 
Reckert George, harness maker, Baltimore st e of Green 
Reckert Louis, cabinet maker, cor Alice Anna and Bond sts 
Record office, St Paul st cor Lexington 
Redding Wm. firm Lindsey & Redding, tailors, dw Franklin st 

near Chatsworth 
Reddish Rachel, Wilk st w of Ann 
Redefor Charles, painter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Redefor John, sand paper maker, Ross st extended 
Redgrave S. H. constable, 114 s Sharp st 
Redgrave Dr. Thos. J. office 114 s Sharp st 
Redgrave Isaac, watchman, cor Fleet st and Happy alley 
Redish capt Wm. K. 19 Fleet st 
Redman Samuel, shoemaker, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Redmond Henry, labourer, n side French st w of Forest 
Reed Lyman, com wool dealer, 23 s Charles st. dw n side Fay- 
ette betw Pine and Cove 
Reed Richard, painter, Lexingt.on'st w of Poppleton' 
Reed Michael H. grocer, Lexington st betw Paca and Howard 
Reed Joseph, labourer, Holliday st n of Bath 
Iteed mrs Mary, boarding house. Mulberry st e of Park 
Reed Francis, baker. Mulberry st e of Pearl 
Reed mrs Sarah, huckster. Union st near Ross 
Reed mrs Isabella, cor Mulberry and Pearl sts 
Reed John, Monument st w of Caroline 
Reed Mrs. 109 n Eutaw st 

Reed Wm. C. huckster, w side Potter st n of Hillen 
Reed John G. Carpenter's row n of Pratt st w of Amity 
Reed Oliver H. stone cutter. Cove st n of Columbia 
Reed Edward, labourer, Armistead lane w of William st 
Reed Thomas, Montgomery st w of Light 
Reed Chas. wood corder, Henrietta st w of William 
Reed Robert, ship carpenter, 66 Market st 
Reed & Craig, dry goods dealers, 6 and 18 Centre market space 
Reed Alexander, dw 8 Centre market space 
Reeder Ch^s. machinist, Hughes st e of William, dw Henrietta 
e of Charles 



REE 319 REI 

Reeder Mrs. L Hughes st w ofLifrht 

Reeder Amos, engineer, e side Light st s of Sugar alley 

Reeder Jacob, tinner, n side Water st e of Light 

Reeder Chas. engineer, e side Light st 3 doors s of Sugar alley 

Reekers John Joseph^ prof, mathennatics, corFleet and Market 

Reemer Thomas, steamboat hand, Montgomery st w of liight 

Reese Wm. tailor, 58 n Gay st 

Reese John, grocer, 62 n Howard st 

Reese Rev. E. Y. editor "Methodist Protestant," dw Mulberry 

st e of Pine 
Ree.'^e mrs Susan, seamstress, cor Lewis and Holland sts 
Reese Wm. blacksmith. Constitution st n of French 

Reese tailor, w side East st n of Ensor 

Reese Daniel M. brickmaker, Paca st w of the bend 

Reese John E. teller in Farmers' and Planters' Bank, dw corner 

German and Greene sts 
Reese John E. millwright, Hanover st s of York 
Reese John L. brickmaker, 136 s Sharp st cor Lee 
Reese Wm. brickmaker. Sharp st n of Lee 
Reese Margaret, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Reese Jacob, pilot, Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Reese Rev. D. E. principal of academy, AVilk st e of Bond 
Reese Wm. Smith, chemist and druorgist, cor Market and Fleet 
Reese Wm. D. basket maker, 9 Caroline st n of Gough 
Reese Thos. L. grocer, n e cor Hanover and Pratt sts 
Reeve Wm. Raborg st e of Cove 
Reeve Wm. blacksmith, Schroeder st n of Lombard 
Reeves James, painter, e side Ann st n of Gough 
Reeves Joseph F. watchmaker, jeweller, and silversmith, &c. 4^ 

Baltimore st. dw Pratt e of Gough 
Reeves John A. tanner, w end Saratoga st 

Regan John, watchman, Ross st near Eutaw 

Regan James, liquor shop, n e cor Light and York sts 

Regans Killam, labourer, e side Tripolelt's alley near Second st 

Register Joshua, brass founder, w side Spring st n of Bank 

Rehine Z. s w cor Hanover and German sts 

Reid Rev. James, s w cor Pitt and Aisquiih sts 

Reifsnider L. S. hatter, 26 n Howard st. dw cor Saratoga stand 
Run alley 

Reifsnider Wm. hatter, Howard st. dw 146 n Eutaw 

Reifsnider Jacob, paver, Canal st n of Orleans 

Reigart Philip, Second st n of Gay, dw cor Bait and East sis 

Reiley James, 73 n Exeter st 

Reilly Dennis, grocer, n e cor Howard and Madison sis 

Reilly Matthew, grocer, n w cor Potter and Low sis 

Reilly Wm. Star alley n of Fleet st 

Reilly mrs E. L. shop keeper. Swan st 

Reilly P. E. hatter, 23, 24 and 25 Maryland Arcade 

Reilly George, grocer, n w cor Frederick and Lombard sts 

Reilly P. & G. '^Exchange tavern and hotel," and hack prop, 
Lombard st 2d door w of Frederick — see adv. page 27 



REI 320 REP 

Reilly rnrs Alice, grocer, s vv cor Concord and Lombard sts 
Reilly Bernard, porter, s side Mercer st e of Light, over Pol. off. 
Reilly John, wholesale and retail fruiterer and confectioner, 222i 

Baltimore st 
Reily Philip, labourer, s \v cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Reinds Deiderich, e side Jew alley 
Reinecker Ann M. w side Sharp st 8 doors s of German 
Reinecker Edwd. & Henry, counting room, 37 Hanover st 
Reinhardt C. C. surgical instrument maker, 8 Light st 
Reinhardt Bernard, shoemaker, Park st s of Saratoga 
Reinhardt Henry, shoemaker, Guilford alley w of Light st 
Reinhart E. grocery and liquor store. Fell st s of Thames 
Reinicher Edward, s side Lombard st e of Eutaw 
Reinicker John, watchman, w side Fast st n of Hillen 
Reins Christopher, w side Jew alley 
Reip A. H. dw Lexington st \v of Pine 
Reip Edward H. tinner, 7 s Calvert st. dw Baltimore st betw 

Paca and Greene 
Reip Henry, tinner, w side Paca st s of Lexington 
Reip Henry, tailor. Sterling st e of Mott 
Reiper Henry, carpenter, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Reipert Jacob, tailor, Pratt st e of Centre market space 
Reipsamer Henry, labourer, e side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Reis Ludvvig, tailor, cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Reis Emanuel, merchant tailor, cor Pratt and President sts 
Reis Rev. Abraham, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Reisinger George, shoemaker, Biddle st near Ross 
Reisinger mrs E. 14S n Paca st 

Reister miss Caroline, dress maker, Saratoga st w of Park 
Reister Elias, saddler, s side Hillen st 2 doors e of East 
Reiter Peter, labourer, near int. Cove and Eutaw sts 
Reiter mrs Mary, seamstress. Sharp st s of Conway 
Reiterfresh Simon, labourer, Canton 
Reitz Henry L. grocer, cor Eutaw and Camden sts 
Reitz Lewis, glass blower, Henry st n of Hughes 
Reitz Wm. tailor. High st n of Siiles 

Reitz Harman, firm HendorfF& Reitz, cor Fleet and Bond sts 
Remare A. family and general confectioner, n e cor Baltimore 

and Frederick sts 
Rembrant John, carpenter, Lowst e of Forest 
Remmington Arabella, w side Ann st n of Fleet 
Remmy Edward, stone ware potter, dw Bait st e of Poppleton 
Renner Joseph, bricklayer, Tyson st near Tyson alley 
Renoff F. boot maker, s side Ensorst e of Mott 
Renshaw John, halter, Pacn st near Franklin 
Renshaw Harriet, w side East st n of Ensor 
Rentz Francis, baker, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Renwick R. cabinet ware rooms, and hair mattress maker, 84 n 

Howard st 
Reppart Lewis, prop, steam railway, Montgomery st extended, 

foot of Federal hill 



REP 321 RHO 

Reppart George, Montgomery si exl'd. foot Federal hill 
Republican and Argus, Pratt, Cloud, & Bro. prop. Gay st opp. 

Exchange 
Reservoir House, John Friederich, proprietor, Charles st ext'd. 

n of Washington Monument 
Resgh Valentine, tavern, Wolfe st near Fell 
Reside mrs Mary, grocer, cor High and Fawn sts 
Retan Samuel, millwright, s side Baltimore st e of Eden 
Retasil mrs Mary., grocer, Columhia st e of Scott 
Retiker Howard A. ornamental painter, Bank st e of Exeter 
Retrace Jacob F. shoemaker, Hanover st n of York 
Reuster George, tailor, w side Paca st s of Lexington 
Reuter Andrew, locksmith and hell hanger, 37 Harrison st , 
Reycrofi Chas. mariner, e side Bond st n of Fleet 
Reynolds Isaac & Sons, provision com mts. Lombard and Bal- 

derslon sts e of Charles 
Reynolds I. dw Sharp st betw Lombard and Pratt 
Reynolds & Smith, grocers and com mts. 38 n Howard st 
Reynolds Wm. of firm, dw Lexington st 3 doors e of Howard 
Reynolds mrs Catharine B. 249 n Ho-.vard st 
Reynolds Thomas, cooper, w side Light st n of Montgomery 
Reynolds E. W. bricklayer. Mulberry st w of Pine 
Reynolds John, horse shoer, Balderston st. dw Charles 2 doors s 

of Lombard 
Reynolds mrs Joseph W. n w cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Reynolds Mrs. New st e of Paca 
Reynolds Linzey, carpenter. Monument st w of Eden 
Reynolds H. & J. carpenters. High st near Low 
Reynolds Henry, of firm, dw 92 n High st 
Reynolds Washington, car driver, row w of Eutaw st s of Car- 
penter's alley 
Reynolds John, painter, L Greene st s of Conway 
Reynolds John, carpenter^ cor Charles and York sts 
Reynolds Benj. carpenter, Lombard st wot" Canal 
Reynolds J. W. & E. grocers and com mts. 10 Light st wharf 
Reynolds Edward, of firm, dw n w cor Sharp and Perry sts 
Rhein Philip, tailor, e side Exeter st s of Low 
Rhichiberger Joseph, pedlar, 17 Fleet st 
Rhinehart & Taylor, box makers, L Sharp st near Baltimore, and 

German e of Sharp 
Rhinehart Charles, of firm, dw 68 n Liberty st 
Rhinehart Philip, carpenter, n side Gay st w of Mott 
Rhineman Harriet, Bath st w of Holliday 
Rhoads Henry, Lexington st w of Pine 
Rhoads Pool, tavern, Ferry bar, Light st s of West 
Rhoads Benj. C. dw 46 n Liberty st 

Rhoads Willard, ship broker and com mt. 61 Smith's wharf 
Rhodes John R. dry goods dealer, 4 and 5 Baltimore Arcade 
Rhodes Frederick, machinist, Hollins st w of Poppleton 
Rhodes Zachariah, firm F. Johnson & Co. Lexington e of Cove 
Rhodes George, dry goods dealer^ 69 w Lexington st 



RHO 322 RIC 



Rhodes John H. tobacco inspector^ Hanover st n of Lee 

Rhoea John, varnisher, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Rhul Joseph, labourer, Canton e of Harris's creek 

Ricard J. N. shoemaker, e side Light st 2d door s of York 

Ricards John R. & Co. dry ^oods merchant, 185 Baltimore st 

Ricards J. R. d\v n Charles st 

Rice mrs Eliza, Maiden lane e of East st 

Rice Wm. T. block and pump maker, 7 Light st wharf, dw e side 

Hanover st betw Hill and Montgomery. 
Rice mrs Sarah, cor Jasper and Mulberry sts 
Rice Matthew, snuff man, e side Beuren st s of Madison 
Rice John, musician, 42 Park st 

Rice Patrick, labourer, e side Apple alley n of Lancaster st 
Rich Dr. 74 Camden st 
Rich Dr. Arthur, 91 Hanover st 

Richard Auguste, watchmaker, s side Fayette st w of St Padl 
Richards Mrs. n side Fayette st e of Pine 
Richards Saml. nightman, e side Light st n of Montgomery 
Richards mrs Margaret, matron of asylum for female children, 

(Christ church,) 32 n Frederick st 
Richards mrs Margaret, dairy, \v side Charles st s of Lombard 
Richards mrs Mary, tailoress, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Richards miss Ann M. dress maker, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Richards Francis A. potter, w side Exeter st s of French 
Richards Timothy, wheelwright, & mattress maker, e side High 

st 2 doors s of Hillen, dw do. 8 doors s of do. 
Richards John, wheelwright, e side High st s of Hillen 
Richards Patrick, labourer, vs side Spring st n of Gough 
Richards Francis, Cross st w of William 
Richards Wm. shoemaker, Lombard st opposite Lloyd 
Richards Jonathan, feed store, s w cor Fleet and Caroline sts 
Richardson mrs Robert R. s w cor Fayette and Pine sts 
Richstrdson George R. States' attorney, Court house lane 
Richardson Margaret, mantua maker. Pleasant st w of Holliday 
Richardson N. collector, 70 Harrison st 
Richardson W. L. agent for Bait. City and County A|ms house, 

23 n Frederick st 
Richardson Geo. cooper. Liberty st s of Lexington 
Richardson Benj. B. dw 75 n Liberty st 

R'chardson B. V. dry goods mt. 133ik Bait. st. dw 77 n Liberty 
Richardson mrs Rachel, dress maker, Mulberry st w of Park 
Richardson Rachel, seamstress, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Richardson Wm. A. Eutaw court opp Eutaw church 
Richardson Wm. shoemaker. Pine st s of Franklin 
Richardson & Jones, dry goods mts. 21 Baltimore st — see adver- 

tisement page 24 
Richardson Edwd. Arnold, of firm, dw Pitt st e of East 
Richardson Edward, dry goods mt. 39 Baltimore st. dw Conway 

3 doors w of Charles 
Richardson Beale H. dry goods merchant, 173 Baltimore st. dw 

n Paca st cor Cross alley 



RIC 323 RID 

Richardson Geo. W. firm Wm. McDonald &. Co. dw cor Ais- 

quith and Jackson sts 
Richardson Samuel, Canal st s of Monument 
Richardson mrs M. A. seamstress, Eden st s of Orleans 
Richardson Samuel B. grocer, e side High sts of Gay 
Richardson Joseph, hatter, Schroeder st s of Hollins 
Richardson Thomas, boiler maker, Pratt st w of Penn 
Richardson James, rigger, 11 Alice Anna st 
Richardson J. collector, n e cor Light and Mercer sts 
Richardson John, wheelwright. Fleet st e of Washington 
Richardson Wm. H millwright, Stiles st w of Exeter 
Richardson John W. ship builder, lower end Philpot st. dw Phil- 
pot w of Thames 
Richardson John W. dry goods mt. 23 Baltimore st. dw e Bal- 
timore st w of East 
Richardson D. 102 Dugan's wharf 
Richers Nicholas, grocer, cor L Hughes and Charles sts 
Richmond Henry, e side Eutavv st n of Franklin 
Richmond John, plane maker, alley n of Lee st e of Howard 
Richstein J. & G. sugar refiners, cor Lombard, Concord and 

Hawk sts 
Richstein George, of firm, dw Lombard st w of Eutaw 
Richsiein J. of firm, dw Lombard st w of Eutaw 

Richter Lexington st e of Rock 

Richter Frederick, wood seller, Columbia st e of Emory 

Richter D. baker, cor Light st and Armistead lane 

Rickards J. R. 5S n Charles st 

Rickett Philip, cabinet maker, Wilk st e of Bond 

Ricketts David, flour inspector, e side Paca st s of Saratoga 

Ricketts Daniel, machinist, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Ricketts Margaret, dress maker, s side Baltimore st w of Spring 

Ricketts Hugh, n w cor Greene and Mulberry sts, dw at Mrs. 

Burgess's 
Rickey, Spedden & Co. sailmakers, 11 Light st wharf 
Riddle James, shoemaker, w Falls avenue n of Pratt st 
Rider Andrew, feed store, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Rider Solomon, pedlar, 77 Bond st 
Rider Peter, tavern, cor Franklin and Jasper sts 
Rider Alexander, saddler, cor Jasper and New sts 
Rider Peter, machinist, cor Hollins and Amity 
Rider Washington, brickraaker, Lee st e of Howard 
Rider Margaret, tailoress, Granby st e of Exeter 
Rider Bogart, labourer, Wolfe stn of Alice Anna 
Rider Aaron, segar factory, 39 Bond st 
Rider miss Elizabeth, tailoress, Mulberry st w of Pine 
Ridgate Benj. C. attorney at law, and solicitor in chancery, Fay- 
ette st cor St Paul 
Ridgaway S. C. hatter, 24 n Eutaw st — see advert, page 18 
Ridgaway & Danskin, patent Okum factory, e side Falls avenue 
opp Fish market 



RID 324 RIL 

Ridcaway Wm. C. justice of peace, 34 Second st w of Cen. mar- 
ket, dw l28 Ensor st vv of Monument 
Ridgaway Sarah, milliner, s side Ensor si \v of Monument 
Ridgavvay Sarah L. Alice Anna st vv of Caroline 
Ridf^away & Hartman, clothiers, cor Market space and Lombard 
Ridgaway Wm. of lirm, dw Pratt st w of Albemarle 
Ridgely David, dry goods mt. 143 Baltimore st. dw 15 Bait st 
Ridgeiy Charles W. attorney at law. Court house lane, dw cor 

Greene and Saratoga sts 
Ridgely Edward, 108 Hanover st 

Ridgely Chas. T. town hall lott'y com. Saratoga st e of Howard 
Ridgely James L. 16 n Frederick st 
Ridgely David, 6 Waterloo row 
Ridgely John, cor Saratoga and Charles sts 
Ridgely Archibald G. police officer, 15 Mercer st. dw Centre e 

of Howard 
Ridgely Nicholas, chair maker, 53 South st 
Ridgely & Son, dry goods mts. 15 Baltimore st 
Ridgely W. H. & Co. dry goods mts. 53 Baltimore st 
Ridgely W. H. dw Charles st near Barre 
Ridgely Noah, justice of peace, s e cor Howard st and Getz alley 

Ridgley Ellen S. seamstress, e side Potter st s of Gay 

Rieder Lawrence, blacksmith, IC Thames st 

Riehl Conrad, tailor, President st n of Wilk 

Riely Saml. bookbinder, over 103 Baltimore st 

Riely John, cooper, cor Gough and Spring sis 

Riely Addison 13. firm Pendleton, Long & Riely, dw Greene st 
2 doors s of German 

Rieman Henry &. Son, provision mts. cor Howard 8c Fayette sts 

Rieman Henry, dw cor Pearl and Lexington sts 

Rieman Wm.' J. of firm, dw n w cor Eutaw and Lexington sts 

Riepe Henry, tailor, Sterling st e of Molt 

Rigby Henry G. tailor, Gouuh st w of Caroline 

Rigby Levin, wheelwright. Hart's alley near e Falls avenue 

Rigden JohnE. hardware mt. 18 Hanover st 

Rigdon Mrs. w side Exeter st s of Low 

Rigdon John, confeciioner, Conway st w of L Greene 

Riggen mrs Eliza A. W. 59 n Liberty st 

Riggen mrs Sophia, Henrietta st w of Light 

Riggen Rhoda, Alice Anna st w of Washington 

Riggen Wm. Fayetle st e of Paca 

Rigger Lawrence, machinist, York st w of Charles 

Riggin Wm. milk seller, w side Light st s of West 

Riggs Saml. firm Peabody, Riggs & Co. dw corner Franklin and 
Cathedral sis 

Riggs George, constable, Ross st near Biddle 

Rigle Wm. turner, Lee st e of Hanover 

Riley Dr. Wm. 37 Fayette st e of Calvert 

Riley Andrew, china dealer, 33 s Calvert st. dw e side Exeter 
st s of Pratt 

Riley mrs Catharine, grocer, 63 Harrison st 



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Riley Thomas, shoemaker. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 

Riley Patrick, labourer, Lerevv's alley s of Richmond st 

Riley Michael, soap and candle seller, cor Park and L Pleasant 

Riley mrs Ann, Monument st e ofEnsor 

Riley Adam G. painter. Gay st. dw Madison w of Canal 

Riley mrs Bridget, proprietor of Sulphur pump, Harford avenue 

opposite rope walk 
Riley Ann, French st s of Centre 
Riley Thomas, grocer. Gay st nearly opp Mott 
Riley Mary, seamstress, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Riley mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, German st e of Pine 
Riley A. B. firm of Pendleton, Long & Riley, dw Greene st 2 

doors s of German 
Riley George, blacksmith, York st e of Light 
Riley Henry, labourer, Wayne st w of Sharp 
Riley John, labourer, cor Cross and William sts 
Riley Patrick, tavern, cor Wilk and President sts 
Rimbies Jacob, carpenter, cor McHenry al and Poppleton st 
Rimby Reuben, moulder, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Rinars Diederich, cabinet maker, Jew's alley near Marion st 
Rineker John, watchman, w side East st n of Hillen 
Ring David, teacher, Gough st w of Caroline 
Ring Elizabeth, fancy store, Market st s of Alice Anna 
Ring John, labourer, e side Apple alley n of Lancaster st 
Ringgold mrs Mary, Pleasant st e of Charles 
Ringgold mrs Mary, Pine st n of Saratoga 
Ringgold Edward, tailor, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Ringgold Peregrine, carpenter, 35 South st 
Ringgold Mary, boarding house, over 35 South st 
Ringrose M. &. Co. dry goods store, 27 n Howard st 
Ringrose John W, dentist, 27 n Howard st 
Ringrose James, sailmaker, Washington st n of Fleet 
Ringrose mrs Amelia, Hampstead st w of Strawberry alley 
Ringrose mrs Susan, Block st w of Wills 
Ringrose James, shipwright, Block st w of Wills 
Ritcher Wm. carter, Mullikin st e of Caroline 
Riter Hammond, tailor, 10 Baltimore st 
Ritter Henry, weaver, Columbia st w of Greene 
Ritter Bernard, milkman, West ste of Charles 
Rittew Wm. M. slone mas(tn, Perry st betvv Sharp and Howard 
Ritzius John, tailor, Eden st s of Gough 
Roach James, fancy goods dealer, Baltimore Arcade 
Roach John, cooper, rear of 60 South st.dw Wayne e of Howard 
Roach Ann, grocer, Saratoga st e of Park 
Roach J. J. painter, 15 s Charles st 
Roach Wm. shoemaker. Second st e of South 
Roach Wm. tailor, s side Lombard st e of Frederick 
Roach mrs Julia Anna, Orleans st e of Canal 
Roach Wra. shoemaker, cor Eden st and Union alley 
Roach Edward, drayman, Front st s of Plowman 
Roach Robert, painter, Conway st e of "Warner 
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ROA 326 ROB 

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Roach Patrick, Conway st w of Howard 

Roaohe Bridget, 19 Alice Anna st 

Roar Leonard, cabinet maker, 24 New Church st 

Robb John, cooper, rear of St Mary's st e of Penn avenue 

Robb J. A. & Co. ship builders, e end Thames st 

Robb John, dw Thames st betw Ann and Market 

Robb EHakim T. of firm, Gough st near Spring 

Robb John, jr. boarding house, n e cor Low and Exeter sts 

Robb John, jr. Lombard st w of Lioyd 

Robbinscapt Albion, Pratt st e of Caroline 

iioberts & Atkinson, apothecaries & druggists, s w cor Baltimore 

and Hanover sis 
Roberts B. R. of firm, dw Lombard st w of Greene 
Roberts Rev. John M. Orleans st e ol Strawberry alley 
Roberts Wra. D. carpenter, Eden st n of Pitt 
Roberts Wm. shoemaker, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Roberts John B. shoemaker, Strawberry alley n of Orleans st 
Roberts Joshua, plaislerer, e of Ensor st n of Madison 
Roberts mrs Eliza, seamstress, Wayne st w ol' Howard 
Roberts Joseph, caulker, Montgonery st e of Charles 
Roberts Rev. Dr. George C. M. 131 Hanover st 
Roberts Hugh, pilot, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Roberts Samuel, segar maker. Fleet st e of Bond 
Roberts Franklin, rigger, Philpot st w of Thames 
Roberts Edwd. P. editor Amer. Farmer, cor Exeier and Bank sts 
Robertson John T. cedar cooper, 20 n Hov/ard si 
Robertson Elizabeth, dry iroods dealer, 57 Hanover st 
Robertson Wm. dw Franklin st e of St Paul 
Robertson mrs C. Madison st e ol Howard 
Robertson mrs Sarah, e side Gay st near Mott 
Robertson David, ropemaker, Cross st w of William 
Robertson Wm. shipping office, 29 Thames st 
Robertson G. M. commission merchant, over 50 s Gay st. dw 

Lombard 3 doors e of the bridge 
Robins mrs Eve, 36 n Howard st 

Robinson James A. shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Robinson Thomas, ale and oyster house, 6 Light st 
Robinson Ann, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 
Robinson Joseph, printer, stationer, &c. 110 Baltimore st. dw 

s e cor Charles and Franklin • 
Robinson Wm. H. blacksmith, w side Ann si n of Lancaster 
Robinson Hugh, 322 n Howard st 
Robinson capt Rowland, Market st n of Wilk 
Robinson John, 322 n Howard st 
Robinson Samuel, confectioner, 66 w Pratt st 
Robinson Edward W. carpenter, Market sts of Bank 
Robinson Arthur, book binder, Howard st n of Richmond 
Robinson George W. firm Tucker & Robinson, dw Albemarle st 

1 door n of Lombard 
Robinson Joseph J. brickmaker, w side Bond st s of Lombard 
Robinson D. lott. off. 107 n Howard st. dw Eutaw n of Muib'y 



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Robinson Thomas, grocer, cor Thomsen and Friendship sts, dw 

Mulberry vv of Calvert 
RobiHson James &t Richard, cotton manufactory, Franklin st vr 

of Chalsworth 
Robinson Wm. weaver, row s of Franklin st extended 
Robinson Wm. oil factory, cor Wilk st and e Falls avenue 
Robinson Wm. C firm Thomas Penniriian & Co, dw Franklin st 
Robinson John, orrocer, cor Franklin and Cove sts 
Robinson Samuel, chair painter, lower end Scott st 
Robinson John, chair maker, 51 South st dw Guilford 
Robinson James, weaver, 12 Mulberry court, e of Rock st spf 

Saratoga 
Robinson Wm. lumber inspector, Pine st s of Lexington 
Robinson mrs Mary, Pine st s of Vine 
Robinson John, & Son, flour, grain and commission merchants, S 

Pratt st near the bridge, dw 51 South st 
Robinson Wm C. of firm, dw Gay st vv of Front 
Robinson George tailor, Baltimore st. dw Pearl st n of Fayette 
Robinson John, dry goods mt. dw cor Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Robinson & Kreemer, tin and sheet iron man. 241 Balliraore st 
Robinson Joshua, of firm, dw 90 n Howard st 
Robinson Dr. A. C. s e cor Pine and Baltimore sts 
Robinson Ann, grog shop, Pratt st w of Frederick 
Robinson John, firm Hartzog 8c Robinson, dw 36 Pearl st corner 

Mulberry 
Robinson J. C. writing &. drawing academy, over 112 Bait st 
Robinson E. W. lottery and exchange office, 80 Baltimore st 
Robinson Wm. lime & feed store, Hollingsvvorth st n of Pratt, dw 

cor Eutaw and Camden 
Robinson John, paper hanger, 20 Baltimore st 

Robinson shoemaker. Silver st e of Eden 

Robinson Thomas H. teacher in public school No. 6, dw Madi- 
son st w of Canal [East 
Robinson Thomas, keeper of Exchange buildings, dw Pitt st e of 
Robinson Cornelius O. teacher. Canal st n of Monument 
Robinson Joseph, huckster, Strawberry alley s of Orleans st 
Robinson J. N. merchant, 83 n Greene st 
Robinson mrs Jane, Gay st near Canal 
Robinson Wm. F. comb maker, Thomsen st w of Aisquith 
Robinson Thomas, shoemaker, York st e of Hanover 
Robinson Mary, Alice Anna st w of Wolle 
Robinson Sarah, Wilk st w of Albemarle 
Robinson Sarah, 157 e Pratt st 
Robinson George Sc Brother, brickmakers, Canton, dw Lombard 

st w of Market 
Robinson Nicholas N. inspector of customs, Salisbury ste of High 
Robinson Edwin, shipping merchant, Commerce si s ofLombard, 

dw Baltimore w of Canal 
Robinson Nathaniel C. tavern, cor Baltimore and Bond sts 
Robinson Elizabeth, milliner', vv side Bond st s of Bank 
Robinson John W. firm Tucker & Robinson, dw 29 Albemarle st 



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Robinson Wm. jr. commission merchant, 15 Bowly's wharf 

Robison Alexander, grocer, s e cor Fleet and Caroline sts 

Rocas John M. shoemaker, Orleans st e ofAisquith 

Roche John A. dry goods merchant, 61 Baltimore st 

Roche Morris, baker, cor Aisquith and Thomsen sts 

Roche A. M. dry goods dealer, n side Gay st e of the bridge 

Roche M. carpenter, s side Wine st 

Roche James, labourer, Eutavv st n of Ostend 

Robinson George, shoemaker, 102 Dugan's wiiarf 

Rochester W. & Co. lottery and exchange office, cor Baltimore 

and Calvert sts. dvv 8 Fountain row, Spring st 
Rockwell L. T. ladies' shoemaker, Saratoga st w of Liberty 
Rocus mrs Eliza, Bell alley near Davis st 
Rode Simon, shoemaker, 79 Hanover st 
Roden Patrick, stone mason, next to 15 Saratoga st 
Rodenmayer John, painter. Pine st n of Vine 
Rodenmayer G. C. cabinet maker, n side^Ensor st e of East 
Rodenmayer G. grocer, n e cor Ensor and Forest sts 
Rodenstein Betsy, clothier, Lombard st e of Frederick 
Rodewald Frederick, well digger. New st w of Eutaw 
Rodewald & Didier, commission merchants, 16 German st 
Rodewald Fredk. consul for Hamburg & Augusta, 16 German st 
Rodewald Henry F. Belle Air road 

Rodgers Michael, stone cutter, cor Etna lane and Frederick st 
Rodgers John, hatter, s w cor French and Exeter sts 
Rodgers Wm. machinist, High st. dw w side Exeter n of Pitt 
Rodgers John, machinist, e side High st n of Pitt 
Rodney Thomas, butcher, cor Choptank and Hampslead sts 
Roe Robert, carpenter, Maiden lane w ofAisquith st 
Rogers C. P. druggist and chemist, cor Howard and Marion sts. 

dw Franklin bctw Pearl and Pine 
Rogers Roland, hatter, 9 Mulberry st 
Rogers Joseph, pump maker, e side Greene st near Lexington^ 

dw Pine st n of Lexington 
Rogers Samuel, wig maker and perfumer, 94 Baltimore st 
Rogers & Blasdel, importers &, manufacturers of saddlery, 190 

Baltimore st 
Rogers Charles, of firm, dw 93 Baltimore st 
Rogers E. seaman. Silver st e of Canal 
Rogers Joseph, rigger, Montgomery st e of William 
Rogers George, fisher, Granby st near e Falls avenue 
Rogers Daniel, shoemaker, Argyle alley s of Bank st 
Rogers George, grocer, cor Bond and Fleet sis 
Rogers Jacob &, Sons, hatters, s e cor South and Second sts 
Rogers George, of firm, cor Second st and Tripolett's alley 
Rogers Wm. of firm, cor Second and South sts 
Rog-ers Wm. mt tailor and clothier, cor Pratt and Charles sis 
Rogers Charles P. druggist, cor Marion and Howard sts. dw 

Franklin e of Pine 
Rogers Wm. fisher, Front st n of Lombard 
Rogers Anne, teacher, w side High st n of Pilt 



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Rogers Henry, clerk, Columbia st opposite Greene 
Rotrers Nathan &. Co. produce mts. Franklin ste of Paca 
Rogers Nathan, of firm, dw Franklin e of Pine 
Rogers mrs Julia, grocer, Fayette st opposite Christ church 
Rogers Wm. carpenter, w side High st n of Pitt 
Rogers mrs Hannah, Lexington st hetw Charles and Liberty 
Rogers George M. Union Bank of Maryland, dw 194 n Howard »t 
Rogers mrs Mary, Charles st near Centre 
Rogers H. J. agent gen'l stage office, adj. rail road office Pratt st 
Rogge Charles M. upholsterer, 68 Pitt st 
Roha Michael, tanner, Forest st n of Madison 
Rohaback Hannah, e side Potter st n of Hillen 
Rohl Abel, baker, Franklin st wof Chatsworlh 
Rohr Jacob, fancy glass blower, s e cor High and Low sts 
Roland Christopher, weaver, Granby st opposite Gough 
Rolen Hiram, carpenter, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Roles James, firm Wm- & J. Roles, dw Cove st n of Columbia 
Roles Wm. of firm, dw Cove st n of Columbia 
Rolliter Peter, shoemaker, Beuren st 3 doors s of Madison 
Rollins mrs Harriet, 34 New Church st 
Rollins capt Wm. Eden st s of Pratt 

Rollins James, blacksmith. Falls road near Richmond st. dw Gar- 
den near Madison 
Rollins Benjamin, 21 German st 
Rollins Wm. potter, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Rollins Solomon A. feed store, cor Eden and Hampstead sts 
Rollins Wm. shoemaker, 176 Hanover st 
Rollins Frederick, carpenter. Bank st wof Wolfe 
Rollman Charles, baker, cor Canal and Jeflferson sts 
RoUoson James, shoemaker, Lexington st e of Greene 
RollosonHiigh, bacon merchant, 301 Baltimore st.dw Pearl 
Rolloson Wm. H. bacon merchant, 301 Baltimore st. dw corner 

Greene st and Cider alley 
Rolloson Frederick, grocer, cor Penn avenue and St Mary st 
Romoser John, s w cor Greene and Fayette sts 
Roney Charles, car driver, sof Mc Heiiry alley w of Poppleton st 
Roney Patrick, sailmaker, 103 Camden st 
Ronnalis Wm. Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Ronnalls John, book keeper, 33 Albemarle st 
Ronsaville David, carpenter, Howard st near Conway, dw Paca 

w of L Greene 
Rooker Samuel, baker, Pratt st e of Exeter 
Rooney Patrick, wood dealer, 22 n Exeter st 
Rooney James, porter at Exchange hotel, dw Gayst opp Exch. 
Root & Co. machinists, Lombard st w of Exeter 
Root Wm. blacksmith, York avenue s of Madison st 
Ropehouse Henry wagoner, Strawberry alley n of Hampstead st 
Roper Conrad, wheelwright, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 
Ropes Archer, attorney at law, Court house lane 
Ropp George, tailor, io Thames st 
Roppert Joseph, cooper, Conway st w of L Greene 
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Rosberg M. boot and shoemaker, 265 n Howard st 

Rosberff H. prop. Burton's ale rooms, cor Gay and Baltimore sts 

Rose Wm. 16 n Gay st 

Rose George, butcher, w side Li^ht st 8 ofGittings's row 

Rose Robert, dw CourllanJ sts of Franklin 

Rose Simon L. firm Bennett & Rose, Canton near Sugar house 

Rose Resin, dry goods dealer, w side Paca st near Franklin 

Rose Peter, shoemaker, n side Gay st w of High 

Rose John, Thomsonian physician, Paca st n of Pratt 

Rose Wm. intelligence office, Pratt st. dw Paca w of L Paca 

Rose Israel, shoemaker, York st vv of Light 

Rose capt John, w side Ann st n of Fleet 

Rose Sc Merrill, commission merchants, 63 Smith's wharf 

Rosenbeier gardener, Shakspeare steof Bond 

Rosenberg A. & Siegel, dry goods dealers, Gay st e of High 

Rosenberg Abraham, of firm, dw Sterling st 

Rosenberry John, brush maker, Conway st w of L Greene 

Rosenbury Jonas, 73 Bond 6t 

Rosenfeldt Moses, pedlar. Market st n of Fleet 

Rosenfeldt Simon, Marine hotel, cor Market atid Alice Anna sts 

Rosenfelt Meyer, clothier, Lancaster si e of Apple alley 

Rosenfelt Abraham, pedlar, Alice Anna st e ol Market 

Rosenhaupt John, tailor and clothier, 25 Harrison st 

Rosensteel Joseph W. grocer, Franklin st w ofEutaw 

Rosensteel Charles, painter, Parkst s of Mulberry 

Rosenstock David, pedlar, Bond st s of Fleet 

Rosenstock Gerson, dry goods dealer. Market st n of Lancaster 

Rosenthal 8c Moser, dry goods store, 55 Camden st 

Rosenthall Louis, teacher, Alice Anna st w of Ann 

Rusenwig E. importer and manufacturer of straw, 25 Lexington 

st betw Charles and Liberty 
Reset Wm. umbrella maker, 50 Lombard st w of falls 

Rosewald 2d hand furniture, Gay st near the bridge 

Roslow John, Cowpen alley adjoining Hiss & Austen's shop 

Ross Wtn. Welch alley near Lexington st 

Ross Adam, grocer, 7 Baltimore st and 1 Centre market space 

Ross Benj. G. dw over n e cor Baltimore st and Market space 

Ross & Garrott, flour dealers, s e cor Lombard & Hollingswortb 

Ross Robt. ornamental painter. Canal st s ol Monument 

Ross Sarah, e side Front st n of Pitt 

Ross Wm. H. morocco dresser, e side Front st 1 door n of Pitt 

Ross mrs Wm. H. teacher, Front st cor Pitt 

Ross David, saddler, opp Monument st church 

Ross George, shoemaker, Columbia st vv of Cove 

Ross David, clerk, German st vv of Penn 

Ross Daniel, comb maker, Columbia st e of Cove 

Ross Leroy C. comb maker, Haw st w of Emory 

Ross Wm. W. machinist, William st s of Armistead lane 

Ross capt John, Fleet st w of Ann 

Ross Wm. carpenter, Market st s of Thames, County wharf 

Ross Chas. H. commission mercliant, 9 Dugan's whajrf 



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Rosser Lendhart, starch maker, Fleet st e of Caroline 

Rossiter Cecelia, tavern, 3 Balderston st 

Rosure Jesse, cabinet maker, Franklin st e of Cove 

Roswag Godfrey, tailor. Sharp st s of Hill 

Roswald Judah, 2d hand furniture store, n Gay st e of bridge 

Roszberff Gotleib, boot and shoemaker, 96 Harrison st 

Roszel S. C. principal of East Baltimore Institute, Salisbury ste "^ 

of Hiirh, dvv Aisquilh st opp JacKson j 

Roszel S. McKendree, teacher E. Baltimore Institute, dw Gran- \ 

by st e of Hiurh 
Roszel mrs Sophronia E. principal female academy, dw Salisbury 

st \v of Exeter ^ 

Rote Jacob, shoemaker, Canal st s of Jefferson 
Roten Wm. shoemaker. Cove st n of Franklin 
Roten Caleb, steamboat hand, Monttromery st w of Light 
Roth Nicolai, shoemaker, cor Montcjomery and Charles sis 
Roth Peter, labourer, Hammond alley \v of Caroline st 
Rothrock John, Paca st s of Lombard 
RotrufF——— —Pine st n of Mulberry 
Rottjer Rodolph T. tavern, s w cor Thames and Ann sts 
Rouch Wm. shoemaker, cor Eden st and Union alley 
Rountree capt John, musician, w side Gay st n of Monument 
Rountree T. W. M. D. apothecary, opp Belle Air market, dw s 

w cor Gay and Forest sts 
Rous Josephus S, carpenter, Lerew's alley n of Saratoga st. dw 

Clay e of Howard 
Rous loha G. ladies' shoemaker, 54 n Howard st. dw Saratoga 

st e of Lerew's alley 
Rous mrs Nancy, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Rouse Philip, shoemaker, e side High st s of Hillen 
Rouse Benjamin, rope maker, w side Apple al s of Lombard st 
Rouse James, bricklayer, Philpot st w of Wills 
Row Michael, labourer, Bank st e of Eden 
Rowe Catharine, huckster, n side Hillen st w of High 
Rowe Spencer, jr. broom and wood ware dealer, 70 s Calvert st 
Rowe Sarah, tavern, cor Wilk and Spring sts 
Rowe Joseph, currier, s side Baltimore st w of Market 
Rowles J. R. grocer, cor Paca and Mulberry sts 
Rowies N. horse dealer, cor Jasper and Franklin sts 
Rowlletter Francis, carpet weaver, cor Granby Pnd High sts 
Roy John, firm Ma.^s &. Roy, dw York st vv of Sharp 
Roy Henry, shoemaker, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Royston John )V'. dry goods merchant, 41 Baltimore st 
Royston Joshua, dry goods mt. 59 Baltimore st 
Rozenbower Frederick, labourer, Canton e of Harris's creek 
Ruark capt Alex. Thames st w of Wolfe 
Ruark Henry, labourer, e side Bond st n of Lombard 
Ruchle Geo. watchman, e side Exeter st n of Gay 
Ruckle Thomas, painter and glazier, 281 n Howard si 
Ruckle Nicholas D. woollen draper and tailor, Baltimore st Sd 
dqor w of Eulaw, dw Conway w of Eutaw — see adv. p 5$ 



RUC 332 RUS 

Ruckle Wm. cooper, Paca st near Franklin 
Ruckle Paul, 76 s Sharp st 

Ruckle Ruth, rear of s e cor Howard and Baltimore sts 
Ruddach Rebecca, w side Sharp st 4 doors n of Conway 
Rudlidge Louisa, w side Spring st s of Gough 
Rudolph Wm. tailor, 5 Jackson's court, betw Saratoga and Lex- 
ington sts e of Rock 
Ruff Andrew & Son, halters, 194 Baltimore st 
Rufner Peter, watchmaker, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Ruley Henry, p')lice officer, Bank st w of Wolfe 
Rummel John, plumber, Wolfe st near Wilk 
Rumney mrs Jane, Conway st e of Warner 
Rundell Wm. shoemaker, Aisquith sts of Thomsen 
Rundle Joseph, butcher, w side Light st n of Sugar alley 
Runds Diedrich, e side Jew alley 
Runge Theodore, firm Albers &, Co. dw Courtland st 
Runt Lewis, cabinet maker, Fleet st e of Caroline 
Rupart (or Ruppert) Wm. cooper, Orleans st w of Caroline 
Rupley Atmore, bar keeper, Madison st e of Howard 
Rupp Jacob, carpenter, St Mary st w of Ross 
Rupp George, painter, Pearl st s of George 
Ruppert (or Rupart) Joseph, cooper, Conway st w of L Greene 
Ruppert Joseph, cooper, Conway st w of L Greene 
Ruprecht Wm. Biddle st near Ross 
Rusk Robt. victualler, Orleans ste of Caroline 
Rusk Levi, bricklayer, Hollins st w of Poppleton 
Rusk mrs Mary, cor Pitt and Bond sts 
Rusk John, s side Baltimore st e of Eden 
Rusk Wm. Piitst eof Eden 

Rusk Jefferson, butcher, cor Choptank and Baltimore sts 
Rusk Thomas, butcher, cor Bond and Orleans sts 
Rusk John, dry goods store. Market space, dw e side Bond st n 

of Lombard 
Rusk Saml. shoemaker. Forest st n of Ensor " 

Rusk John, butcher, York avenue n of Madison st 
Ruskall John, farmer, L Paca st n of Conway 
Russell John, carpenter, Lexington ste of Cove 
Russell John, trader, Ciiarles st opp Balderston 
Russell Patrick, Holliday st s of Centre 
Russell Joseph, tin ar.d sheet iron Ware man. 16 n Howard st. dw 

Sharp st near Wesley chapel 
Russell mrs R. Howard st n of Richmond market 
Russell Henry, keeper of hotel, cor Howard and Mulberry sts 
Russell James, braes and iron founder, cor Fell & Thames sts. 

dw s end Ann st — see advertisement page 9 
Russell mrs Eugene, Union st near Penn avenue 
Russell Archibald, weaver. Rock st s of Saratoga 
Russell R. B. carpenter. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Russell Michael, carpenter. Vine st. dw Pine s of Chestnut alley 
Russell E. boot and shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Russell Benjamin, boot and shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Pioe 



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Russell Saml. comb maker, Baltimore st w of Pine 

Russell & Mercer, comb & variety merchants, '220 Baltimore si 

Russell Thomas, dvv Paca st e ofL Greene 

Russell capt Geo. W. Granby st e of Gough 

Russell John & Saml. dry <Toods dealers, 12 Centre market sp 

Russell John, dvv Bond st s of Baltimore 

Russell mrs Saml. milliner, 12i Centre market space 

Russell John, tailor, Harford avenue s o( Neighbour st 

Russell James, shoemaker, n side Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Russell Geo. blacksmith, Tnomsen st e of Friendship 

Russell Alexander, brickmaker, Columbia st w of Paca 

Russell Wm. plaisterer, Eutaw sts of Lombard 

Russell Alex, brickmaker, Lee st e of Hanover 

Russell Christian, sawyer, Armistead lane w of William st 

Russell Robert, milkman, Wilk st w of Canal 

Rusthmann Carroll, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 

Ruth Jacob, cabinet maker, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 

Rutherford & Hurlbut, commission merctianis, 11 Bowly's whf. 

Rutherford John, dw Courtland st n of Pleasant 

Ruthrauff David, firm Hack & Ruthrauff, dw Pine st 

Rutl Richard St Sons, mathemat. and optical instrument makers, 

10 Thames st 
Rutt Wm. Henry, of firm, dw 10 Thames st 
Rutter Edward J. dw Lexington st w of Pine 
Rutter Edward, sailmaker, L Greene st s of Conway 
Rutter John Henry, carpenter, Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Rutter T. B. cashier Farmers* and Planters' Bank, dw over the 

bank, 17 South st 
Ryan James, bricklayer, Madison st w of Howard 
Ryan Wm. H. firm Estes & Ryan, dw Park st near Franklin 
Ryan Wna. seaman, Caroline st n of Hampstead 
Ryan Francis, chandler, w side Front st n of Hillen 
Ryan Cornelius, dwe side Eden st n of Gough 
Ryland Saml. shoemaker, Orleans si e of Aisquith 
Ryland John S. paper hanger, s side Gay st w of Front, dw Ex- 
eter st e side s of French 

Sables Geo. F. bricklayer, Wolfe st s of Gough 

Sackem Thomas, carpenter, Harrison st. dw n side Thorasen st 
opposite Short 

Sackston James, mariner, Lancaster st near Argyle alley 

Saddler Joseph, cordwainer, Thames st 2 doors e of Market 

Sadler Ellen, huckster, Hillen si e of Exeter 

Sadler Susan, s side Ensor st w of Forest 

Sadtler Philip B. & Son, (late T. Fenton Hamilton & Co.) opti- 
cal and mathematical instrument makers, 172 Baltimore st 
— see advertisement page 22 

Saenger Geo. Raborgst eof Popplelon 

Sagaser Geo. turner. Low st. dw w side Potter st s of Low ' 

Sagerman M. grocer, n e cor Douglass and Potter sts 

Sagerman Henry, mariner, Fleet ste of Bond 



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Sagerinan Louis, pedlar, Fleet st e of Bond 

Saihtlino; Wm. 48 Harrison st 

Sailer John, carpet weaver, Camden ste of Hanover 

Sailer John, carpet weaver, Pitt st w of Front 

Saint John, Taylor, last maker, Lombard st w of Canal 

Saint Victor, Emily, nurse, n side Water ste ofLighi 

Salgues John B. saddler, Lee st e of Charles 

Salisbury Saml. cabinet maker, Caroline st n of Orleans 

Salisbury James, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 

Salter John, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Cove 

Salusbury James, w side Aro;yle alley s of Alice Anna st 

Salzkorn J- H. carpenter. Peach alley w of Pearl st 

Sab.man Paul, victualler, w end Saraloo;a st 

Salzwedel John J, furrier, vv side Sharp st s of Baltimore 

Sanborn Wm. R. sevvinor silks, caps and shoes store, 150 Bait 8t 

Sanders J. W. printer, Fayette sf opp 2d Presb. church 

Sanders Thomas, wood dealer, Monto;omery st w ol" William 

Sanders Joseph, dealer, 1 Baltimore Arcade 

Sanders Wm. carpenter. West st e of Charles 

Sanders James, carpenter. Mulberry st w ol'Cove 

Sanders mrs Eliza L. Hampstead st vv of Strawberry alley 

Sanders George, firm Beatty & Co. dw cor High and Granby sts 

Sanders B. J. &t Co. grocers, cor F.'-ederick st and Smith's alley 

Sanders B. J. dw Piit st e of East 

Sanders E. J. of firm, dw cor Pitt and High sts 

Sanders Mrs. Hill st e of Cliarles 

Sanders Benj. baker, Aisquith st extended 

Sanderson & Jenkins, dry goods merchants, 252 Baltimore st 

Sanderson Thomas, of firm, dw 55 n Liberty st 

Sanderson Susan, washer, 7 Mercer st 

Sanderson miss E. 86 n Howard st 

Sanderson Robert, labourer. Pierce st w of Chatsworlh 

Sanderson Henry S. notary public, s wcor Gay and Lombard sts. 

dw e side High st s of Low 
Sanderson Geo. H. clerk. City hall, dw e side High sts of Low 
Sands Samuel, printer, and pub. Am. Farmer, n w cor Baltimore 

and North sts. dw East st n of Pitt 
Sands mrs Elizabeth, St Paul st s of Centre 
Sands Saml. copperplate printer, over 63 Baltimore st. dw Cen- 
tre e of St Paul 
Sands Sarah, washer, Lewis st s of Mulliken 
Sands Edward, e side Pgiter st n of Gay 
Sands Washington, tailor, Wilk st e of Bond 
Sane Wm. brass founder, cor New and Jasper sts 
Saner John, shoemaker, 11 Bond st 
Sanford Abraham, furniture storej cor Eutaw st and Wagon al. 

dw 84 Saratoija st 
Sanford &t Perry, sparring school, Holliday st near Baltimore 
Sanford James,*e side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Sanford Abm. pawn broker, 32 n Eutaw st. dw Saratoga 
Sanford capt Alfred, w side Ann st s of Fleet 



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Sange John, chemist. Sharp st s of York 
Sanojston J. A. & G. E. dry goods mts. 195 Baltimore st 
Sangston J. A. d\v Fayette st opp Duncan's church 
Sangston G. E. d\v Conway st w o( Hanover 
Sangston, Whilely &c Co. dry goods mts. 175 Baltimore st. 
Sangston Lawrence, olfirm. dw 94 Hanover st 
Sank mrs R, milliner, 55 n Eutaw st 
Sank Elijah, carter, L Hughes st w of Light 
Sank Nicholas, 55 n Eutaw st 

Sank Corbin, lieutenant of watch, dw Henrietta st w of Light 
Sanker Peter, 69 Bond st 

Sankey James, cabinet maker, Eden st n of Orleans 
Sanks Joseph, blacksmith, w side Mott st n of Gay 
Sanks Jesse, ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Fleet 
Sanner Isaac S. pilot, Fleet st w of Ana 
Sanner capt J. A. High stsofTrinty 
Santmeyer John, hatter, Chesnutal n of Pearl st 
Sapp John, labourer. Canton, e of Harris's Creek 
Sapp John, cooper, Hampstead st e of Spring 
Sapp Joseph F. comb maker, e side Hiirh st n of Gay 
Sappington Frederick, hatter, 48i Baltimore st. dw Front st 
Sappington Gerard H. carpenter, Friendship al near Eden st 
Sards mrs Ann Eliza, 30 New Church st 
Sargeant Benjamin, fisher. Sugar al w of Light st 
Sarsfield S- shoemaker, e side Charles st 3d door s of Pratt 
Sauer John, shoemaker, 11 Bond st 

Sauerhoff J. F. ship carpenter, William st s of Armistead lane 
Sauerhoff Joim, grocer, cor Pratt st and Strawberry al 
Sauerwald John, basket maker. Mulberry st e of Cove 
Sauerwald John, basket maker, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Sauerwein Peter, flour mt. 67 n Howard st 
Sauerwein mrs E. Park st n of Saratoga st 
Saul Joseph W". wliip and cane maker, 15 e Water st 
Saulsbury Andrew, grocer, cor Montgomery and Light sts 
Saulsbury James, carter, Hamburg st w of Light 
Saulsbury A. grocer, s w cor Light and Montgomery sts 
Saumenig Henry, Lombard st. dw Scott st n of West 
Saumenig Wm. carpenter, Columbia st w of Cove 
Saumenig C. book keeper, Columbia st e of Emory 
Saumenig Jacob, fefd store, cor Pratt and Howard sts. dw Eu- 
taw st s of Perry 
Saumenig John, clerk in Union Bank, dw Paca st w of Warner 
Saunders James, carpenter. Mulberry st w of Cove 
Saunders Solomon, wood seller, Barre st w of Hanover 
Saunders James, carpenter, Albemarle st near Plowman, dw Or- 
leans st e of Friendship 
Saunders Peter, milkman, Hamburg st Federal Hill 
Saunders Thomas VV. halter, Aisquith st n of Low 
Saunders mrs Maria, Greene st n ol' German 
Sauner mrs Elizabeth, Conway st e of L Greene 
Savage Wra. clerk in Railroad OlSce, Bolton place near Biddle st 



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Savage George, tavern, s side Salisbury st e of Exeter 

Savage W. H. clerk Bolton Depot, Cathedral st extended 

Savage J. R. coachnnaker, Harrison st. dvv Exeter st n of Trinity 

Savage John W. mariner, Alice Anna st e of Ann 

Savary &. Sons, w side Penn av n of Biddle st 

Savary Lewis, clerk, d\v Penn av 2 doors n of Biddle st 

Savelle John, machinist. Mulberry st vv of Cove 

Savelle Wm. shoemaker, Pine st n ol' Mulberry 

Savelle Isaac, fancy store, 26 Pratt st 

Savier Dr J. B. dentist, 53 Hanover st 

Savin Wm. F. cor Baltimore st and Apple al 

Savings' Bank of Baltimore, 1st floor Exchange — entrance Gay st 

Sawkins Wm. alehouse, 1 Hollingsworth st 

Sawner John, grocer, Penn av near St Mary st 

Savvtell Edwin, engineer, Baltimore si e of Wandsbeck 

Sawyer Joseph, apothecary, 107 w Pratt st 

Sayre John C. turner, cor Hanover and Montgomery sts. dw 

cor Hanover and Henrietta sis 
Scanlan James, cooper, Haw st w of Emory 
Scarborough John, cooper, BaltimoYe st w of Cove 
Scarf Robert, Lexington st w of Poppleton 
Scarf Thomas, huckster, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Scarf William, huckster, do w of Poppleton 

Scarf Henry J. silversmith, Jew al near Madison st 
Scarf Elizabeth, tailoress, e side Front st n of Low 
Scarf George, plaistcrer, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Scaude Peter, carpenter, Frederick road, w of the run 
Schaefler mrs Frances, 6 w Lexington st w of Liberty 
Schaeffer Alexander, machinist, Henrietta st w of Light 
Schaefler Wm. A. justice of peace, office n Frederick st near 

Baltimore, dw 72^ Baltimore st 
Schaeffer Francis B. fancy store. 72i Baltimore st 
Schaeffer Wm. tailor, Henrietta st w of Light 
Schaeffer George, sexton of German Lutheran church, dw rear 

of 49 n Gay st 
Schaeffer George, butcher, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Schaeffer Christian, Hoiliday st 2d door from Saratoga 
Schaeffer Henrietta, Pratt st w of Albemarle 
Schaeffer Martin, shoemaker, Richmond st e of Lerew's al 
Schaeffer Jacob, butcher, Harford av n of Monument si 
Schaeffer Simon, paver, Beuren st n of French 
Schaeffer Wm. engineer, Suijar al e of Light st 
Schaeffer Henry, cabinet maker, e side Liberty st at junction 

of Howard 
Schaeffer George A. grocer, Douglass st w of Forest 
Schaeffer George, victualler, Hoffman st near Ross 
Schaeff(3r Frederick, paver, Tyson al near Cathedral st 
Schaffer Christian D. Charles st 4 doors n of Mulberry 
Schaer & Kuster, shipping merchants, 14 s Charles st. up stairs 
Schankle Frederick, labourer, Schroeder st n of Saratoga 
Scharf mrs A. dress maker, 31 w Pratt st 



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Scharf John H. bacon dealer, cor Bank st and Argyle al 
Schaub H. tailor, over n e cor Concord and Lombard sts 
Schaub Jacob, trrocer, cor Asbury lane and Baltimore st 
Schaub John, grocer, Fawn st e of Pleasant 
Scheele Henry, shoemaker, vv side Ann st n of Alice Anna st 
Scheib Rev. Henry, pastor German Lutheran church, dw Sa- 
lisbury st e of High 
Scheits Nicholas, carpenter, vv side Apple al s of Alice Anna st 
Schenfler John, liquor store, 71 Light st s of Hughes's Quay 
Scherer Christoph, cabinet maker, 64 Harrison st 
Schiable Charles F. baker, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Schiebler Andrew, fringe and lace manuf. 26 n Liberty st 
Schicter Henry, carpenter, cor Thames and Market sts 
Schierraer C. tailor, vv side East st n of Ensor 
Schiller Conrad, tailor, Hamburg st e of Light 
Schiller Charles, machinist, 28 Lombard st 
Schilling mrs Susanna, 38 Fell st 

Schimmel Stephen, cabinet maker, 26 Lombard st e of Charles 
Schimp John A. shoemaker, 23 s Howard st 
Schinotti C. A. prof, painting, e side Front st s of Low 
Schirimer F. tailor, Eutavv st s of Carpenter's alley 
Schiveigart Fredk. labourer, alley w of William st s of West 

!5chlauch , tailor, 48 Harrison st 

Schlee P. J, shoemaker, Forest st n of Gay 

Schleigh George A- baker and confectioner, corner Fleet st and. 

Happy alley 
Schleigh Wm. oyster house, 53 s Liberty st 
Schleigh John G. baker and confectioner, 53 s Howard st 
Schleigh G. H. firm Campbell & Schleigh, dw 126 s Sharp 
Schley Wm. atty. at law, n e cor St Paul and Lexington sts 
Schley mrs A. B. Franklin st e of Cathedral 
Schley John J. jr. baker, e side Gay st n of Forest 
Schlinder J. F. tailor. Pearl st s of Lexington 
Schloss Em!, tavern, 14 Market st 
Schlosser John, tailor, Hill st e of Charles 
Schlosser C. A. shoemaker, Bond st s of Shakspeare st 
Schmenner Daniel, baker, Union st near Ross 
Schmidt James, butcher, opp Telegraph, Federal Hill 
Schmidt Matlhiais, wheelwright, Fredk. road e of toll gate 
Schmidt Vincent, professor of music, Saratoga st vv of Calvert 
Schmidt August, weaver, cor William and Cross st 

Schmidt , teacher of German school, n Gay st 

Schmidt Martin, shoen^ker, L Hampstead st vv of Caroline 
Schmidt John, blacksmith, e side Howard st n of Conway 
Schmidt Joseph, milk seller, e side East st n of Douglass 
Schminke G. book keeper, Conway st e of Hanover 
Schnauber Wm, confectioner, Pitt st e of Efden 
Schneider Fredk. butcher, alley vv of William st s of West 
Schneider Wendel, baker. 11 Bond st 
Schnibbee Diedrick, grocer, cor Eutavv and Lee sts 
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SCH 338 SCH 



Schnibbe Diedrick^ grocer, cor Eutaw and Lee sts 
Schofield Benjamin^ woollen nnanuf. Hollins st w of Schroder 
Scholes Thomas C. upholsterer, 56 Bahimore st 
Scholz Charles, tailor, vv side Grant st s of Water 
Scholl Louis, paver, Alice Anna st \v of Bond 
School Farm, see appendix 

School Public, No. 1, cor Fa.vette and Green sts. Michael Con- 
nolly principal, Levi Wilder and E. C. Baldwin assist's. 
Female department, MarojaretMcConkey principal, Jane 
Boyd assist't.; No. 2, cor MarJcet and Bank sts. William 
Gibson jr. principal; No. 3, cor Aisquith and Pitt sts. 
Rd. Connolly principal; No. 4, cor Hanover and Barre, 
J. H. Falconer principal; No. 5, Monument st w of Fo- 
rest, T. H, Robinson principal; No. 6, cor Ross &. Bid- 
die sts. E. Y. Reese principal 
Schools, for further particulars of, see appendix 
Schoolfield L. A. firm Heisler & Co. dw 47 Front st 
Schoolfield Edward, lottery office, 34 Baltimore st 
Schoolfield Thomas S. Lf)mbard st w of Carolme 
Schorb Andrew, 111 n Howard st 
Schott Conrad, shoemaker, Hill st e of Sharp 
Schottler Joseph, tailor, 69 McElderry's wharf 
Schoulm Nicholas, 69 Bond st , 

Schoup Eustice, tailor. Union st near Ross 
Schrader Christian, grocer, cor Richmond and Howard sts 
Schreiber Philip, cabinet maker, 71 Harrison st 
Schreiner C. tailor, cor Mulberry and State sts 
Schroate Matthias, bacon seller. Pine st s of Franklin 
Schroder mrs Clara, Wolfe st n of Alice Anna 
Schroeder William, (firm R. A. Taylor & Co.) dw 122 w Frank- 
lin st 
Schroeder Jacob, weaver. Monument st w of Forest 
SSchroeder D. & H. shoemakers, e side Gay st s of East 
Schroeder F. H. grocer, cor L Paca and Perry sts 
Schroeder Baltzer, carpenter, 61 Bond st 
Schubert Israel, wheelwright, Hill st e of Charles 
Schuerman Dr Francis, Front st e side n of Baltimore 
Schuck Michael, police officer, Holland st w of Canal 
Schuh George, tavern, Swan st (or Horse market) 
Schulictz John H. grocer, cor Baltimore and Eden sts 
Schulenberg Harman, firm Bobeth & Schulenberg, dw L Green 

st n of Burgundy al 
Schulte Joseph, labourer, Happy al n^ Fleet st 
Schullz Philip, shoemaker, 135 n Paca st 
Schultz John, shoemaker, Run al n of Fayette st 
Schultz Jefferson, firm Cariss & Schultz, dw Barre st e of Sharp 
Schultz Wm. barber, e side Light st s of Hughes's Quay 
Schultz M. e side Liberty st s end 
Schultz John, carpenter, Perry st w of Sharp 
Schulze John, carpenter, Perry st w of Sharp 
Schumacher A. & Co. ship mts. n e cor Charles and Wine Bis 



SCH 339 SCO 

Schumacher A. consul for Bremen, Exchange hotel 
Schumacher Henry, turner, cor Richmond and Cathedral sis 
Schumacher Reinhardt, 103 s Howard st 
Schuuiacher mrs llachel, boardini^ house, 25 Camden st 
Schumann Henry, ship carpenter, Hamburg st Federal Hill 
Schunk Ellen, boardinir house, s side French st e of Bath 
Schunk Joseph, carpenter, Ensor st s of Madison 
Schupp Henry, cabinet maker, n Gay st near Harrison 
Schut Christian, butcher, Penn av n of Greenwillow st 
Schutz John, shoemaker, cor Howard and Barre sts 
Schwalbe F. W. firm Dahle & Schwalbe,^ dw 72 C. Market sp 
Schwanzer John, cooper, Guilford al w of Lisjht st 
Schwartz Fredk. tinner, High st w side n of Pratt 
Schwartz Henry, tavern, w side Patterson st near Pratt 
Schwartze Laurence, printer, Fredk. road e of toll gate 
Schwartze Dr Gustavus, 172 Hanover st 

Schwartze Harman, watchmaker, Mulberry st e of Eutaw — rear 
Schwartze & Rogers, confectioners &. fruiterers, 189i Bait, st 
Schwartze Julius, firm ditto, dw Park st betw Fayette & Lex- 
ington sts 
Schwartze Edward D. n w cor Hanover and Conway sts 
Schwarzauer D. w side Light st 7 doors n of Hughes 
Schwatka Augustus, blacksmith, Jasper st s of Saratoga 
Schwatka Charles A. constable, Jasper st rear Lexington 
Schweitzer Joseph, plasterer, Saratoga st e of Howard 
Schwerer Geo. Philip, coachmaker, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Schwitzhaupt Conrad, tailor, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Scinsnor Catharine, Bank st w of VVoKe 
Scirkel John, labourer, 27 Shakspeare st 
Sclicker John, gardner, s side Low st w of Exeter 
Scoby mrs Ann, dw 82 Camden st 

Scott Abraham, carpenter, Saratoga st e of watch house 
Scott Townsend, stock and gen. commis. agent, cor North and 

Fayette sts. dw Front st w side s of Pitt 
Scott John, atty. and counseller at law, 8 St Paul st 
Scott T. Parkin, 15 St Paul st 
Scott John, clothing store, 91 n Howard st 
Scott Patrick, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Scott John, grocer, Franklin st W of Howard 
Scott Wm. car conductor, Biddle st near Richmond 
Scott John H. do do do 

Scott John, carpenter, cor Falls road and Tyson st. dw Rich- 
mond st e of Lerew's alley 
Scott John, carpentei^ Tyson al near Cathedral st 
Scott James W. apothecary and druggist, 150 Baltimore st. dw 

Thames st 
Scott James, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Caroline 
Scott mrs Catharine, tailoress, L McElderry st e of Aisquith 
Scott Samuel W. grocer, cor Eden and Monument sts 
Scott Robert, tailor, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Scott James, Pitt st w of Canal . 



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»Scott Andrew, shoemaker, Lewis si n of Holland 
Scott Rossiter, conn. mt. dw w side Exeter st n of Low 
Scott Charles, constable, Hamburor st w of William 
Scott Joseph, lumber wagDn driver, Johnson st s of Cross 
Scott James, grocer, cor Fleet st and Aj)ple al 
Scott Wm. tailor, Pratt st w of Market 
Scott Franklin, carpenter, e Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Scott Samuel, grocer & feed dealer, cor Baltimore st and Straw- 
berry al 
Scott mrs Ann, Strawberry al s of Lombard st 
Scott Joseph R. riirger, cor Spring and Fleet sts 
Scott Wm. H. draper and .tailor, 10 Holliday st 
Scotl misses, board mg house, n w cor Howard and Lombard sts 
Scotti mrs Mary, fancy store, 11 South st 
Scotti Lewis F. dw cor St Paul st and Bank lane 
Scoven Edward, carpenter, Mulliken st n e of Fairmount 
Scribner S. & Co. Fayette st 4 doors e of Calvert 
Scribner S. of firm, dw 71 n Charles st 
Scriven Thomas J. carpenter. Mulberry st w of Pine 
Scroggs Ann, w side High st n of Pitt 
Scroggs Robt. carpenter, Gough st w of Bond 
Scrook Susan, s side Mercer st 5 doors e of Light 
Seabrook Thomas, tailor, dyer and scourer, e side Charles st 2d 

door s of Lombard 
Seabrooks mrs Mary, seamstress, Richmond st e of Tyson 
Seager T. picture fiamer, 7 s Sharp st. dw Hill st 
Searle Eliza A. milliner and dress maker, n e corner Liberty and 

German sts 
Searley Jane, bacon dealer, e side Ann st n of Gough 
Searley Geo. R- bacon dealer, e side Ann st n of Gough 
Searley James E. teacher, w side Ann st s of Fleet 
Sears James, tobacconist, Rock st n of Lexington 
Sears Thomas, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Seccleman Michael, grocer. Potter st s of Douglass 
Seccombe Thomas, carpenter, Hanover st. dw Thomsen st near 

Belle Air market 
Seche Joseph, mahogany dealer, 13 Park st. dw Clay st e of 

Howard 
Seebode F. distiller, 11 Shakspeare st 
Seebold Jas. carrier of "Sun'* pa{>er. East st s of Hillen 
Seed James, butcher, Penn avenue near Biddle st 
Seeger Thomas, looking glass man. 7 Sharp st. dw Hill st e of 

Hanover 
Seeger Jacob, silver plater, German st ejiii" Sharp 
Seeger Charles, silver plater, Hull's lane e of Forest st 
Seemers Harman, firm Seemers & Clare, dw Howard st s of 

Conway 
Seemore Zachariah, labourer, Wayne st e of Eutaw 
Seemuller Augustus, segar and tobacco warehouse, 6 Baltimore 

st 3d door w of the bridge 
f=S'>'^ton James, brass finisher, York st e of Light 



SEF 341 SER 

Sefton Jeremiah, coachmaker, Fayette st betw Pine and Cove 

Segers Francis, grocer, Eden st n of Mulliken 

Seibarger Adolphus, shoemaker, Forest st s of Monument 

Seibert Phihp, corset maker, 34 Harrison st 

Seidenstricker John B. city collector. City hall, dw York avenue 

n of Monument st 
Seidenstricker Frederick, tobacconist, 51 Centre market space 
Seigler Martin, butcher, Fred'k road or w end Baltimore st 
Seigler mrs Ann, fancy and millinery store, 33 w Pratt st 
Seikman H. liquor store, French st opp Potter 
Seiler John, cabinet maker, Biddle st n^ar Ross 
Seilmeyer Henry, taibr, Ann st s of Lancaster 
Seip John Frederick, tailor, 15 Bond st 
Seip Wm. tailor, Gravel alley near Saratoga st 
Seip Wm. tailor, 67 n Exeter st 
Seip Henry, Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 
Seipp Christopher, keeper Union tavern, 4 Light st wharf 
Seipp Conrad, labourer, Pratt st e of Eutaw 
Seitz George, stone cutter, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Seitz Daniel, baker. West st w of Light 
Seitz John, shoemaker, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Seitz Charles, shoe store, President st n of Wilk 
Seivenseider Gachen, pedlar, Bond st s of Fleet 
Selby mrs Ann, milliner, 134 Hanover st 
Selby Rebecca, grocer, n w cor Howard and Pratt sts 
Selby James, boarding house, Pratt st 2d door e of Sharp 
Sellers Jacob, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Sellers John, blacksmith, e side Jasper st near Lexington 
Sellers Mrs, victualler, Hoffman st near Penn. avenue 
Selman & Crook, grocers, 20 Cheapside 
Selman J C. of firm, dw s w cor St Paul and Mulberry sts 
Selmas Charles, blacksmith, alley s of Biddle st near Ross» 
Seltzer Jacob, victualler, Greenwillovv st near Penn avenue 
Seltzer Adam, butcher, Penn avenue n of Greenwillow st 
Selvage Thomas, prop. ''Top Gallant house," Swan st 
Selvage Wm. coach and harness maker, Davis st near Pleasant, 

dw North st betw Saratoga and Pleasant 
Semmes R. Calvert st betw Lexington and Saratoga 
Semon Wm. brickmaker, Futavv st n of Ostend 
Semore David, brickmaker, Columbia st e of Cove 
Senflaben Gustavus, millwright. Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
Senft Henry, candle maker, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Senseney Jane, e side Exeter si s of French 
Senter Stephen, baker, Pifi st w of Exeter 
Sentf John, labourer. William st s ol Cross 
Senz Nicholas, glass cutter, Henry st n ol Hughes 
Seper Cario, 69 Bond st 

Seppel Dr. Ch. Godf. Chatsworth st n of Biddle 
Sermon Isaac, labourer, e side Argyle alley n of Lancaste-r st 
Servary Peter, 140 n Paca st 
Server mrs Ann, Wolle Ht s of Alice Anna 

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SER 342 SHA 

Server Wm. H. raorocco finisher, e side High st s of Gay 

Severe James, wheelwright, Pratt st w of Caroline 

Severe & Huyghe, saiimakers, 10 Light st wharf 

Severe Wm. of firm, dw Charles st 

Severson Thomas, coachmaker, 31 Hanover st 

Severson Stephen, grocer, French st near Bath 

Severson John, carpenter, Hamburg st w of Light 

Sevick George, rigger. Fleet st w of Ann 

Sewald John, shoemaker. West st w of Light 

Sewall, Baugher & Co. dry goods mts. 227 Baltimore st 

Seward mrs Ann, 116 s Sharp st 

Seward James, conslable, Fleet st w of Washington 

Seward Levi, labourer, Caroline st s of Baltimore 

Seward John A. seaman, York st e of Charles 

Sewell mrs Ann, rear Pratt st e of Paca 

Sewell John, carpenter, Paca st w of the bend 

Sewell Thos. H. wood corder. Perry st w of Charles 

Sewell Rev. Reuben, e side Bond st n of Wilk 

Sewell John G. teacher, rear of Pratt st e of Paca 

Sexton Dr. Richard, Lexington st 1 door e of Liberty 

Sexton John, shoemaker, cor Camden and Charles sts 

Sexton mrs Ann, shopkeeper, 44 n Frederick st 

Sexton Owen, clerk, Pratt st e of the falls 

Sexton Rachel, coat cleaner, over 96 Dugan's wharf 

Sexton S. B. & Co. stove dealers, 40 Light st. and Lombard st 

2d door w of Light 
Seyler F. & Co. curriers, 24 s Liberty st 
Seyler F. dw n e cor Park and Lexington sts 
Seymour (or Semore) David, brickmaker, Columbia st e of Cove 
Seymour Elizabeth, 123 Wolfe st near Wilk 
Shackleford Lewis, plot, Lancaster st e of Market 
Shade Bennett, tavern, 70 Bond st 

Shafer Daniel, piano forte maker, s e cor Howard and Dover sts 
Shaffer Fredk. Gough st vv of Caroline 
Shaffer Thomas, cooper, Wolfst s of Goush 
Shaffer John M. brickmaker. Canal st n of Jefferson 
Shaffer George, carpenter. Front st s of Low 
Shaffher Samuel & Co. dry goods merchants, 229i Baltimore st 
Shaffher Samuel, dw Eutaw st betw Camden and Pratt 
Shaffher Jacob, artificial flower manufacturer, 50 Baltimore st 
Shaffher Wm. Charles st n of Hamburg 
Shamburg Henry, Cider alley av of Paca st 
Shanaburg Wm. ale and oysler house, Liberty st n of Lombard 
Shanabrook H. firm Hubbard &Shanabrook, dw 5 Potter st 
Shanabrook Francis, clerk, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Shanahan James, sawyer, York st w of Light 
Shanaman John, turner, Franklin st 1 door e of Jasper 
Shane Edward, Holliday st n of Bath 
Shane Charles M. silversmith, Holland st e of Eden 
Shane Mrs. Holliday st n of Bath 
Shane Joseph, jr. druggist and apothecary. Light st near Lee 



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Shane Joseph, collector, Camden st e of Paca 

Shane mrs Susan, Holliday st n of Bath 

Shaney Joseph, fisher, Front st n of Lombard 

Shaney Alexander, fisher. Front st n of Lombard 

Shanley James, teacher, e side Exeter st s of French 

Sbannahan mrs Euphemia, 35 Camden st 

Shannessy James, painter and glazier, 91 Fayette st. dw Pine 3 

ofLexiniiton 
Shannon Nathaniel, grocer, e side Eutaw st n of Mulberry 
Shannon Wm. furniture dealer, n e cor Frederick and Second sts 
Shannon Andrew, furniture carman. Forest st n of Monument 
Shannon &, Wernwag, engineers and machinists, cor President st 

and City block — see advertisement page 30 
Shannon Joshua P. of firm, dw Wilk st e of Exeter 
Share Richard, steam engine manufacturer, and iron foundefj w 

Falls avenue s of Pratt st — see advertisement page 13 
Share Seraphim, dw Granby st e of Exeter 
Share Joseph & Son, brass and iron founders, and fire engine buil- 
ders, cor Lombard st and w Falls avenue, dw Lombard 
st w of Albemarle 
Sharer John, morocco dresser. Monument st w of Forest 
Sharett Wm. Pine st s ofSatatoga 

Sharkey John, firm Smith & Sharkey, Greene st s of Mulberry 
Sharkey mrs Br dget, mantua maker, 15 Saratoga st e of Park 
Sharkey Patrick, tailor, over 131 Baltimore st 

Sharp Thomas, cabinet maker. Canal st s of Monument 

Sharp George, teacher, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Sharpley Rev. John, commission merchant, 81 Smith's wharf, dw 
High st s of Stiles 

Shaufelberger H. grocer, Penn avenue s of Hoffman st 

Shaum Frederick, glass blower, Henry st n of Hughes 

Shaw Wm. C. Saratoga st opposite Liberty 

Shaw G. bailiff, Pitt st w of Front 

Shaw John, collector and agent, Saratoga st w of Market 

Shaw Mrs. 22 New Church st 

Shaw F. D. 94 n Liberty st 

Shaw Wm. horse trainer, Canton, eastern city bounds 

Shaw Wm. T. Franklin st w of Pine 

Shaw R. prolessor of music, 99 Baltimore st 

Shaw Wm. soap and candle manufacturer. Pearl st n of Fayette 

Shaw James W. constable, Pitt st w of Front 

Shaw Wm. e side Canal st cor Silver 

Shaw Ann, tailoress, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 

Shaw Elias, flour and commission merchant, 3 s Howard St. dw 
Lombard st e of Greene 

Shaw Josiah, bricklayer, Eutaw st s of Montgomery 

Shaw Joseph Q,. York st e of Charles 

Shaw capt Wm. Bank ste of Market 

Shaw Richard, mariner, e side Ann st n of Alice Anna 

Shaw Samuel H. book keeper, 20 s High st 



SHA 344 SHE 

Shaw Harvey, commission merchant, e side Hollingsworth st 4 

doors n of Pratt 
Shaw Matthew, grocer,, 20 Light st wharf, dw w side Light st 

4 doors n of Huijhes 
Shea John H. hook keeper, Biddle st near Ross 
Shea Richard, flour mill, Frederick road w of toll gate 
Shearer G. W. cahinet maker, Burgundy alley w of L Pace st 
Sheaur Christian, labourer, Lancaster st e of Market 
Sheckells Richard, alley s of Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Sheckells Thomas, stone cutter, Harford av n of Monument st 
Sheckells John, grocer, cor L Paca and Conway sts 
Sheckells Thomas, fisher, Montgomery st e of Hanover 
Sheckles Benjamin, engineer, Johnson st n of "six gun battery" 
Shedwick John, rigger, cor Wilk and Wolfe sts 
Sheehy Margaret, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 
Sheek Joseph, plaisterer, Ross st near Orchard 
Sheeler John, cedar cooper, s w cor French and East sts 
Sheeler Anthony, cedar cooper, Molt st n of Gay 
Sheets John, cabinet maker, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Sheffer John W. enijineer, cor Granby and Canal sts 
SheflBeld R. e side Penn avenue s of Preston st 
Sheffield P. E. tinner, n side Ensor st 2 doors e of Potter 
Sheham Thomas, shoemaker, Ross st near Biddle alley 
Sheiblin George, carpet weaver, cor State and Saratoga sts 
Sheild RacheC P'att st e of Exeter 
Sheilds Nelson, w side Spring st n of Gough 
Sheilds Neal, grocer, cor Alice Anna anil Wolfe sts 
Sheilds Patrick, labourer, e side Spring st n of Wilk 
Sheldtni James, constable. Barre st w of Light 
Sheldon James, Rabnrg st e of Cove 
Sheldon John, shoemnker, Caroline st s of Jefferson 
Shieler Joseph, labourer, e side Liberty st n of Engine house 
Shelly Wra. carpenter, Lombard st w of Canal, dw Granby e of 

Exeter 
Shelly Edward M. carpenter, Caroline st n of Baltimore, dw Lom- 
bard e of Exeter 
Shelly John, Harl([)rd avenue n of Monument st 
Shentar Samuel, carpenter, 145 Bond st 
Shepers mrs E tailoress, 18 n Exeter st 
Shephard James, carpenter, Cove st n of Pierce 
Shepherd Georg^e, proprietor Fountain stables, cor Fayette and 

McClelltin sts. dw n side Fayette w of Howard 
Sheppard Mrs. dress maker, n side Fayette st e of Pine 
Sheppard Thomas, jr. grain, produce and commission merchant, 

8 Light st wharl", dw Charles st 
Sheppard Nicholas A. clerk, 53 Camden st 
Sheppard Andrew, mariner, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Sheppard Richd. H. jjortrait painter, 22 Lexington st w of Chas, 
Sheppard John, harness maker, Lombard st e of Exeter 
Sheppard Thomas S. cor Pratt and Sharp sis 



SUE 345 SHI 

Sheppard capt Philip, mariner, McElderry's wharf, rear of Stuart 

& Sons' paint store 
Sheppard B. P. carpenter, Montgomery st vv of William 
Siieppard Moses, cor Pratt and Sharp sts 
Sheppard Thos. agent Norfolk Steamboat Co. Charles stn of Lee 
Sherbaugh Henry, shoemaker, Eden st s of Bank 
Sherbortt George, fisher. Cross st e of Johnson 
Sheridan Luther, blacksmith, Lombard st \v of Schroeder 
Sherley Wm. book kee()er, Lombard st e of Exeter 
Sherlock Wra. stables, Davis st near Pleasant 
Sherlock John, 161 Holliday st 

Sherman Lewis, grocer, Harford avenue s of Aisquith st 
Sherry James, fancy store, cor Holland and Canal sts 
Sherry Charles, fisher, s Eutaw st extended 
Sherwood & Co. job and book printers, cor Bait and Gay sts 
Sherwood Wm. shoemaker. Union st near Ross 
Sherwood Asbury, harness maker, Holland st w of Eden 
Sherwood Philip, blacksmith, Fleet st e of Market . 
Sherwood Philip, sen. shipwright, cor Fleet stand Argyle alley 
Sherwood Richard, fancy store, e Baltimore st near High 
Sherwood Richard P. Camden st hotel, 14 Camden st 
Shield John, huckster, e side Liuhi st s of Armistead lane 
Shields Richard D. grocer, Louisiana st e of Greene 
Shields Mrs. Holliday st s of Centre 
Shields George, tailor, Chatsworth st s of Franklin 
Shields John, whip and cane maker, cor Park and Marion sts 
Shields Barney, labourer, Buren st n of Monument 
Shields Eliza B. mantua maker, Eden st s of Bank 
Shields mrs Harriet, Vine st 

Shillingburg Dominick, butcher, Columbia st e of Cove 
Shillinger Geo. baker, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Shillingsbury Isaac, butcher, Columbia st w of Cove 
Shillinshangir Matthias, rear of 2d German Lutheran church, 

Holliday st 
Shinbarrier Fredk. Penn av near Hoffman st 
Shingle Fredk. cor Saratoga and Schroeder sts 
Shingle Peter, i ork st w of Charles 
Shingle Peter, Charles st s of Hill 
Shingle Philip, baker, Charles st s of Hill 
Shinnick John D. potter, Bank st e of Eden 
Shinnick Jacob, ship joiner, e side Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Shinningham Peter, rigger, 23 Shakspeare st 

Shiplc turner, cor Euiaw and Lombard sts 

Shipley Chas. firm Shipley & Lester, carpenters, dw 32 Greene 

st adjoining Public school 
Shipley Zachariah, weaver, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Shipley Wm. jr. Biddle st w of Penn avenue 
Shi[)ley Zachariah, carpenter. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Shipley L. G. carpenter, Jasper st. dw Paca near Saratoga 
Shipley Geo. W. engineer, Lombard st e of Schroeder 
Shipley Joshua, milkman, cor Scott and St Peter sts 



SHI 346 SHR 



Shipley Wm. ckrk, German st opp Pine 

Shipley Benj. M. carpenter, Pratt st w of Greene, dw Paca 

Shipley Daniel E. rnt tailor, 5 s Sharp st near Baltimore, dw cor 

Columbia and Greene 
Shipley Hammond, blacksmith, Leadenhall st 
Shirk Henry & Co. bacon and provision store, FrankHn st w of 

Howard 
Shirk Henry, dw 192 n Howard st 
Shlessinger mrs N. I7i Harrison st 

Shoalz Andrew, baker, Shakspeare st betw Market and Bond 
Shock Georo^e, carpenter, cor Caroline and Pitt sts 
Shock mrs Harriet, Eutaw st n of Conway 
Shockney Saml. keeper Globe Tavern, Fish market space 
Shoemaker Charles, teacher, Pine st s of Franklin 
Shoemaker Georo:e, brickmaker, cor York and Sharp sts 
Shoemaker Wm. S. bridge builder, 4 Shakspeare st 
Shoemaker Geo, R. mariner, Gough st w of Bond 
Shoemaker John, carpenter, Gough si e of Eden 
Shol Sylvester, e side Beuren st 4 doors s of Madison 
Sholes Thomas C. upholsterer and Venetian bhnd maker, 56 

Baltimore st 
Short Hudson, rigger, Lancaster st e of Caroline 
Shortel Edwd. grocery and feed store, York av n of Madison st 
Shortt Philip, tailor. Fawn st e of High 
Shot Tower, Baltimore, Gay st near Saratoga 
Shot Tower, Phoenix, s e cor Front and Pitt sts 
Shot Tower, Eutaw, cor Conway and Eutaw sts 
Shotton John, butcher. Liberty alley near French st 
Shotts Daniel, groeer, Eden st n ol' Baltimore 
Shotts Jacob, carpenter, Fleet st e of Caroline 
Showacre John, inspector of customs, dw Paca st w of Warner 
Shraden & Sidz, stone cutlers, Eutaw st n of Carpenter's alley 
Shraden Henry, dw Paca st n of Pratt 
Shrader Prudence, tailoress, w side Ensor st n of Madison 
Shraur Christian, labourer, Lancaster st e of Market 
Shreck mrs Catharine, cor Aisquith and Thomsen sts 
Shreck Elizabeth, e side Happy alley n of Bank st 
Shreck G. & J. comb and variety store, 1 e Baltimore st 
Shreck Geo. W. of firm, dw Aisquith st s of Thomsen 
Shreck Jacob, of firm, dw Aisquith st s of Thomsen 
Shreiber Rev. Peter, at Rev. J. B. Gildea's, w side Front st 1 

door n of Catholic church 
Shreves Joshua B. shoemakers, s side Sterling st w of Monument 
Shrigley Rev. J. pastor of Universalist church, dw w side Front 

st n of Pitt 
Shriver capt John, Albemarle st s of Wilk 
Shriver Chas. labourer, 75 McElderry's wharf 
Shroeder Margaret, 26 Albemarle st 
Shrote John, baker, Conway st w of L Greene 
Shryack mrs Sarah, Pitt st e of Aisquith 



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Shryock Henry S. cabinet, chair and sofa man. Fayeite st opp 

Assembly rooms, dw 9 New Church st — see adv. p. 11 
Shuck Adam, halter, HoUiday st s of Bath 
Shuck Henry, watchman, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Shuck Michaelj police officer, Holland st w of Canal 
Shuck John, cabinet maker, e side Exeter st n of Gay 
Shulthers Henry, cabinet maker, w side Exeter st s of Low 
Shultz John, cabinet maker, Madison st e of Biddle 
Shultz Sophia, Hammond alley w of Caroline st 
Shunk Joseph, carpenter, Ensor st s of Madison 
Shurles J. H. ladies' shoemaker, 93 Hanover st 
Shurner Conrad, carpenter, cor St Paul st and Bank lane 
Shuter John, butcher, Sterlincr st n of Monument 
Shu(er Henry, shoemaker. Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Shuter James, grocer, s w cor High and Hillen sts 
Shutt Augustus P. fancy and Windsor chair man. 10 n Gay si. — 

see advertisement page 9 
Shutt mrs Sarah, 83 n Liberty st 
Shutz Henry, carpenter, Ross st near Biddle 
Shutze A. D. shoemaker, 13 Light st 
Shybly Peter, wheelwright, Amity st n of Baltimore 
SibI John, blacksmith, w side Light st n ol" Cross, dw rear 
Sibold Michael, baker, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Sibord Alexander, boat builder, s end Fell st. dw Bond 
Sibray Wm. plaisterer, cor New and Jasper sts 
Sickle Geo. G. grocer and baker, cor Aisquith and Holland ste 
Sides mrs Ann, Lombard st e of Schroeder 
Sidz Geo. firm Shrader &. Sidz, dw Baltimore si e of Pine 
SiegelSaml. firm Rosenburg & Siegel, Sterling st e ofMott 
Siemers H. & Klare, box makers, w side Howard st 2 doors s 

of Cider alley 
Siemers H. dw Conway st 

Siemers Jerhard, grocer, cor Columbia and Cove sts 
Sien George, 111 n Eutaw st 
Sigler Geo. H. tavern, cor Wiik and Caroline sts 
Siker Martin, butcher, Fred'k road s of Baltimor.e st extended 
Silbereisen P. tavern keeper, Penn avenue near Preston st 
Silence Richard, shoemaker, s side Sterling si e of Molt 
Silk Thomas R. mariner, Bank st e of Market 
Sills George, toy shop, w side Penn avenue n of Franklin st 
Sillwrighi Mrs. Mulberry st 1 door w of Pearl 
Silver Aaron, mariner, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 
Simering Christian, tobacconist, Louisiana st w of Jasper 
Simraerlarkin mrs C. Penn avenue near Hoffman st 
Simmonds John A. grocer, 46 Light st. dw 63 n Charles 
Simmonds John, carpenter, York avenue n of Madison st 
Simmonds John, brickmaker, Eutaw st n ofOstend 
Simmonds Elizabeth, Thames st w of Bond 
Simmons Stephen, rigger, Thames st e of Philpot 
Simmons Saml. F. Raborgst e of Cove 
Simmons A. H. firm A. S. Abell & Co. Exeter st s of Lombard 



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Simmons John A. grocer, Light st. dw Saralogra e of Liberty 
Simmons capt Wm. mariner, Orleans st e oi* Forest 
Simmons Richard, chandler, French st betw Forest and East 
Simmons Mary R. mantua maker, e side York av n of Mon't st 
Simmons John C. carpenter, n side Gay st e ofMott 
Simmont John, labourer, cor Cross st and Washinorton road 
Simms Wm. ^rocer, cor Pratt and Spear's wharf, dw Aisquitb 

st s of Low 
Simms Joseph, slove manufac. s e cor Light and Lombard sts,^ 

dw 83 Conway 
Simms Thomas,, labourer. Canton e of Harris's creek 
Simon Peter, miller, Strawberry al s of Lancaster st 
Simon Charles, dry goods mt. 53 n Howard st 
Simon Adam, tailor, Gay st s of Canal 
Simond Fredk. brickmaker, cor Columbia and Scott sts 
Simons Levi, machinist, intersection of Harford avand Ensor st 
Simonson John, chair manuf. 23 w Pratt st 
Simpson William, blacksmith, dw Fayette st e of Liberty, shop 

Water st e of Li<iht 
Simpson J. K. dw over 8 s Calvert st 
Simpson J. lapidary and seal engraver. Gay st near Frederick, 

rear of 58 
Simpson Thomas, shoemaker, Mullikin st n e of Fairmount 
Simpson Maria, dressmaker, s w cor Hanover and Pratt sts 
Simpson Wm. halter, Mullikin st n e of Fairmount 

Simpson , Orleans si w of Eden 

Simpson Horace, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Simpson Edward J. carpenter, Exeter st. dw s side French st 

w of Exeter 
Simpson Sarah, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Simpson Mrs. w side Exeter st s of French 
Simpson John, ship carpenter, 76 Alice Anna st 
Simpson Mary, Gough st s of Stiles 
Simpson James, shipwright, Granby st e of Gough 
Simpson John, rigger, w side Ann st s of Fleet 
Simpson Andrew, keeper of city public walk, Laudenslager's 

hill, s of Philadelphia road 
Simund Andrew, cabinet maker^ Richmond s^w of Tyson 
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r Matthew, stone cutter, Pearl st n of Fayette 

r Edward, ship carpenter, w side Light st s of Hamburg 

r Robert H. Forest st s of Madison 

r Alice, tailoress. Fleet st e of Market 

r Cyrus, blockmaker, Wilk st w of Albemarle 

r Perry, shipwright, Philpot st e of Wills 

r John, shipwright, do do 

r Mary Ann, Star al s of Wilk st 

r mrs Alice, tailoress, Gough st e of Happy al 

r Robert, jr. & Co. agricl. impl. man. Light st n of Pratt 

r R. jr. firm ditto, dw Lombard st 3d door w of Hanover 

r mrs Jane, e side Exeter st s of Granby 



Sindall Samuel, clerk, L Hampstead st opp Medical college 



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Sindell James, engraver, n w cor Ensor and East sts 

Singer Geo. clock and watchmaker and jeweller, 30 w Fayette st 

Singleton mrs Elizabeth, cor Gay and Fayette sts 

Singleton Charles F. mt. w side Commerce st s of Lombard, dw 

Courtland st n of Mulberry 
Sinners Elijah, jr. dw Fleet st w of Woife 
8inskey John, tavern keeper, 45 Thames st 
Sinton Elizabeth, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
Sinton Joseph F. cooper, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
Sintzel M. tailor, e side Light st 4 doors s of Hamburg st 
Sippel mrs D. vv side Paca st n of Lexington 
Sipple John, box maker, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Sirati Victor, hat manufac. n w cor Baltimore and Eutavv sts. 
Siscoe Charles, trimmings manuf. 71 Baltimore st opp Holliday, 

see advertisement, page 6 
Sitler miss Mary, dress maker, w side Greene st n of Mulberry 
Sitler Caroline, shoe binder, vv side Light st n of Hughes 
Siller Morris, confectioner, cor Pratt and Sharp sts 
Sitzler Bennei, shoemaker, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Skillman Robert, chairmaker, Thomsen st cor Short 
Skillman &c Busch, tobacconists, 21 C Market space 
Skillman George, firm ditto, dw 24 Albemarle st 
Skin George, grocery and feed store, York av n of Madison st 
Skinner John, ship carpenter. Hill st w of Light 
Skinner mrs Eleanor, Pitt st w of Eden 
Skinner mrs Ann, Canal st n of L McElderry 
Skinner Jeremiah, ship carpenter. Hill st w of Light 
Skinner William, harbourmaster, Hanover st s of York 
Skinner Zech. ship carpenter, 170 Hanover st 
Skinner Robert, last maker, Lombard st 2d door e of High 
Skinner Dr D. H. s side German st 2 doors e of Howard 
Skipper Joseph, Howard st n of Richmond market 
Skipper Cage, furniture car driver, Park st s of Richmond 
Skivington Patrick, carter, e side Paca st near Lexington 
Slack Wm. conductor of cars, Paca st w of the bend 
Slade Levi A. Bull's head tavern. Front st n of Gay 
Slain Francis, labourer, Preston st near Ross 
Slasper Peter, baker, Franklin st w of Cliatsworth 
Slate Geo. A. carpenter. Mulberry st vv of Park 
Slater George, grocer, Lexington st betvv Paca and Howard 
Slater Henry, comb and brush store, 36 Market st 
Slater Benj. tailor. Monument st betw Constitution and Forest 
Slater John, bacon dealer, Choptank st n of Baltimore 
Slater James, bacon mt. cor Gough and Bond sts 
Slatter Hope H. slave dealer, office 85 w Pratt st 
Slattrey John James, pedlar, w side High st n of Pitt 
Slaughter J. M. dw Franklin st e of Cathedral 
Slaughter lieut. Albert G. U. S. navy, 37 Albemarle st 
Slaughter Francis H. paper stainer, Baltimore st vr of Amity 
Slaysman Alex, plaisierer, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Slaysman Mahlon, huckster, York av n of Madison st 
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Slaysraan Mary, huckster, York av n of Madison st 

Slee John, e side Gay st s of East 

Sleeger Daniel, printer, e side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Slemmer Christian, U. S. watchman, Pratt st e of President 

Sleret Joseph, basket maker. Fleet st e of Bond 

Slesinger Nanette, clothes dealer, Lombard st 2d door s of Mar- 
ket space, dw Harrison st 

Slicer Rev Henry, Wilk st w of Market, adjoining Methodist 
Meeting house 

Slicer John, gardener. Low st w of Exeter 

Slicer Wm. Monument st w of Sterling 

Slicer Edward, Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Slingraan Herman, blacksmith, Wolfe al n of Conway st 

SlinglufFC. D. &, J. wholesale grocers & commission mts. 15 n 
Howard st 

Slingluff C. D. firm ditto, Lombard st 

SlinglufF Jesse, firm ditto, 59 Greene st n of Lexington 

Slingluff Sc Stevenson, dry goods mts. n e cor Howard and Bal- 
timore sts 

Slingluff Upton, firm ditto, dw Paca st 

Slingluff mrs E. e side Paca st n of Marion 

Sliver & Farringer, soap and candle makers. Liberty al near 
French st 

Sliver Abm. firm ditto, dw with Mr. Farringer, Constitution st 

Sliver Sarah, confectioner, Hillen st w of East 

Sloan Geo. F. clerk, 189 Hanover st 

Sloan, White & Co. lumber and coal mts- 27 Light st wharf 

Sloan John, of firm, dw 144 s Sharp st 

Sloan rflrs Harriet, 80 Camden st 

Sloan James, grocer, cor Exeter and Fawn sts 

Sloan Jane, alley s of Low st running from Front st to the falls 

Slous Wentzel, cabinet maker, 103 Bond st 

Sluver skin dresser, 63 Harrison st 

Small mrs Catharine, dry goods store, Fayette stw of Park 

Small John, silver plater, Silver st e ofEden 

Small col Jacob, s side Fayette st betw Gay and Holliday 

Small George, victualler, dvv Pitt si w of Ann 

Small John, 6 n Frederick st 

Small Josiah, sugar refiner, court w side Hanover market, dw w 
side Eutawsi 2d door n of Fayette 

Small Simon R. clerk, e side Eden st s of Pratt 

Small John, carpenter, w side Exeter st s of French 

Small Jesse, shoemaker, Armisfead lane e of Light st 

Smallbrook Henry, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine 

Smallwood mrs Julia, 6 Mulberry st w of Calvert 

Smallwood Francis, shoemaker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 

Smaltz mrs Christine, Wayne st w of Sharp 

Smart Thomas, button maker, cor Granby and Gough sts 

Smart J. G. Lexington st betw Liberty and Charles 

Sraeltz Edmund, e side Tripolett's alley near Second st 



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Smick Philip, engraver. Gay st near Canal 

Smidt E. T. 239 n Hov/ard st 

Smiley mrs Mary, dry goods store, Richmond st e of Lerew's al 

Smiley Robert, cooper, Albemarle st n of Stiles 

Smiley Robert, cooper, s side Mercer st 2d door e of Light 

Smith Wm. G. fish dealer, e side Apple alley s of Baltimore st 

Smith Christopher, Raborg st e ofSchroeder 

Smith John, tailor, Albemarle st n of Wilk 

Smith Adam, cooper, Raborg st e of Poppleton 

Smith & Sharkey, crockery mts. cor Howard and German ^ts 

Smith Wm. cigar maker, Raborg st w of Greene 

Smith Wm, cooper, Raborg si e of Pine 

Smith Joseph, bricklayer, Lexington st vv of Cove 

Smith Joseph F. cabinet maker, Cowpen alley 

Smith Ed\Vard, tailor, Cowpen alley near Howard st 

Smith George, cabinet maker, Marion st e of Howard 

Smith Mrs. tailoress, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Smith Frederick, victualler, cor Rock and Saratoga sts 

Smith Henry, victualler, w end Saratoga st 

Smith J. & A. iron store, 4 Pratt st wharf 

Smith John, of firm, dw Saratoga st betw Sharp and Charles 

Smith Alex, of firm, dw Charles st n of Fayette 

Smith mrs Susan, 18 Saratoga st e of watch house 

(Smith Peter, tailor, Saratoga st 1 door w of Gay 

'Sm^rth Thos. Watson, cabinet maker, dw Harrison st near Gay 

;Smith Christian H, saddler, 56 n Frederick st 

Smith Ludwig, 58 n Frederick st 

Smith & Curlett, soap and candle manufacturers, cor Holliday 

and Pleasant sts 
Smith T. M. of firm, dw Sharp st 
Smith Dr. Gideon B. ed. Silk Journal, office cor North and Fay 

ette sis. dw Mulberry betw Pearl and Pine 
Smith Robt. Monument sq^i-iare, Calvert st 
^mith Francis H. agent Franklin Fire Insurance Co. Phil, and 

N. Y. Life Insurance and Trust Co. over 48 Lombard st. 
■Smith & Proud, proprietors Steam brick press, cor Jefferson and 

Botid sts. office over 48 Lombard st opp the Exchange 
Smith Mrs. 52 n Charles st 
Smith Reuben, merchant tailor, 8 n Liberty st 
Smith E. chair maker, 68 n Howard st 
Smith Abijah, carpenter, 263 n Howard st 
Smith & CuUimore, blacksmiths, cor Thames and Fell sts 
Smith Geo. of firm, dw Ann st near Alice Anna 
Smith J. A. dw29 Fell st 

Smith mrs Lambert, cor Pleasant st and Mitchell's alley 
Smith mrs Margaret, marketer. Mulberry st e of Pine' 
Smith Andrew, drayman, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Smith Henry, cooper. Mulberry st e of Poppleton 
Smith David, firm Ford & Smith, dw Lombard st w of Exeter 
Smith James, comb maker. Mulberry st w of Cove 
Smith Alex, clerk, Mulberry st 2 doors e of Paca 



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Smith mrs Dr. Franklin st 1 door \v of Pearl 

Smith John W. agent, 16 Second st. dvv Franklin e of Cove 

Smith Jacob, firm Rau & Smith, dvv 164 n Paca st 

Smith Nicholas C. carpenter, dvv Madison st e of Eutaw 

Smith Edward, tailor, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Smith mrs Elizabeth, George st w of Penn avenue 

Smith Geo. W. ladies' shoemaker, cor George and Pine sts 

Smith 1. teacher, St Mary st e of Penn avenue 

Smith mrs Nancy, Ross st extended. 

Smith mrs Ann, Ross st 1 door from Biddle 

Smith Geo. victualler, Union st near Penn avenue 

Smith mrs Ellen, Pierce st w of Chatsvvorth 

Smith James, drayman^^Cathedral st extended 

Smith mrs Mary, Amity st s of Fayette 

Smith Daniel, labourer, Amity st n of Raborg 

Smith Chas. cooper, cor Baltimore and Cove sis. dvv Rock it 

of Lexington 
Smith Eli, cooper, Cove st s of Franklin • 

Smith Solomon, tailor, cor Pine st and Chestnut alley 
Smith Aaron B. auctioneer, cor Pine and Sarah Ann sts 
Smith John, lock maker. Pearl st n of Lexington 
Smith Eli, cooper. Pine st s of Bait, dvv cor Pine and Raborg 
Smith John C. tobacconist, 119* Baltimore st — see adv. p 4 
Smith D. 307 Baltimore st 
Smith Nicholas, Baltimore st near Amity 
Smith George, cooper, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Smith Andrew, tobacco, segar and snufF man. and importer of 

Cuba and Havana, and leaf tobacco, 270 Baltimore st. dw 

Paca vv of L Greene 
Smiih &- Aikinson, druggists, 228 Baltimore st 
Smith Robt. M. of firm, dvv 70 Camden st 
Smith \Vm. seaman, Holland st e of Canal 

Smith Orleans st opp Short 

Smith mrs Ann, seamstress, Monument st betw Constitution 

and Forest 
Smith Sebastian, wheelwright, Madison st e of Ensor 
Smith John M. carpenter, Exeter st. dw Madison e of Aisquith 
Smith Andrew, 80 Pitt st 
Smith mrs Susan, mantua maker, 86 Pitt st 
Smith mrs Elizabeth, Harford avenue n of Madison 
Smith Henry, butcher. Strawberry alley n of Pitt st 
Smith John, soap boiler, French st opp East 
Smith John, printer, French st opp Exeter 
Smith Joseph, Constitutian st n of French 
Smith John P. painter. Gay st n of Monument 
Smith Job & Co. lumber mts. Buchanan's wharf 
Smith Job, dw Front st n of Catholic church 
Smith Nicholas, grocer, York avenue n of Monument st 
Smith John J. Lovely lane 
Smith Robt. A. shoemaker, Neighbour st betw York and Ha3>. 

ford avrenues 



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Smith Thos. M. furniture store, Eutaw st opp Clay 

Smith John, blacksmith, 127 n Paca st 

Smith Thos. G. carpenter, 127 n Paca st 

Smilh A. H. paper hanirer, n w cor Penn av and Pearl st 

Smith mrs K. w side Penn av n of Greenwillovv st 

Smith Geo. butcher, Penn avenue near Hoffman st 

Smith James L. tailor, Gay st n of Monument 

Smith Peter, huckster, s e cor Gay and East sts 

Smith mrs S. E. milliner, Gay st near East 

Smith A. K;. dry ^oods dealer, s side Gay st e of Front 

Smith Amanda, Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Smith i— . s side Sterling st e of Mott 

Smith Patrijck R. carter, e of Ensor st n of Madison 

Smith Joseph, labourer. Sterling st n of Monument 

Smith Johq, carpenter. East st n of Douglass 

Smith Barrier, carter, \v side Potter st n of Pitt 

Smith Wm. carter, w side Potter st n of Pitt 

Smith Priscilla, seamstress. Potter st cor Half Moon alley 

Smith Mary, e side Exeter st s of Low 

"Smith E. teacher, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Smith Elizabeth, baker, w side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Smith James, e side Exeter st s of French 

Smith Eliza, seamstress, e side High st n of Pitt 

Smith Chas. printer, Frederick road e of toll gate 

Smith Abraham, wagoner, Frederick road w of toll gate 

Smith Joseph, cooper, cor Hollins and Poppleton sts 

Smith Nicholas, cooper, Hollins st e of Amity 

Smith Abraham M. machinist, Hollins st w of Poppleton 

•Smith John, engineer, Lombard st w of Amity 

Smith Patrick, labourer. Carpenter's alley e of Penn st 

Smith John, confectioner. Carpenter's alley w of Eutaw st 

Smith Ransalear, stove man. Light st. dw Pratt e of Penn 

Smith mrs Henrietta, Dover st e of Greene 

Smith A. Columbia st w of Greene 

Smith Lloyd, labourer, China alley s of Lee st 

Smith Dr.'Wm. A. Eutaw st s of Pratt 

Smith John, baker, Eutaw st s of Dover 

Smith Geo. painter, Paca st e of Warner 

Smith Elias, grocer, Paca st w of Warner 

Smith Henry, cooper. Welcome alley e oi' Charles st 

Smilh &, Williams, carpenters, Lee st w of Hanover 

Smith Thos. P. blacksmith, York st w of Light 

Smith Joshua, engineer, York st e of Light 

Smith John, seaman, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Smith Morris, Armistead lane w of William st 

Smith Wm. whitesmith, cor York st and X all 

Smith & Fenn, clock warehouse, 34 s Charles 

Smith Geo. M. of firm, dw Hill st w of Charles 

Smith Ann, w side Spring st s of Pratt 

Smith Wm. painter, Hill st w of Hanover 

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Smith James L. shoemaker, Pratt st w of Dugau's wharf, dw 

Eden st n of Gough 
Smith mrs Eliza, seamstress, Wayne st w of Howard 
Smith Henry, tailor, Slemmer alley sof Stiles st 
Smith Wm. cooper, Montoromery st w of Liijht 
Smith Thos. carpenter, w Falls avenue s of Lombard st 
Smith Geo. labourer, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Smith Henry, labourer, adjoining Telegraph, Fed. hill 
Smith mrs Sarah, Charles st s of Conway 
Smith Lewis, e side Frederick st s of Baitimore 
Smith Patrick, .labourer, Charles st sof York 
Smith J. L. M. importer of wines, 21 South st 
Smith John B. blacksmith, 116 s Sharp st 
Smith Ringgold, chair maker, s e cor South st and Exchange 

place, dw Pr^tt st 
Smith t)aniel, shoemaker, cor Howard and York sts 
Smith R. & J. grocers and com mts. 71 Calvert st 
Smith Richard, breaksman on Phil, and Wilmington Rail Road, 

" dw Thames st 
Smith Fanny, furnishing store, Thames st e of Market 
Smith John Adam, tailor, 9 Thames st 
Smith John T. shoemaker, n e cor Grant and Lombard sts 
Smith & CuUimore, shipsmiths, cor Thames and Wolfe sts 
Smith George, of firm, dw e side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Smith Saml. painter, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 
Smith Matthew, w side Sharp st n of Lombard 
Smith Elias J. pilot, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Smith Chas. blacksmith, n side Carpenter's alley e of Eutaw st 
Smith J. C. grocer, cor Alice Anna and Market sts. dw 12 

Alice Anna 
Smith Griffin, pilot, Alice Anna st w of Washington 
Smith mrs Louisa, grocer, 15 w Pratt st 
Smith James, wheelwright. Fountain st e of Washington, dw 

Fleet e of Washington 
Smith Richard W. miner. Fleet st e of Washington 
Smith Alice, huckster, n side Fish market space 
Smith capt James G. 19 Fleet st 
Smith Louisa A. tavern, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Smith Elizabeth, grocer. Second st w of Centre market space 
Smith Saml. C. cooper. Bank st e of Eden 
Smith Dr. N. R. surgeon, cor Lombard st and Gillingham's al 
Smith John, surgeon, cor Bank st and Strawberry alley 
Smith John S. Exchange place, n side Lombard st 
Smith Andrew, cor Gough st and Apple alley 
Smith James, n side German st 3 doors e of Eutaw 
Smith 8c Patiison, merchants, Dugan's wharf near Pratt st 
Smith John, of firm, dw Fawn st e of High 
Smith mrs James, shawls and coats cleaLser, n side German st S 

• doors e of Eutaw 
Smith Wm. F. ship builder, Philpot st. dw Block w of Thame* 
Smith Geo. W. baker, Block st w of Wills 



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Smith Chas. shoemaker, Temple st near Baltimore 

Smith Ji)seph, rnillwriirht, Philpot st e of Wills 

Smith David, mariner, Gouii^h st s ol'Granby 

Smith Jno. S. clothing store, 20 e Pratt st. dw cor Pratt & Gough 

Smith George, rigger, Philpot alley e of Canal st 

Smith Ebenezer, hackman, Philpot alley w of Canal st 

Smith David, dry sroods dealer, dw Lombard st w of Exeter 

Smith Peter M. fish dealer, Lombard st w of Caroline 

Smith James, carpenter, Lombard st e of Caroline 

Smith Seth, last maker, 22 s Calvert st. dw Lombard w of Canal 

Smith Cyrus, tailor, 14 Salisbury st 

Smith Gerard F. grocer, s side Salisbury st e of Canal 

Smith capt S. n side Baltimore st e of Rxeter 

Smith Thomas, blacKsmith, Canton near Sugar house 

Smith Philip, labourer, Wolf st n of Lancaster 

Smith Thomas, milkman, e side Ann st n of Gough 

Smith Pamelia, e side Ann st s of Gough 

Smith James, bricklayer, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 

Smith Chas. pilot, vv side Ann st s of Wilk 

Smith James P. 37 Market st 

Smith Adam, shoemaker, w side Caroline st s of Wilk 

Smithson Ann, Pleasant st w of North 

Smithson Cabries E. grocer, cor Low and Potter sts 

Smithson miss Hannah, Garden st near Madison 

Smithson Thomas, carpenter, L Greene st s of Paca 

Smitzer John, shoemaker, Penn avenue near St Mary st 

Smoke Nicholas, carter, Sunar alley vv of Light st 

Smull David B. coppersmith, 3 vv Pratt st. dw Exeter n of Granby 

Smute Joseph, wheel wriirhr, Poppleton st s of McHenry alley 

Smyth Philip, tailor, s side Low st e of High 

Smyth John, watchman, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

Snack Henry, carpenter. Chestnut alley w of Pine st 

Suavely John, baker, e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Sneed Edward, ship carpenter, William st s of Hamburg 

Sneitker Frederick, carter, Shakspeare st e of Bond 

Snerne Joseph, labourer, Eden st s of Bank 

Snethen Joseph R. shoemaker, Eutaws u of Conway 

Snider Lewis, carpet weaver, s side French st e of Exeter 

Snider Henry, produce mt. vv side Penn av n of Franklin st 

Snider Peter, bricklayer, Sterling st s of Madison 

Snider Louis, carpet weaver, Balderston st e of Charles 

Snider Hannah, seamstress, e side Beuren st n of Liberty alley 

Snip Nicholas, sugar baker, e side Jew alley 

Snip Nicholas, sugar baker, cor Jew alley and Marion st 

Snodgrass Dr. J. E. editor Saturday Visiter, High st s of Low 

Snook Peter, tanner and currier, cor Pine st and Chestnut alley 

Snow Jacob, barber. Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 

Snow cap.t Freeman, Albemarle st s of Stiles 

Snowden Jane, Potter st n of Douglass 

Snowden Eliza, teacher, s wcor Sharp and Lombard sts 

SnufTMill (steam) Co. Beuren st near French, Wm. Heald, pres. 



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Snyder mrs E. fancy and millinery store, Lexington ste of Sharp 

Snyder Henry, justice of peace, 15 Mercer st. dw 257 n Howard 

Snyder Matthew, baker, 206 n Howard st 

Snyder John, saddler, 226 Baltimore st. dw Mulberry w of Paca 

Snyder Samuel, tinner, 3 George st 

Snyder Georse, tailor, Holland st e of Aisquith 

Snyder tiirs Harriet, grocer, cor Orleans and Young sts 

Snyder John, carpenter, cor Orleans and Young sts 

Snyder Jacob, blacksmith. Monument st e of Constitution 

Snyder mrs J. C. w side Greene st 3 doors n of Mulberry 

Snyder Wm. coachmaker, w Pratt st e of Howard, dw Dover e 

of Greene 
Snyder Wm. coachmaker, cor Eutaw and German sts 
Snyder Baltzer, labourer, cor Thames and Market sis 
Snyder Henry, tailor, e Pratt st near the falls 
Snyder Joseph R. public store, dw Baltimore st w of Lloyd 
Snyder Adam, paver, 9 Bond si 
Snyder Dr. P. e side Exeter si s of Pratt 
Snyder Henry, cooper, President st n of Stiles 
So'hn Conrad, shoemaker, Park st s of Saratoga 
Sokel Henry, baker, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Sollers Benjamin, blacksmith, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Sollers Thomas O. clerk at jail, d w cor Aisquith and Chew sts 
Sollers mrs Elizabeth, Canal st n of Jefferson 
Solomon Wm. sailmaker, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Solomon Wm. boot and shoe store, cor Shakspeare and Bond sts 
Solomon Edward J. sailmaker. Fleet st w of Washington 
Solomon Benjamin, 97 Hanover st 
Solter Christian, shoemaker, Orleans st e of Short 
Solwish George A. H. manner, cor Shakspeare and Bond sts 
Somer John, watchmaker, 83 Bond st 
Somerville Wm. machinist, Madison st e of Aisquith 
Somerville James, painter, e side Beuren st n of Monument 
Somerville Elijah, tailor, Beuren st n of Monument 
Somon Joseph, paver. Sterling st n olMadison 
Sommer Jacob, coach and harness maker, n w cor Howard and 

Lombard sts 
Sommer Frederick, tavern, 45 Bond st 
Sommers Samuel, coach painter, Wayne st e of Howard 
Summer Benedict, brass tbunder. Fell st s of Thames 
Sonder Conrad, shoemaker, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Sopp Francis, stone cutter, alley w of William st s of West 
Soran Charles, clerk in custom house, Albemarle st n of Fawn 
Soran John, chair manufaclurer, cor Gough and Bond sts 
Sosenheimer John, tinner, 243 n Howard st 
Soubiron Von, David, boarding house. Park st n of Fayette 
Souder Conrad, shoemaker, Caroline st s of Wilk, dw Spring 4 

doors n of Wilk 
Soul Adam, cabinet maker, w side Grant st n of Lombard 
Soulsby Robt. "Vauxhall hotel" e side Light st 3 doors s of York 
Southcorab Carey, plumber, Lombard st w of Lloyd 



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Southeomb mrs Elizabeth, wside Bond st s of Gough 

Southcomb J. P. demist, 18 Hi^^h st 

Southerland John, carter, Strawberry alley s of Jefferson st 

Southgale F. Walter, dvv 6 Front st 

SoiitliCTate Robert O. dw Calvert st n of Mulberry 

Spaffbrd mrs Ann, w side Bond st n of Bank 

Spaid Gotleib, butcher, Ensor st near Harford avenue 

Spalding mrs A. B. n Gay st opposite German church 

Spalding B. R. commission agent, 18 Commerce st. dvv St Paul 3 

doors n of Mulberry 
Spalding Samuel, shoemaker. Cross gt w of William 
Spalding John A. carpenter. Sugar alley e of Light st 
Spangler Susan, mantua maker, Bath st \v of Holliday 
Sparbuck Moses, n e cor Eutaw and Saratoga sts 
Sparhawk Stearns, currier, 6 e Water st. dw 11 Second e of South 
Sparkes John, woodsawyer, w side Light st n Henrietta 
Sparkes Thomas D. tobacconist. Canal st s of Monument 
Sparkes Sarah Ann, doctress, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Sparklin Samuel, shoemaker, Canal st n of Jefferson 
Sparksmrs Dorcas, Pearl st n of Saratoga 
Sparks Samuel R. turner. Canal st s of Monument 
Sparmer Conrad, w Falls avenue s of Lombard st 
Spasm Wm. Hamburg st e of Charles 
Spavin Alexander, engineer, Hughes st e of Light 
Speaks Nicholas, shoemaker. Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Speaks mrs Sarah, w side Eutaw st n of Fayette 
Speaks Edward, vvatchman, Aisquith st n of Low 
Spear Wm. dw Lexington st w of North 
Spear mrs Mary, Pleasant st3 doors w of St Paul 
Spear Leonora, Pratt st e of Exeter 
Spear Charles, grocer, s e cor Liberty and Howard sts 
Spears Wm. mariner, cor Lancaster and Wolfe sts 
Spedden Thomas, grocer, Baltimore st 1 door w of Republican 
Spedden Vincent P. grocer, cor Lombard and Hollins sts 
Spedden Edward, brickmaker, Conway st w of L Paca 
Spedden Jos. H. firm Graham & Spedden, Gough st n of Bond 
Spedden Robert, firm Rickey, Spediien & Co. dwe side Bond st 

stn of Wilk 
Speddy John, carpenter, Gough st w of Caroline 
Speed J. J. attorney at law. Gay st opposite the exchange 
Speires Mrs. n of Philadelphia road near city limits 
Spelman Nicholas, academy, Hillen st near Monument 
Spence Lydia, huckster, w side Potter st s of French 
Spence John, police officer, Barnard's office, dw w side Highst 

s of French 
Spence John, Lombard st e of Amity 

Spence Wm. W. & Co. commission merchants, 5 Spear's wharf 
Spencer Catherine, tavern, 4 Market st » 

Spencer Mrs. n side Fayette st e of Paca 
Spencer G. K. dry goods dealer, 68 Hanover st 



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Spencer mrs Susan, Fayette st vv of Pine 

Spencer Thos. grocery & feed store, cor Bank st & Strawberry al 

Spencer mrs Eleanor, dry goods store, Lexington st betw Euiaw 

and Paca 
Spencer Abel, findings store, 24 n Gay st 
Spencer Mark, cooper, Howard st n ofFranklin 
Spencer Robert, Madison st e ol'Eutaw 
Spencer Mrs. Charles st 4 doors n of Hamilton 
Spencer mrs Susan, Poppleton st n of Raborg st 
Spencer Thomas H. shoemaker, 9 Mulberry court, e of Rock st 

and s of Saratoga 
Spencer William, seaman, Lee st e of Charles 
Spencer Hugh, carpenter, 113 s Howard st 
Sperry Warden W. dry goods mt. 61 vv Lexington st 
Sperry Wm. clock maker, 13 Albemarle st 
Sperry Peter E. Conway st e of Eutaw 
Sperry Caroline, stock store, 13 Md Arcade, dw Albemarle st 
Spicer Thomas, clerk District Md. office basement story Maso- 
nic Hall, dw w side Eutaw st betw Saratoga & Mulb'y^ 
Spicer John, tailor, Franklin st e of Pearl, dw George st w of 

Penn av 
Spicer miss Elizabeth, tailoress, Peters's al n of George st 
Spicer Hiram, grocer, cor Lombard and Amity sts 
Spicer John, labourer, Biddle al near Ross st 
Spicer Samuel, shoemaker, Monument st e of Spring ^ 

Spies J. Jacob, shoemaker, w side Paca st n of Lexington 
Spies Charles L. prof, dancing, s e cor Baltimore & Charles sts. 

dw cor Fayette and Pearl sts — see advertisement page 32 
Spies John G. comb maker, Hill st w of Hanover 
Spiknel John, s w cor Fish market and Concord st 
Spilcker Charles Wm. city oil store, 106 Baltimore st 
Spilker Chas. firm HofFmeister & Co. dw Baltimore st opp Pearl 
Spilman Jas. hardware mt. n side Gay st e of the bridge 
Spilt John, blacksmith, Schroeder st s of Baltimore st 
Spindler Wm. C, 13 Spring st Fountain rovv 
Spires Mrs. w of Loney's lane s of e Monument st extended 
Sponsler John, transporter of oysters, 17 Franklin st 
Sprague Geo. pilot, Pitt st w of Bond 
Sprankling James, grocer, cor Pitt and Bond sts 
Spreckelsen Geo. A. V. ship chandler and rope maker, Thames 

st opp Caroline, dw Pratt st e of Exeter 
Sprigg D. cashier of Merchants' Bank, dw 14 w Fayette st w 

of Liberty 
Sprigg Horace, found ryman, Leadenhall st 
Spriggs David, cooper, n e cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Spriggs JameS; drayman. Park st s of Clay • 

Springer David C. Stiles st e of High 
Sprinkle Charles, chair maker, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Sprole John, huckster, Monument st e of Spring 
Sproston mrs Jane, n side Fayette st w of Paca 
Sprowl James, shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 



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Srucebank Benager, shoemaker, Cathedral st extended 
Srucebank Rebecca, tailoress, w side Light st 2d door n of Su- 
gar alley 
Spurrier B. & N. conveyancers, Lexington st w of St Paul 
Spurrier Beale, firm ditto, dw Courtland st n of Saratoga 
Spurrier Nelson, firm ditto, Fayette st e of Cove 
Spurrier G. D. & Cinnamond, conveyancers, s e cor of Gay and 

Second sts — see adv. paore 36 
Spurrier Windham, clerk, dw Pearl st n of Lexington 
Spurrier Wm. Paca st s of Dover 
Spurrow Tedor, cooper, Warner st n of Paca 
Sroud John, rope maker, Harford av near the rope walk 
Sroud Wm. bricklayer, do do do 

Stabler & Canby, wholesale druggists, Pratt st w of Calvert 
Stabler E. H. firm ditto, 87 Conway st 
Stackler John, tailor, Park st n of Saratoija 
Stafford mrs Catharine, Fell st 2d door from Wolfe 
Stafford mrs M. E. female academy, High st n of Lombard 
Statibrd Mary, York av n of Madison st 
Stafford capt Wm. 3 Caroline st n of Gough "^ 

Staggleman Abm. shoemaker, Canal st s of Monument 
Stahl Mary, tavern, w side Hanover market 
Stahl Jacob, s side French st w of Exeter 
Stahl Andrew, bricklayer, vv side JavSper st 1 doors of Ross 
Stakes Archibald G. com. mt. 10 Bowley's wharf, up stairs 
Stafford Frederick, currier, Eutavv st n of Conway 
Stall Wm. produce mt. dw Monument st e of Eutavv 
Stall Alexander, carpenter, Ross st w of Jasper 
Stall mrs Elizabeth, Ross st near Entaw 
Stall D. bricklayer. Cove st n of Mulberry 
Stall Wm. grocer, se cor Eutaw and Monument sts 
Stallings Aquilla J. bricklayer, e side Constitution st n of French 
Stallings Samuel, brickmaker, Scott st s of Columbia 
Stallions Peter, brickmaker, Columbia st e of Cove 
Stamdiford mrs Lydia, Pine st s of George 
Stammen Bernard, ornamental painter, Aisquith st s of Madison 
Stammer mrs Mary, Eden st n of Orleans 
Stamp George L. Sharp st n of Lexington 
Stamp Thomas, cooper, Haw st w of Emory 
Stamp Geo. A. accountant, dw 70 n Liberty st 
Stamp Henry, labourer. Sharp st s of Hill 
Standerford Jacob, milkman, Monument st e of Caroline 
Standerford Philip, millwright., Hollinsst w of Schroeder 
Staney John, metre maker. Gas house, dw Potter st n of Hillen 
Stanford Thomas H. ladies' shoemaker. Pearl st s of Franklin 
Stanford Thomas, hatter, Orleans st w of Young 
Stanford Henry, hatter, Thomsen st e of Friendship 
Stanford Catharine, ladies' nurse. East st n of Pitt 
Stanley Sc Co. stove dealers, 50 s Calvert st cor Lombard 
Stannard G. firm Ford & Stannard, dw cor Greene st n of Pratt 
Stanner Abraham, tailor, Pine st s of Mulberry 



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Stansbury Ann, tailoress, Saratoga st w of Liberty 

Stansbury Datiiel, sboemaker. Monument st av of Eden 

Stansbury Jesse, collector, Aisquith st extended 

Stansbury Wm. Harford av near rope walk 

Stansbury Nicholas, C Market space, dw w side Front st n of 
the Church 

Stansbury A. M. cooper, s side Front st n of French 

Stansbury John S. distiller, w side Penn av n of Franklin st. dw 
Penn av 

Stansbury Emanuel, guager, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 

Stansbury Abitha, Forest st n of Hillen 

Stansbury D. carpenter^ e side Hio;ht st s of French 

Stansbury E. H. Eutaw st n of Conway 

Stansbury Robert, labourer, Wayne st e of Eutaw 

Stansbury Joseph B. druggist, 39 Thames st 

Stansbury John E. livery stables and hack proprietor, cor Lan- 
caster and Bond sts 

Stansbury Hammond, carpenter. Bank st w of Wolfe 

Stansbury R. bootmaker, s side Baltimore st 2d door e of Canal 

Stansbury T. J. harbour master, w side Bond st s of Lancaster 

Stansbury Abraham, tavern, e side Caroline st s of Lancaster . 

Stanton miss Ellen, Orleans st w of Lewis 

Stapleford William, watchman, Lombard st w of Market 

Stapleton Mrs. boarding house, over s w Cor Sharp and Bait, sts 

Stapleton J. K. & Son, brush, bellows and fishing tackle manuf. 
258 Baltimore 

Stapleton Joshua, carpenter, Lexington st near Liberty, dw Ais- 
quith st s of Madison 

Stapleton R. E. e side Exeter st n of Pitt 

Stark Martin, blacksmith, Saratoga st e of Rock 

Stark & Wolf, carpenters, Balderston st e of Charles 

Starkey John, gardener, Belle Air road 

Starr George, carpenter, Aisquith st s of McElderry 

Starr R. & Co. tobacconists, 27 s Calvert st 

Starr Robert, firm ditto, dw 52 Pittt st 

Starr Robert, clerk, Conway st e of L Greene 

Starr Dr H. 29 n Liberty st 

Starr John, cooper, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 

Starr Nancy, Wagon al e of Eutaw st 

Starr mrs Rebecca, 52 Pitt st 

Starr & Ford, mt. tailors, 62 South st 

Starr Edward G. dw do 

Starr George, carter, Montgomery st e of Charles st 

Starr Wesley, com. mt. 9 Light st wharfj dw Conway st e of 
Green 

Starr Wm. tailor, w side Howard st 2d door s of Carpenter^s al 

Starr mrs Martha, tailoress, Green st n of Paca 

Start Benj. carpenter, Eden st h of Orleans 

Startzman Abm. tanner, Eden st near Spring, dwEden st n of 
of Orleans 

Starlzraan Isaac, currier, 56 s Calvert st 



STA 361 STE 

Staky J. M. reader in Hebrew congregation Harrison st. dvv ii 

side Ensor st e of Potter 
Startzman Angelica, Lombard st w ori\Ibemarle 
Siarwite John, shoemaker, Orchard st near Ross 
Staten David, carpenter, cor Holland and Canal sts 
Staum John, comb maker, Haw st w of Emory 
Stauter John, blacksmith, L Sharp st near Baltimore, dvv 25 

New Church st 
Staylor Hy. carpenter, e side High st s of French, dvv French st 

2d door from Centre 
Staylor mrs Eliza, huckster, West st w of Light 
Staylor John, ropemaker. West st e of Charles 
Stead & Taylor, man. cast steel saws, near Canton iron works 
Stead George, firm ditto, dw Alice Anna st w of Ann st 
Steadman James, bricklayer, 78 Pitt st 
Steam Towing Co's office, s end city block 
Stearns & Sikken, dry goods mts. 45 Baltimore st 
Stearns Thomas, com. shoe mt. 4 German st 
Steck Henry, shoemaker, 195 Holliday st 
Steel Robert, carpet weaver. Rock st n of Lexington 
Steel David, cabinet maker, w side Exeter st n of Hilien 
Steele Isaac Nevilt, alty. at law, 10 St Paul st 
Steele Samuel, watch & clock maker, and assayer of silver plate, 

33 C Market space 
Steen George W. clerk, Charles st n of Barre 
Steers Geo. wheelwright, e side Liberty st 7 doors s of German 
Steever Geo. bookseller, 20 Penn ar near St Mary st 
Steibel John Henry, watchmaker, Penn av near Preston st 
Steiger Miss, milliner, Baltimore st w of Republican 
Steiger John, blacksmith, do do do 

Steigers Charles, carpenter, George st e of Pine 
Steigler Andreas, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Steikerwald Adam, carter, w side Apple al s of Alice Anna st 
Stein S. hatter, n side Gay st e of Front 
Steinacker G. boot and shoemaker, rear of Baltimore st w of 

Schroeder 
Steiner James, dw Saratoga st betw Park and Liberty sts 

Steinberger , pedler, Shakspeare st e of Bond 

Stembler Nicholas, boot & shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Wands- 
beck st 
Stembler J. shoemaker, Hollins st e of Schroeder 
Stenson mrs Mary, Mulberry st e of Park 
Stephan John, baker, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Stephens & Cockrill, grocers and com. mts. 11 Light st wharf 
Stephens John A. firm ditto, dw Montgomery st 
Steret Joseph, basket maker. Fleet st e of Bond 
Sterling mrs William, 20 s Exeter st 
Stermer Martin, labourer, e side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Stern Philip, tailor, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Stern Henry, baker, 134 Bond st 

Sterquel Peter, variety store, e side Beuren st 2 drs s of Madisoa 
2£ 



STE 362 STE 

Sterras Patrick, grocer, East st n of Douo;lass 
Stetson Gushing, (house of F. W. Brune& Son,) dw28Holliday 
Steuart David, corn. mt. Light st wharf, d\v 61 s Sharp si 
Steuart William, justice of peace, Louisiana st betw Eutaw and 

Paca, dw Paca st s of Elbow lane 
Steuart Wm. H. Salisbury st w of Exeter 
Steuart David, jr. counting house 2 Light st. dvv Sharp st 
Steuart George, carpenter, 11 New Church st 
Steuart Glendy, firm Hugh Bolton & Co. dw Caroline st 
Steuart Gen. G. H. atty. at law, dw w end Baltimore st ext'd. 
Steuart Ebenezer, carpenter, e side Howard st 3 drs s of Dover 
Steuart Robert St John, stone cutter, cor Pratt and Concord sts. 

dw Granby st w of Canal 
Steuart mrs Elizabeth, Salisbury st w of Exeter 
Stevens Alexander, ship builders, w Falls av, dw Lombard st n 

side near Jones's falls 
Stevens John, trunkmaker, Orleans st w of Strawberry al 
Stevens mrs Mary, Armistead lane, w of William st ' 
Stevens Richard, 62 n Frederick st 
Stevens James, Richmond st w of Tyson 
Stevens John, mt. dw St Paul st n of Franklin 
Stevens James, milk seller, s side French st e of Bath 

Stevens , Charles st 3 drs n of Lexington st. dw5 Barnet 

Stevens Wm. baker, w side High st s of Gay 

Stevens mrs Catharine, cor Greene and Franklin sis 

Stevens John G. firm Emory & Stevens, dw Pacast w of bend 

Stevens Mary, George st w of Pen n av 

Stevens Wm. trunk maker, Orleans st e of Strawberry al 

Stevens mrs Elizabeth, Lee st e ol" Charles 

Stevens John L. Hughes st w of Ligrht 

Stevens Geo. L. book keeper, 10 s High st 

Stevens John, grocer, Light st wharf, dw Montgomery st w of 

Charles 
Stevens Mary, seamstress, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 
Stevens Alexander, ship yard, city block, dw Lombard 
Stevens Ellen, Bank st w of Caroline 
Stevenson Thomas, s side Lombard st e of Market space 
Stevenson Rev Wesley, collector, 237 n Howard st 
Stevenson William, saddler, over w side Hanover st 3d door s of* 

Baltimore 
Stevenson Joshua, firm Slingluff& Stevenson, dwPaca st 
Stevenson George, carpenter, Holland st w of Canal 
Stevenson Urath, w side Front st n of Catholic church 
Stevenson R. 139 n Eutaw st 
Stevenson Joshua, 14 Eutaw st 
Stevenson Ann, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Stevenson Cecelia, w of Cove st near Spring Gardens 
Stevenson Henry, firm Job Smith & Co. dw Baltimore st opp 

Aisquith 
Stevenson Wm. dw Charles st n of Saratoga 



STE 363 STE 



Stevenson Stephen, Montgonfiery st e of Light 

Stevenson George, book binder. Pearl st n of Fayette 

Stevenson Dr. J. S. 96 Exeter st 

Stever Daniel, e side Potter st n ofHillen 

Steveson capt [gnat'us, Fayette st w of Popplelon 

Steward mrs Jane, Madison st e of Biddle 

Steward mrs M. J. milliner, Mulherry st w of Pearl 

Steward Henry D. tin and sheet iron workerj 17i Harrison st. 

dw e side Eden st n of Gough 
Steward Edward, Pearl st n of Saratoga 
Siewart Colurnbus J. locksmith and bell hanger, Bank lane near 

Calvert st. dw Paca e of Warner 
Stewart mrs Ellen, Saratoga st 4 doors e of Greene 
Stewart E. female doctress, 2 New Church st e end 
Stewart David, chemist and pharmacien, Charles st 3 doors n of 

Lexington, dw 5 Barnet st 
Stewart J. prop, of hacks, and undertaker, 64 n Calvert st 
Stewart David, attorney at law, 20 St Paul st. dw Chatsworth 

n of Biddle 
Stewart J. V. D. apothecary, s e cor Hanover and Camden sts 
Siewart John J. grocer, cor Tyson and Richmond sts 
Stewart Columbus J. locksmith, s side Lombard st e of Friends* 

meeting house 
Stewart James, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Stewart Joseph, Pearl st n of Pierce 

Stewart Joseph W. grate and fender maker, 64 Baltimore st 
Stewart Wm. moulder, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Stewart mrs Catharine, L McElderry st e of Spring 
Stewart Wm. carpenter, Monument st e of Spring 
Stewart mrs Catharine, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Stewart Alexander^ rope maker, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
Stewart James, butcher, Constitution st n of French 
Stewart Wm. C. morocco finisher, w side Front st s of Hillen 
Stewart Wm. J. tailor, Eutaw st 4 doors n of Saratoga 
Stewart Joseph J. grocer, e side Gay st n of Forest 
Stewart R. Forest st n of Hillen 
Stewart Mrs. dress maker, 30 n Exeter st 
Stewart James, prop. Drovers' Inn, w Pratt st extended 
Stewart Chas. labourer, Schroeder st s of Baltimore 
Stewart Richard, huckster, Columbia stw of Emory 
Stewart Joseph B. speculator, Columbia st w of Emory 
Stewart Ebenezer, huckster, Columbia st w of Emory 
Stewart mrs Rebecca, Wolfe alley n of Conway st 
Stewart mrs E. Lee st w of Charles • 

Stewart Washington, clerk, Lee st e of Charles 
Stewart John D. stove finisher, York st w of Sharp 
Stewart Peter, gardener, e of Hospital 
Stewart capt Wm. Alice Anna st w of Wolf 
Stewart Joseph, police officer, 76 Lombard st 
Stewart Mordecai, teacher, e side Apple al s of Baltimore st 
§lesyarl George, carpenter, Caroline st s of Baltimore 



STE 364 STO 

Stewart Wm. s of Wilk st w of Exeter, on city property 
Stewart Eliza, tailoress, alley s of Low st running from Front 

st to the falls 
Stick mrs Ann Martha, Greenwillow st near Penn. avenue 
Stickney & Noyes, com mts. 20 and 22 s Charles st 
Stidds Mary, mantua maker, n side German st e of Eutaw 
Stiep Michael, tailor, e side Penn av s of Union st 
Stiles John, Mulberry st 1 door w of Paca 
Stiles mrs Airy, seamstress, Montgomery st w of Light 
Still Wm. butcher, Hampstead st w of Choptank 
Stilley Andrew, bricklayer. Bank st e of Eden 
Stilley John, grocer, cor Pratt and President sts 
Stilson mrs Catharine, crockery, cor Wine and Charles sis. dw 

Franklin st w of Park 
Stimpie Lewis, buckskin man. Pearl st n of Saratoga, dw Ra- 

borg st e of Cove 
Stimpson James, 49 Albemarle st 
Stinchcomb Joshua, cooper, Columbia st w of Greene, dw Paca 

st s of Elbow lane 
Stinchcomb mrs S. Madison st e of Biddle 
Stinchcomb Victor, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Stinchcomb Aquilla, dry goods merchant, Baltimore st. dw 118 

Eutaw st 
Stine Joseph, mt tailor, 10 Hanover st. dw Paca n of Camden 
Stine Benjamin, tailor, Howard st n of York 
Stine John, Fayette st opp Meth. E. church 
Stine Fredk. blacksmith. Block st w of Wills 
Stines Saml. M. shipwright, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 
Stinger John, labourer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Stinson Richard, shoemaker, Monument st w of Eden 
Stirhng Thomas, block and pump maker, Armistead lane e of 

William st 
Stirling Easter, Wilk st w of Canal 
Stirling Archibald, treasurer Savings Bank, dw Baltimore st w 

of Aisquith 
Stirratt David, cor Sierling and Monument sts 
Stitcher Mrs. 27 New Church st 
Stites Wm. house carpenier, dw Pitt st w of Bond 
Stilz Albert, clothing store, Eutaw st s of Pratt 
Stitzembaugh Henry, cabinet maker, 35 Lee st 
Stocksdale N. clothier, 66 Centre market space 
Stockton John, blacksmith, 24 Alice Anna st 
Stockton & Falls, general stage office, adj. Bait. & Ohio depot, 

Pratt St. C. J. Rogers, agent 
Stoddard Nathaniel, carpenter, Cove st n of Franklin 
Stoeser Matthias, shoemaker, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Stoker Archibald, carpenter, Vine st 2 doors e of Run alley, dw 

4 George st 
Stokes Wm. B. Pleasant st 2 doors w of North 
Stokes Wm. confectioner, 7 e Baltimore st. dw Pitt e of Exeter 
Stokes Dr. Saratoga st 2 doors e of St Paul 



STO 365 SfR 

Stolpp John Ludwinr, confectioner, Fayette st w of Greene 
Stoipp Jacob F. tobacconist, s e cor Gay and East sis 
Stom Peter, boarding house, Hillen st w of East 
Stone rars Elizabeth, principal of school, 22 New Church st 
Stone John W. blacksmith, Montijomery st e of Charles 
Stone Seth, bricklayer, North st 2d door n of Bait. & Susq. R. 

Road office 
Stone mrs Mary, cor Bath and Davis sts 
Stone Sanril. teacher, L Hampslead st e of Strawberry alley 
Stone Maria, teacher, 68 Hanover st 
Stone James E. painter, w side P!\ca st n of Baltimore 
Stone Saml. J. teacher, cor Pitt and Bond sts. dw Holland st 

e ol" Canal 
Stone Wm. provision store, cor Montgomery and Light sts 
Stonebraker Saml. C. flour and commission merchant, Pratt st 1 

door e of Howard, dw Paca st s of Lombard 
Sfonebraker G. w side Hanover st betw Pratt and Lombard 
Stoner John L. lottery and exchange office, 3 e Baltimore st. 

dw High n of JPitt 
Stonmetz Nicholas, w side Penn avenue n of Pearl st 
Stoops Aaron, wholesale and retail shoe store, 54 w Lexingtoa 

and 39 n Howard st 
Storck Geo. L. bot)kbinder, French st near Bath 
Storck Adolph, turner, s end McElderry's wharf 
Storck Jean, tailor, s end McElderry's wharf 
Stork Richard, chandler, Monument ste ofEnsor 
Storm Jas. G. Pitt st e of From 

Storm Jeremiah, justice of peace, Lombard st w of Albemarle 
Story Ann L. teacher in Public School No. 5, Forest st s of 

Madison 
Stoufl^er mrs Ann, boarding house, Louisiana st w of Paca 
StoufTer Jacob, Marion st e of Eutavv 
Stouffer John, e side Paca st s of Lexington 
Stout Andrew, attorney at law, Fayette st between Calvert and 

St PaJrt 
Stout mrs Ann, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Stout Francis, paver, L McElderry st e of Canal 
Stout Chas. painter. Monument st e of Eden 
Stoutzberger Andrew, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Stover Albert, grocer, w side Exeter st s of Low 
Stover Jacob, weaver. Gran by st opp Gou^h 
Stow T. steam saw mill, UhleV's alley, dw Charles st 5 doors s oi 

Balderston 
Straband George, saddler, Union st near Penn avenue 
Stradler Wm. seaman, York st e of Charles 
"Siradler John, rigger, cor Alice Anna st and Happy alley 
Stradley Rachel, midwife, Pratt st vv of Bond 
Slraler John, tailor, 75 McElderry's wharf 
Stran James, coach painter, Canal st r of Jefferson 
Siran Ann, e side Bond st n of Wilk 
Straney John, machinist, Saratoga st e of Cove 
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STR 366 STU 



Straney Edward, steam boiler maker, Saratosra st e of Rock 
Stranmeyer George, tailor, Lijsjht st. dvr corner St Paul st and 

Bank lane 
Strasberger Chas. 2d hand store, 51 i Harrison st 
Strasburg Diederich, carpenter, Jasper st near Lexington 
Strasford Ludewig, shoemaker, 21 Harrison st 
Stratton Robt. cracker and cake baker, 54 n Howard st 
Stratton E. N. \v side Exeter st n of Gay 
Strau Philip, iRbourer, 61 Bond st 

Straus S. & P. Adler, dry goods dealers. Market n of Shakspeare 
Streebeck John, ship joiner,. Alice Anna st e of Ann 
Street Thomas, bricklayer, Cove st s of Lexington 
Street & Murdoch, dry goods mts. 11 Baltimore st 2d door w of 

Market space 
Street John C. of firm, dw 49 Front st 
Street David, bricklayer, Boyd st e of Amity 
Street Corbin, bricklayer, Hollins st e of Amity 
Street Abrahnm^ M. t). Lombard st e of Schroeder 
Street Benj. T. clerk, Stiles st e of Exeter 
Streeter S. F. teacher, Courfland st n of Lexington 
Streets John, cl rk, w side Light st 2d door n of Hughes 
Streett Wm. bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Stretch Saml. tailor, Eden st s of Pratt 
Strible George, grocer, cor Aisquilh and Orleans sts 
Strickland Henry, ship joiner, cor Argyle alley and Bank st 
Stringle Chrisnan, butcher, s side Phil, road near city line 
Strobel John P. Bond st opp Shakspeare 

Strodman furnilure carman, Liberty st r of German 

Strohm J. F. & Co. commission merchant, 45 s Gay st 

vStrohm J. F. dw North st n of Lexington 

Strohm G. F. tailor, Hull's lane e of Forest st 

Stromberger George, tinner, e side Forest st s of Orleans 

Stromenger M. tailor, Hillen st w of High 

Strong John, Maiden lane w of Aisquilh st 

StronfT^ Alexander, weaver, Saratoga st near Schroeder 

Strow Wra. potter, Eden lane e of Harford run 

Struck Christian, turner, Union st near Ross 

Struth Henry, segar maker, Shakspeare st e of Bond 

Stuart Si Kirk, house carpenters, Clay st e of Park 

Stuart George, of firm, dw 11 New Church st 

Stuart mrs S. s side Hillen st e of Front 

Stuart David, wholesale and retail grocer and com, mt. Pratt st 

cor Buchanan's wharf, (]w cor Granby and Exeter sts 
Stuart James & Son, paint store, McElderry's wharf 
Stuart mrs James, dw Caroline st s of Pratt 
Stuart Glendy, firm Bolton 8t Co. 2 s Caroline st 
Stuart Henry, tinner, Harrison st. dwEden n ofGough 
Stuart Biddle, Lloyd & Co. anthracite iron and stove warehouse, 

36 Light St. J. E. Norris agent 
Stuart Martin, labourer, Fleet st e of Bond 



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Stuart Wm. justice of peace, Louisiana (or Lexington st) opp 

the market, d\v Paca st s of Elbow lane 
Stubbins Ann, seamstress, w side Potter st s of French 
Stubbs capt Jabez, dvv Pratt st e ol'flanal 
Stubner Mrs. dairy, basement 42 Lexinu^ton st e of Howard 
Stump Saml. attorney at law, Fayette st under Barniim'a hotel 
Stump C. shoemaker, n Eutaw st near New 
Stump Henry, attorney at law, Lexington ste of Charles 
Stump V. shoemaker, Penn avenue near Preston at 
Stump Wm. H. 78 n Charles st 
Stumpf Geo. carpenter, Howard st n ofBarre 
Stunsz Frederick, weaver, 26 Lexington st e of Liberty 
Sturgeon Linsey, assistant warden of penitentiary, dw Ross st \v 

of Jasper 
Sturgeon Edward, tailor, Granby st w of Canal 
Sturgeon Wm. shoemaker, e side Caroline st s of Gough 
Sturgis John, watchman. Bank st w of Wolfe 
Sturgis J. A. upholsterer, 27 w Pratt st 
Sturley Chas. segar maker, s of Biddle st near Ross 
Sturmen E. W. auctioneer, Park st n of Madison 
Stutz Conrad, tavern. Market st s of Thames, County wharf 
Sudman John D. cooper, Park st n of Lexington 
Sugden Geo. "Stag liall," e side Hanover st s of Pratt 
Sullivan D. tea dealer and grocer, s w cor Lexington and Pine 
Sullivan Eugene, coachmaker, 2 Mulberry st 
Sullivan Jeremiah, currier. Gravel alley s of Franklin st 
Sullivan Francis, huckster, M-adison st w of Eutaw 
Sullivan Hyram, labourer, Union st near Penn avenue 
Sullivan Dennis, wax manuiactory. Cove st n of Franklin 
Sullivan James, com. agent, 20 Spear's wharf, dw cor Monu- 
ment and Eden sts 
Sullivan John, plaisterer, Eden st n of Monument 
Sullivan Edwarcl, cooper, Patterson st. dw Beuren st n of Falls 
Sullivan Patrick Henry, firm Talbot Jones & Co. w side Eutaw 

st 3 doors n of Fayette 
Sullivan Jeremiah, carter, Lombard st e of Paca 
Sullivan Wm. painter, cor Eutaw and Perry sts 
Sullivan J. & Son, commission merchants. Light st wharf 
Sullivan John, of firm, dw 112 Hanover st 
Sullivan Ann, w side Caroline st n of Fleet 
Sullivan Thomas H. currier, 36 Calvert st. dw 51 Albemarle 
Sullivan John P. clothier, n w cor Calvert and Water sts 
Sultzbach Peter, boot and shoe maker, Baltimore st e of Amity 
Sultzer Lewis, butcher, Hoffman st near Ross 
Sultzer Sebastian, inspector customs, cor Granby and Canal sts 
Sultzer Thomas G. printer, cor Granby and Canal sts 
Summers & Muir, dry goods merchants, 75 Baltimore st 
Summers Martin, carrier of Clipper, e side Exeter st s of Low 

Summers Rev. Orleans st e of Aisqt3iih 

Summers Jacob, grocer, n w cor Low and Exeter sts 
Summerson Sefton, Eastst s of French 



SUM 368 SWE 

Summerville Paul, cabinet maker, n side Gay st e of Molt 

Siimvvalt Frederick, 228 n Howard st 

Sumvvalt John G. Bank ofBaliimore, dw 128sSharpst 

Sumwalt Jesse, plaisterer, 288 n Howard st 

Sumwalt J. B firm SumwaltSt Gieene, granite stone cutters, cor 

Pratt and Greene sis. dw Paca s of German 
Sumwalt George B. carpenter, Montgomery st e of Light 
Sumvvalt Wnw bricklayer, Hamburg ste of Charles 
Sunderlan John, bricklayer, n t^ide Low st wof Aisquith 
Sunderland Bazil, ship joiner, Pratt si w of Market 
Sunhammer Benedict, e side Bond st n of Wilk 
Sunkel Wm. match lactory, Wolf st n of Lancaster 
Sunstrum Wm. boot maker, Burgundy alley e of Warner st 
Sunstrum Robert, brickmaker, Conway st e of Warner 
Super Daniel, e side Front st opposite Orphan Asylum 
Super Frederick, butcher, Frederick road cor Fulton st 
Suran Barney, ckrk. Canal st n of Jefferson 
Suter Alexander, tinner, Franklin st w of Cove 
Suter James S. steam turner, 7 Concord st. dw Pitt e of Exeter 
Suter Samuel, shoemaker. Pierce st e of Cove 
Suter Henry, turner, w side Front st n of Catholic church 
Suter John, wheelwright, Amity st s of Fayette 
Suter George, butcher, Penn avenue n of Greenwillow st 
Suter George, halter, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Suter Charles, cabinet maker, 2 Baltimore st w of bridge, dw 13 

Harrison 
Sutherlin John, carter. Strawberry alley s of Jefferson st 
Sutliffmrs Ann, teacher of music, Mulberry ste of Pine 
Sutton &. Bean, carpenters, L Sharp st n of Baltimore 
Sutton Vincent, of firm, dw 11 McClellan st 
Sutton & Harding, dry goods merchants, 2231 Baltimore st 
Sutton Lewis, jr. of firm, d w n side German st 2 doors e of Eutaw 
Sutton Maria, shoebinder, e side Constitution st n of French 
Sutton Priscilla, Forest st s of Douglass 
Sutton capt Thomas, Charles st s of Barre 
Sutton & Hall, merchant tailors, e side Gay st s of Baltimore 
Sutton J. L. firm Sutton & Hall, dw 18 s Exeter st 
Swain John, butcher, York av^enue n of Madison st 
Sv/ain Jarret, shoemaker, X alley s of Lee st 
Swain Howard, Gay st near Canal 
Swain Wm. grocer, n e cor Gay and Potter sts 
Swain mrs Lydia, dry goods store, 109 w Pratt st 
Swainscot Jonathan, wheelwright, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe 
Swan Thomas, Franklin st 2 doors w of Cathedral 
Swan James, pres. Farmers' Bank, d w cor Franklin and Park sis 
Swan Richard T. sexton 1st Bapt. church. Perry st wof Sharp 
Swap Amand, snuff mill, Beuren st n of Liberty alley 
Swartz Simon, pedlar, Alice Anna ste of Bond 
Swartz Jacob, labourer, Dover st e of Eutaw 
Swearer mrs Elizabeth, Orleans st w of Strawberry alley 



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Sweeney Mrs. 320 n Howard st 

Sweeney Edward, labourer, sside Mercer st e of Light 

Sweeny Edward, collector, Franklin st e of Cove 

Sweeny Joseph, shoe dealer, 22 e Pratt st. d w Caroline n of Bait. 

Sweeny D. S. coach painter, n side Sterling st e ofMott 

Sweeny Frederick W. agent & collector, Lombard st wofExeter 

Sweeny F. W. com merchant, over 2 Buchanan's wharf 

Sweet Leonard, Barre st e of Hanover 

Sweeting Edward, bricklayer, Monument st w of Caroline 

Sweitzer Joseph, musician, Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 

Swift Wm. A. constable, Lombard st w of Market 

Swinney Joseph, shoe store, 22 e Pratt st. dw Caroline n of Bait. 

Switzer Frederick, painter, cor Eutaw and Saratoga sts. dw 

Madison w of Eutaw ■ 
Switzer Daniel W. blacksmith, e side Front st n of Pitt 
Switzer John, grocer, Caroline sts of Wilk 
Sword John D. pilot, e side Ann st n of Wilk 
Sword Wm. pilot, Gough st e of Happy alley 
Sword Alexander, boat builder, Donnelfs wharf, dw w side Bond 

st n of Gough 
Swords Andrew, pedlar, 102 Dugan's wharf 
Swormstedt James, clerk, Gough st n of Pratt 
Sybert G. A. watchman, 33 Bond st 
Syford Martin, blacksmith, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 
Sykes John, foundryraan, William st s of Hamburg 
Sykes John, s w cor Lombard and Hanover sis 
Sylvester mrs Mary, Holliday st 1 door s of Pleasant 
Symington Thomas, coal ag-ent, yard w Falls avenue s of Pratt 

St. dw cor South and Lombard 
Synagogue Jewish, cor Harrison st & Etna lane, J. Moses, reader 
Synagogue Jewish, cor Fleet and Bond sts. P. Pincus, reader 

TaGGERT Mrs. boarding house, over 95 Baltimore st 

Tagart Samuel H. attorney at law, 10 St Paul st 

Tagart Mrs. boarding house, 8 Centre market space 

Tailor James, mate of Steamboat Maryland, Front st n of Pitt 

Tailor George E. printer, cor Lombard and High sts 

Tailor mrs Margaret, Gay st near East 

Tailor Wm. butcher, cor Ensor and Mott sts 

Tailor Emily, w side Potter st n of Gay 

Tailor Samuel B. tailor, e side Exeter st s of Salisbury 

Talbot Wm. carpenter, Holliday st s of Bath 

Talbot Wm. A. attorney at law, St Paul st s of Saratoga, dw 

w side Howard 2 doors n of Lombard 
Talbot Arthur, Ross st near Orchard 
Talbot Edward, collector and constable, dw cor Aisquith and 

Orleans sts 
Talbott miss A. Paca st w of L Greene 
Talbott M, grocer, 83 Hanover st 
Talbott miss Rebecca, Paca st w of L Greene 
Talbott Joseph, boarding house, 25 s Howard st 



TAL 370 TAY 

Tall Joseph, painter, w side High st near Necessity alley, dw 

Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Tall mrs Elizabeth, Montgomery st w of Light 
Talnnan Margaret, cor Bath and Davis sts 
Tamer Christopher, cordwainer, Shakspeare st vv of Market 
Taney Hon. R. B. chief justice U. S. dw Lexington st 1 door 

w of Courtlaud 
Tanner John, dry goods store, Baltimore st. dw Pearl st n of 

Saratoga 
Tanner Thomas W. painter, w side Potter st near bend 
Tarlton mrs Elizabeth, 96 s Sharp st 
Tarr Wm. H. collector, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
Tarr Harrison J. C. cabinet maker, Baltimore st e of Spring 
Tarr Edwin S. proprietor furniture warerooms, 4 n Gay st- dw 

cor Lombard and Front 
Tarr W. B. furniture emporium, 32 n Gay st. dw 34 Pitt 
Tarring W. painter, 79 n Liberty st 
Tarring Wm. jr. painter, 115 s Howard st 
Tarring Edward, painter. Cove st n of Pierce 
Tarring Wm. tailor. Liberty st. dwEutawst n of Ostend 
Tatam Daniel, York st e of Light 
Tatam Joseph, blacksmith, East st n of Douglass 
Tate Elizabeth, cor Lancaster st and Happy alley 
Tate Robt. B. A. justice of peace, n w cor Lexington and Lib- 
erty sis. dw Marion e of Howard 
Tatendall Joseph, labourer. Cross st w of William 
Taulton Benj. cooper, L Greene st s of CoHway 
Tavenner Wm. mariner, 26 Block st 
Taylor W. H. tobacconist, 70* w Lexington st 
Taylor J. S. S. grocer, 25 Light st wharf 
Taylor Mary, 79 Bond st 

Taylor Henry, weaver, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Taylor Wm. newspaper and periodical agent, 12 North st 
Taylor R. s e cor Charles and Mulberry sts 
Taylor & Keys, grocers and com. mts. n e corner Howard and 

Lexinnrton sts 
Taylor J. of firm, dw 122 Lombard st 
Taylor Robt. of firm, dw cor Charles and Mulberry sis 
Taylor John, dry goods mt. 47 n Howard st 
Taylor David, house carpenter, Mulberry st e of Eutaw, dw 

Franklin betw Pearl and Pine 
Taylor Robt. A. & Co. auctioneers and com mts. 8 German st 
Taylor R. A. of firm, dw n e cor Franklin and Charles sts 
Taylor John C. labourer, s of Wilk st near President 
Taylor mrs Elizabeth, Preston st near Penn avenue 
Taylor Levi, steam marble yard, n w cor Charles and Perry sts. 

dw Charles st opp the depot 
Taylor Benj. grocer, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Taylor Robt. grocer, 49 Camden st 
Taylor John, labourer. Cove st n of Franklin 
Taylor Hezekiah, shoe store, 75 w Pratt st 



TAY 371 TEE 

Taylor Wm. carpenter. Pine st n of RaborfT 

Taylor Fanny, Water st e of Grant 

Taylor mrs H. A. dry goods and fancy store, cor Frederick and 

Baltimore sis 
Taylor Robt. A. dw s w cor Frederick and Baltimore sts 
Taylor John, ladies' shoemaker, e side Slate st n of Saratoga 
Taylor Geo. M. engraver, 132 Baltimore st 
Taylor Saml. potter, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Taylor Lorenzo, tailor, Madison st eof Aisquith 
Taylor Jesse, wheelwright, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Taylor John, stone cutter, Eden st n of Holland 
Taylor Isabella, e side Front st s of Low 

Taylor Matjer, firm Rhinehart St. Taylor, dw Front st s of Bath 
Taylor J. W. dyer, w side Market alley 
Taylor Isabella, tailoress, 79 n Greene st 
Taylor Richard, plane maker, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Taylor Joseph & Son, grocers and commission merchants, cor 

Eutaw and German sts 
Taylor Joseph, of firm, dw Lombard st betw Howard & Eutaw 
Taylor Edward, of firm, dw cor Lombard and Greene sts 
Taylor Christopher, grocer. Light st wharf, dw Barre e of Sharp 
Taylor John, huckster. Welcome alley e of Charles st 
Taylor Wm. ladies' shoemaker, corner Pratt and Sharp sts. dw 

Hill e of Sharp 
Taylor Thos. boot and shoe store, 4 Pratt st near Light, dw 

Wayne w of Howard 
Taylor Saml. sawyer, Montgomery st w of Charles 
Taylor Francis, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Taylor Capt. Lemuel, of Steamboat Maryland, dw High st n 

of Pratt 
Taylor Isaac, shoemaker, cor Charles st and Sugar alley 
Taylor capt Wm. S. Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Taylor Edward C. grocer, cor Fleet st and Happy alley 
Taylor Geo. grocer. Stiles st cor President 
Taylor Lewis, rigger, Philpot alley e of Canal st 
Taylor Chas. R. teller Bank of Baltimore, dw w side Caroline st 

s of Pratt 
Taylor Samuel, bellows maker, Lombard st e of Bond 
Taylor Geo. ship carpenter, Ann st n of Fleet 
Teackle St. Geo. W. attorney at law, 18 St Paul st. dw Howard 

n of Monument 
Teackle Dr. J. U. e Baltimore st near Exeter 
Teal mrs E. milliner, 163 Hanover st 
Teal James, blacksmith. Canton e of Harris's creek 
Tear Elenj. F. tanner, Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Teas John, plaisterer. Pine st s of Lexington 
Tebelmann G. W. boarding house, Boston st near Patuxent, 

Canton 
Tebelmann John G. boarding house, 75 Alice Anna st 
Teech Frederick, cabinet maker, 73 n Exeter st 
Teel Thomas, boarding house, Block st e of Wills 



TEM 372 THO 

Temple John, shoemaker, Ann st n of Fleet 

Temple mrs Marajaret, e side Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 

Temveges Henry, broker, e side Ann st s of Alice Anna 

Tenant" Wm. shoemaker, Strawberry alley s of Jefferson st 

Tenant mrs Mary, n w cor Gay and Second sts 

Tenet Wm. shoemaker, Strawberry alley s of Jefferson st 

Tennant Thomas, stock man. 3 South st. dw 62 North 

Tensfield Wm. hardware mt. s w cor Li^ht and Lombard sts. 

dw Sharp 
Tensfield Mary, 7 Mulberry st 
Terral capt Michael, Eden st s of Pratt 
Terrier mrs Margaret, milk seller, Scott st s of Columbia 
Terrier Isaiah, millwriojht, Columbia st e of Emory 
Tevis Joseph, ojrocer, cor Douglass and East sts 
Tewel James, boiler maker, w side Light st 3 doors s of Hughes 
Tewksberry G. W. clerk tobacco warehouse, Lee w of Charles 
Thayer capt Laban, Charles st n of Barre 
Thater Philip, boot maker, 82 w Pratt st. dw Dover w of Sharp 
Thater Chas. shoemaker, cor Eutaw st and West alley 
Thearle Catharine, cor Front st and Liberty alley 
Theatre Front Street, n w cor Front and Low sts 
Theatre Holliday Street, n of Fayette 
Theatre National, n w cor Saratoga and North sts 
Thein J. George, shoemaker, Strawberry al n of Alice Anna st 
Theirrauch Geo. baker, 163 Bond st 
Therbur miss Mary, Lerew's alley n of Mulberry st 
Thele John, sugar baker, Marion st e of Howard 
Theobald C. steamboat fireman, cor Lighl and Hamburg sts 
Theobald E. W. M. D. at Dr. Smith's,'95 Lombard st. dws side 

Lombard st e of Liberty 
Thiel Wm. & Co. tobacconists, Charles st n of City spring 
Thiele H. tailor, n side Lombard st e of Centre market space 
Thierman Henry, importer of German and fancy goods, 6 Eutaw 

st opposite Eutaw house — see advertisement page l6 
Tholhimmer John, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Thomas Edward C. tobacconist, Baltimore st w of Pine, dw Fay- 
ette w of Pine 
Thomas mrs Eleanor, Fayette st w of St Paul 
Thomas D. E. & Co. lumber merchants, w Falls av s of Pratt 

St. dw Aisquith n of Pitt 
Thomas John, watchman, Fayette stbetw Run al and Pine st 
Thomas mrs Rebecca, Raborg st e of Cove 
Thomas Saml. watchman, Raborg ste of Pine 
Thomas Joseph & Son, steam turning estab. Lexington st w of 

Park, dw Lex. 2 doors w of Park — see adv. p. 34 
Thomas Saml. wood dealer. Sharp st s of Conway 
Thomas Benj. dry goods store. Market st s of Alice Anna 
Thomas mrs Sophia, 96 s High st 
Thomas Ann, North st s olBaih 
Thomas Capt. 5 Fish market 
Thomas H. W. attorney at law, 18 St Paul st 



THO 373 THO 

Thomas Geo. F. firnrBuck, Thomas & Co. d\v Conway st 
Thomas Richard, carter, West st e of Charles 
Thomas mrs John'Hanson, St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Thomas Saml. agent Fredericksburg packets, 8 Light st wharf, 

dvv Sharp st 
Thomas Dr. Richard Henry, s e cor Sharp and Lombard sts 
Thomas Washington, seaman, West st e of Charles 
Thomas Dr. John Chew, s e cor Sharp and Lombard sis 
Thomas & Kemp, brush & German goods store, 5 n Howard st 
Thomas mrs Hannah, Charles st s of Lee 
Thomas Warner, currier, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Thomas mrs W. M. boarding house, 34 Lombard st e ofFred'k 
Thomas James H. grocer, cor Wilk st and Strawberry alley 
Thomas J. H. M. D. dw Franklin st e of Charles 
Thomas P. E. n side Lombard st 3 doors w of Howard 
Thomas Wm. B. pilot, Washington st s of Fleet 
Thomas John, carpenter, rear of St Mary's st e of Penn. avenue 
Thomas Joseph, rigger. Strawberry alley s of Alice Anna st 
Thomas Wm. shoemaker. Cove si n of Pierce 
Thomas Warner, currier, Pine st s of Lexington 
Thomas James, carpenter, Pine st s of Saratoga 
Thomas Joseph, bricklayer. Pearl st n of Fayette 
Thomas & Co. hardware mis. 196 Baltimore st 
Thomas E. P. of firm, dw 46 n Charles st 
Thomas Richard, tailor, Holland st w of Canal 
Thomas Sterlinir, butcher, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Thomas Jacob H. cabinet maker, Mndison ste of Aisquiih 
Thomas James, butcher, Piit st w of Market 
Thomas Lambert S. druggist and apothecary, cor Harford ave- 
nue and Forest sts. dw Harford avenue s of Monument 
st — see adv. p 23 
Thomas Wm. wheelwright, Hillen st e of Exeter 
Thomas Rosana, Jasper st near Lexino-ton 
Thomas Henry, saddler, Jasper st near Lexington 
Thomas Thos. plane maker, 150 n Paca st 
Thomas Philip, huckster. Forest st n of Gay 
Thomas Jame% cabinet maker, w side Poller sts of French 
Thomas Margaret, Exeter st s of Gay 
Thomas Wm. Henry, pump maker, 10 Ellicott st. dw w side High 

st n of Pitt 
Thomas mrs M. Frederick road at toll gate 
Thomas Augustus, baker, Bottle alley e of Cove st 
Thomas Robi. painter, Hollins st w of Amity 
Thomas Frederick, firm Buck & Thomas, dw 89 Conway st 
Thomas Babbington, labourer, Montgomery si e of Charles 
Thomas Nancy, Osbourn's court near Bath st 
Thomas John, ship carpenter, WoUe st n of Fleet 
Thomas Owen, baker, Montgomery st w of Light 
Thomas Robt. grocer, cor Bank st and Happy alley 
Tliomaa. mrs Elizabeth, Sugar alley w of Light st 
Thomas Mary, 17 Thames st 
2F 



THO 374 THO 



Thompson Chas. grocer, Lexington st w of Charles 
Thompson Elizabeth,, seamstress, Light st n of Henrietta 
Thompson Richard, Lexington st e of Cove 
Thompson Wm. H. M. D. s e cor Lexington and Pine sts 
Thompson Richard, coach lamp manufacturer, Marion st w of 

Park — see adv. p 14 
Thompson Thos- carpenter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Thompson mrs Saml. dw 4 n Gay st 
Thompson mrs Ann, North st hetw Pleasant and Bath 
Thompson Wm. wheelvvriirhf, cor Eutaw and FrankUn sts. dw 

Franklin w of Chatsworth 
Thomson Harrison, Gibson st nearBlddle 
Thompson Edward H. carpenter, Ross st e of Jasper 
Thompson mrs Mary, mantua maker. Rock st n of Lexington 
Thompson E-lward, bricklayer. Cove st n of Mulberry 
Thompson Saml. tobacconi.st. Pine st n of Mulberry 
Thompson David H. dry goods merchant, 2!23 Baltimore st 
Thompson John, painter, Mulberry st e of Bond 
Thompson mrs Kesiah, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Thompson Carter, cooper, Orleans st vv of Eden 

Thompson bricklayer, Orleans st e of Spring 

Thompson Wm. tallow chandler. Monument st e o!' Spring 
Thompson Alexander, shoemaker, Jew alley near Madison st 
Thompson mrs Louisa, boarding house, Madison ste of Aisquith 
Thompson George, grocer, cor Pitt and East sts 
Thompson mrs Mary, cor Aisqiiiih st and Hull's lane 
Thompson Wm. shoemaker, Strawberry alley s of" Pitt st 
Thompson Thos. J. chairmaker, Beuren st n of French 
Thompson Chas. carpenter, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Thompson Joseph A- bricklayer. Gay st near Aisquith 
Thompson mrs Ji. M. dry goods dealer. Gay st near Potter 
Thompson Alexander, bailiff, at Esq Gorsuch's office, dw Doug- 
lass st w of Forest 
Thompson James, wheelwright, cor Centre and Holliday sts. dw 

s w corner Potter and Douglass 
Thompson Saml. miller, Frederick road w of toll gate 
Thompson John, carpenter, Columbia st e of Scott 
Thompson SamJ. carter, York st w of Light 
Thompson David, boiler maker, Armisiead lane w of William st 
Thompson Mrs. teacher, Hill st w of Hanover 
Thompson Allen, ship carpenter, Hamburg st e of Charles 
Thompson Robt. grocer, cor Lancaster and Ann sts 
Thompson Edward, wheelwright and blacksmith, cor Lancaster 

st and Apple alley, dw 65 Bond st 
Thompson Wm. shipwright, Wilk st w of Washington 
Thompson Wm. A. marmer, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
Thompson Parker, cooper, Gongh st w of Bond 
Thompson Ann, dress maker, Stiles st e of Exeter 
Thompson Joseph B. Pratt st e of Exeter 
Thompson James, mariner, Philpot alley e of Canal st 
Thompson Saml. T. pres. Bait, insurance Co. e Baltimore slnear 
Harford run 



THO 375 TIF 



Thompson mrs Louisa, l)oarding house, Baltimore st w of Temple 
Thompson Wm. pilot, 93 Ann st wside 
Thompson Wm. &, Co. marine shipping office, 17 Bond st 
Thompson mrs Martha E. e side Exeter st s of Salisbury 
Thompson John H. lumber agent, e side Exeter st n of Wilk 
Thompson Wm. tavern and boarding house, 49 Cen. mar. sp. 
Thompson Edward, huckster, 53 Centre market space 
Thompson Capt. s end McElderry's wharf 
Thompson Henry & Son, merchants, 41 s Gay st 
Thompson Henry A. of firm, dw e Baltimore st 
Tliompson & Spalding, commission merchants, 18 Commerce st 
Thompson D. & W. saddle, harness and trunk makers, 26 South 
Thompson Wm. wine and spirit merchant, 9 South st 
Tliompsons (The Two) tobacconists, cor Howard st & Cowpen 

alley, and Light st n of Fountain Inn 
Thompsim John A. of firm, dw 83 Pearl st 
Thompson Henry P. of firm, dw Frankhn st near Chatsworth 
Thompson Wm. wheelwright, Frankhn st w of Eutaw 
Thompson Alfred W. clerk Record oflfice, Franklin st w of Pine 
Thorington Saml. taik)r, Eden st n of Orleans 
Thorn Lewis, veterinary surgeon, and prop, of Horse infirmar^^, 

North st s of Franklin, dw cor Calvert and Pleasant 
Thornburg Margaret, e side Sharp st 2 doors s of German 
Thorne C. N- boots, shoes, umbrella and trunk store, 121 i Bait. 
Thornes James, labourer, York si e of Charles 
Thorpe mrs S. seamstress. Amity st n of Baltimore 
Threkeld Elijah, ropemaker, e side Bond st n of Baltimore 
Thrush Nichalas, comb maker, L Greene sts of Conway 
Thurlow John, cooper, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe 
Thurston David, Madison st w of Howard 
Thurston Phineas, firm Price &. Thurston, dw corCourtland st 

and Beufort lane 
Thurston & Webb, commission merchants, 5 Hanover st 
Thurston Edward, japanner, n side German st e of Eutaw 
Tibbals Benj. shoemaker, 56 n Exeter st 
Tibbels Benj. E. tavern, 13 Bath st 
Tibbett Walter, ship carpenter, vv side Ann st s of Fleet 
Tichnor Daniel, cordwainer. Fleet st w of Washington 
Tickner Wm. piano forte maker, Hollingsworth st near Pratt 
Tidings John, butcher, Star alley s of Wilk st 
Tidridge James, mariner, e side Ann st s ol Alice Anna 
Tidy John B. coach trimmer. Second st e of Gay, dw Monument 

e of Constitution 
Tiernan Charles, n e cor Charles and Hamilton sts 
Tiernan Patrick & Son, grocers, 6 s Charles st 
Tiffany O. C. & Co. domestic dry goods mts. 205 Baltimore st 
Tiffany Osmond C. of firm, dw Franklin st w of Cathedral 
Tiffany Wm. of firm, dw Charles st betw Lexington Sc Sataloga 
Tiffany Henry, Charles st n of Mulberry 
Tiffany, Fite & Co shoes, boots, hats, &c. mts. 199 Baltimore st 
Tiffany Comfort, of firm, dw Madison st extended 



TIF 376 TOL 



Tiffany dw Ross st extended 

Tiffany, Ward & Co. domestic com. mts. s e cor Hanover and 

German sis 
Tiffany Henry, of firm, dvv *'Rose hill," Madison st 
Tilden Thomas E. merchant tailor, Calvert st under Barnum's 

hotel, dw German st 2d door \v of Hartway's alley 
Tilorman James, inspector of customs, dw 36 St Paul st 
Tilion Henry, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Tilyard James, sii^n painter, Saratoga st w of Liberty 
Tilyard Rev. J. W. agent for benevolent societies, cor Calvert st 

and Lovely lane, dw 253 n Howard st 
Tilyard mrs M, teacher, Hamilton st e of St Paul 
Tilyard H. W. dentist, Euiaw st n of Lombard 
Timanus George, stone mason, Paca st e of L Greene 
Timanus Chas. stone mason. Fred'k road at toll gate 
Timanus Geo. W. carpenter, cor Paca st and Elbow lane 
Timmons John, w side Howard st s of Lombard 
Tims Benjamin, machinist, 86 Bond st 
Tindell James, shoemaker, w side Paca st n of Baltimore 
Tindle Robert W. shoemaker, 46 Light st wharf) dw Charles st 

s of Montgomery 
Tinges mrs Elizabeth, fancy store, Lexington st w of Liberty 
Tinges Geo. W. wholesale dealer in shoes, hats, caps 8c bonnets, 

over n e cor Howard and Baltimore sts. dw Park between 

Franklin and Mulberry 
Tinges Wm. dw Lexington st w of Liberty 
Tinkle Thomas, cedar cooper, w side Gay ste of Front 
Tippenbroak Henry, labourer. Fawn st e of High 
Tischmeyer Fredk. sugar refiner. Potter stn of Hillen, dw vvside 

Eastn of Hillen 
Titgen Martin, sngar refiner, 8 Perry st w of Eutaw 
Tittle Jeremiah &. Son, merchant tailors, 23 South st 
Tobacco Warehouses — No. 1, Dugan's wharf— No. 2, O'Don- 

nell's wharf — No. 3, Light st wharf — No- 4, Camden st 
Toberer Conrad, cabinetmaker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Tobin Wm. Monument st w of Forest 
Todd Daniel, carpenter, Harlbrd avenue n of Aisquith st 
Todd Sarah, Philpotst e of Wilk 
Todd Phoebe, dress maker, Pratt st e of Hanover 
Todd Caroline, w side Tripolet's alley 4 doors s of Baltimore st 
Toder W. stocking weaver, York avenue n of Madison st 
Todhunter Joseph, importer and commission merchant, 10 Ger- 
man St. dvv Sharp n of Lombard 
Todt Christian, confectioner, Low st 2 doors e of High 
Toft John, carder for Amon Green & Co. dvv e side Potter st 

s of French 
ToirKernias, labourer, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Tokob Romosa, taih)r, Peach alley w of Pearl st 
Tolan Thomas, grocer, s e cor Grant and Water sts 
Toleson James, carpenter, cor Wilk st and Argyle alley 
Tolley Sarah, Philpot alley w of Gough st 



TOL 377 TRA 

Toilinger Georjre, carpenter, s side Carpenter's allley between 

Howard and Eutaw sts 
Tolly Thomas, constable, Hampstead st w of Carolme 
Tolridore B, French fancy store, 123 Baltimore st 
Tolt Christopher, drayman, 102 Duoran's wharf 
Tomlin E. L. carpenter, Eutaw st 2' doors s of Madison 
Toner John, coachmaker, e side Constitution st s of Falls 
Toner Michael, 4 Perry st w ofEutaw 
Topman Samuel, Hamburorst e of William 
Torney Michael, shoemaker. Monument st e of Spring 
Torney Otto, sugar refiner, e side Paca st s of Franklin 
Torney C. grocer, w side Light st 3 doors from Sugar alley 
Torney P. J. marble sawing factory, Camden st w of Light 
Torphy Thomas, cooper, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Torrance George, 20 n Frederick st 
Torrance Wm. mattress maker, 14 Harrison st 
Torrance Miss, 20 n Frederick st 
Torrance mrs E. Barnet st near Charles 

Toitle Robert, Sexton of Dnncan's church, Saratoga st w of Park 
Tottle James, carpenter. Ivy alley w of Park st 
Tough John S. camphine lamp store, Pratt st e of the falls 
Towner John F. firm Brooks, Towner & Tibbals, dw Pearl st 

near Saratoga 
Townsend Peregrine R. boot and shoemaker, 4i n Gay st. dw 

Lexington 
Townsend mrs Joseph, over 18 Baltimore st 
Townsend Mary, s w cor Eutaw and Ross sts 
Townsend Thomas, shoemaker, 20 Thames st 
Townsend Samuel P. clerk, Lombird st e of Exeter 
Townsend Edward A. huckster, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Townsend T. G. glass, oil and paint store, 57 Cen. market space 
Townsend James, labourer, w side Light st n of Montgomery 
Townsend S. dentist, 59 s Sliarp st 

Towson Philemon, butter and lard insp. Fayette st e ofEutaw 
Towson Joshua, carpenter, n side Fayette st 1 door e of Pearl 
Towson Wm.O. comb and variety store, 29i e Baltimore st 
Towson mrs Rebecca, Tyson st near Tyson alley 
Towson Edward C. tinner, Pine sis of George 
Towson Thomas, tailor, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Towson Sarah, w side Front st s of Hi'len 
Towson C, hatter, eside Eutaw st n of Lexington 
Towson mrs Mary & Rebecca, teachers, Paca st w of the bend 
Toy Sanal. D. collector, Aisquith st a of Monument 
ToV John D. book and job printer, n w cor St Paul and Baltimore 

sts. dw Monument w of Park 
Toy Joseph N. collector and agent, Salisbury st e of High 
Tracey M. merchant tailor, 3 St Paul st. dw 15 New Church 
Tracey John, blacksmith. Rock st s of Saratoga 
Tracey Peirce, Eden st s of Mullikin 
Tracey Alexander, machinist, cor Eden and Mullikin sts 
Tracey Wm, machinist, cor Eden and Mullikin sts 
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TRA 378 TRO 

Tracy J. carpenter, Raborg st e of Shroeder 

Tracy John, gardener, Canton 

Tracy James, property agent, s w cor Fayette and St Paul sts. 
dw Franklin e of Pine 

Tracy Thomas, labourer, New st vv of Eutaw 

Tracy Philip P. locksmith and bell hanger, Liberty st near Bal- 
timore, dw Ross w of Eutaw 

Tracy Garrett W. pilot, 91 Ann st 

Trail Oscar, dw Saratoga st 3 doors w of Paca 

Trainer Hugh, labourer, cor Pearl st and Chestnut alley 

Trainer Bernard, grocer, cor Park and Clay sts 

Trainer James, grocer, cor Lombard and High sis 

Trainer C.itharine, e side Apple alley n of Lancaster st 

Traubner Frederick, carpet weaver, 69 McElderry's wharf 

Travers &, Kirwan, grocers and com mts. 23 Light st wharf 

Travers John, Barre st w of Hanover 

Travers Matthew, seaman, Armistead lane w of William st 
Travers Susannah, teacher, 60 High st s of Pratt 

Travers Jane, Ann st n of Thames 

Trayser P. P. locksmith and bell hanger, 3 s Liberty st 

Tredway Thomas, wagoner, Biddle st near Richmond 

Trego Sisters, dry good store, w side Greene st s of Franklin 

Trego Wm. man. chemist, over 59 Smith's wharf 

Trego VVm. plaister mill, Hughes st w of basin 

Treish Joseph, carpet weaver, 36 vv Saratoiza st 

Treulieb M. locksmith, s side Ensor st.w of Forest 

Treush Adam, tavern, 40 Market st 

Tribet Henry, tinner, 326 Baltimore st 

Trice George W. watchman, Lombard st e of Bond 

Tridel Catherine, huckster, Shakspeare st e of Bond 

Trigg Wm. blacksmith. Cove st s of Pierce 

Trimble mrs E. Franklin st e of Greene 

Trimble Jane, fincy store, 49 w Pratt st 

Trimble John, Canal st s of Monument 

Trimble mrs Elizabeth, fancy store, cor Paca and L Greene sts 

Trimble Rebecca B. fancy store, e Baltimore st near High 

Trimble Wm. merchant, w side High st s of Plowman 

Trimble Saml firm Caleb Goodwin & Co. dw High st n of Wilk 

Trimble St Wilson, commission merchants, 77 s Calvert st 

Trimble Joseph, jr. of firm, dw 49 w Pratt st 

Triplet Wm. F. firm Bolgiano & Co. dw Baltimore st near South 

Trippet Hester, Bond st s of Fleet 

Trogler Frederick, blacksmith. Union st near Ross 

Troop mrs Elizabeth, Exeter st n of Lombard 

Troth mrs J. A. dress maker, York si e of Charles 

Trott Zabarett, carter, A isquith st s of Orleans 

Trott capt Thomas, Granby st e of Gough 

Trotten Thomas, feed and lime store, 2 Buchanan's wharf, dw 

Market st s of Baltimore 
Troudfelter John, blacksmith, cor Lee and Light sts. dw e side 
Light st s of Armistead lane 



TRO 379 TUR 

Trout Roberl, engineer, Giddinirs's row, e of Light st s of West 

Trowbridge R* n w cor Lexington and Greene sts 

Troxall Lewis, carpenter, Bath st w of North 

Troxell Abraham, carpenter, Ross st near Orchard 

Trumbo Henry, bricklayer, Eutaw st opp the shot tower 

Trump Henry, carpenter, s side Lombard st 2 doors e of Eutaw 

Trump Wm. B. s side Lombard st 2d door e of Eutaw 

Trust Herman, baker, Hill st w of Light 

Trust Jacob, variety store, 2 n Howard st. dw 22 n Eutaw 

Trust Harman, baker, s w cor Baltimore and Schroeder sts 

Truston Saml. huckster. Monument st e of Eden 

Trustees for Poor of Bait. City and Co. office 23 n Frederick st. 

W. L. Richardson, agent 
Tucker R. & H. R. com mts. 38 s Gay st up stairs 
Tucker W. A. dw Lexington st w of Charles 
Tucker Robt. shoemaker, Saratoga st 3 doors w of Park 
Tucker Silas, bacon dealer, 25 Harrison st 
Tucker Eli, r.arpenter. Garden si near Madison 
Tucker T. T. lottery office and broker, cor Baltimore st and C. 

mar. space, dw Lombard st 1 door e of Exeter 
Tucker Silas, watchman at Union Bank, Canal st sof Monum't 
Tucker Aaron, labourer, Dewberry alley near Baltimore st 
Tucker Joseph, dry goods dealer, 20 Centre market space 
Tucker mrs E. dress maker, e side South st 3d door from Balti- 
more, up stairs 
Tucker mrs Polly, Williams st s of Giddings's row 
Tucker John B. tobacconist, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Tucker Wm. cordwainer, Alice Anna st e of Ann 
Tucker Geo. W. druggist, cor Pratt and Eden sts 
Tucker John, e side Light st s of West 
Tucker Thomas, firm Tucker & Murray, bricklayers, dw s side 

Baltimore st w of Spring 
Tucker &. Robinson, chair makers. Exchange place near South st 
Tucker John H. dw Exeter st s of Fawn 
Tuckey Elisha, painter and glazier, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Tudor'John, carpenter, Raborg st 1 door e of Pine 
Tull John, blacksmith, Charles st n of Hamburg 
Tulley mrs Margaret, seamstress. Mulberry st e of Cove 
TuUy Henry, seaman, Jefferson st e of Canal 
Tumblinson Wm. ship carpenter, cor Hanover st & Welcome al 
Tumblinson Wm. R. firm Ready, Ballard & Co. dw cor Hano- 
ver st and Welcome alley 
Tunis Thomas, blacksmith, Jefferson st e of Canal 
Tunis Alexander, shoemaker, n side Gay st w of Mott 
Tunk George, labourer, w side Artryle alley s of Alice Anna et 
Tuppish Edward, cedar cooper, Mott st s of Sterling 
Turbot Chas. labourer, Camden st w of Lisht 
Turell John & Co. tobacconists, 14 n Howard st 
Turnbull Alex. & Co. com mts, over 173i: Baltimore st 
Turnbull John, shoemaker, Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Turner T. K. house and sign painter, rear of U e Fayette st 



TUR 380 TWI 

Turner H. A. prims, sonofs, play and toy books store, 10 North st 

dw Orleans 1 door \v of Caroline 
Turner Chas. H. carpenter, George st w of Penn avenue 
Turner Wm. block and pump maker, 8 end McElderry's wharf 
Turner John, labourer, Lerew's alley n of Madison st 
Turner Jas. P. pawn broker, 60 s Charles st 
Turner Thomas, carpenter, cor Monument and Spring sts 
Turner Thos. clerk, w side Hanover st betw Pratt and Lombard 
Turner Henry, butcher, Pitt st w of Market 
Turner Richard J. book keeper Mechanics' Bank, w side Han- 

verst betw Pratt and Lombard 
Turner Mis?, s side Hillen st e of Front 
Turner J. J. dw V^ork avenue n of Madison st 
Turner J. J. & F. flour, grain, lime and com mts^ 30 e Pratt st 
Turner Francis, of firm, dw w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Turner Andrew, blacksmith, Gay st near East 
Turner R. T. importer of hardware, G Pratt st 
Turner J. J. feed store, Gay st near Potter 
Turner Mary, washer, 5 Mercer st 
Turner Elizabeth, seamstress. Molt st s of Sterling 
Turner Matthew, flour and meal seller, Hollins st w of market 
Turner Isaac W. edge tool maker, Pratt st e of Penn 
Turner Joseph & Son, proprietors of Steam Flooring Mill, 28 

Light st wharf 
Turner John C. of firm, dw cor Eutaw and Dover sts 
Turner Joseph, dw Hanover st 2 doors s of Perry 
Turner Geo. fisher, Cross st w of Johnson 
Turner Henry J. shoemaker. Cross st e of Light 
Turner Alex, drayman, Charles st n of Barre 
Turner Joshua M. Choptank st n of Baltimore * 
Turner mrs Francis, Fleet st e of Wolfe 
Turner Joshua, fisherman, Granby st e of Exeter 
Turner miss Mary D. fancy store, Baltimore st e of Front 
Turner Chas. mariner, w side Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
Turner Nathan, butcher, e side Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Turner Isaac, butcher, w side Bond st n of Bank 
Turner Mary Ann. Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 
Turner capt John D. High st s of Lombard 
Turner Joshua M. butcher, Laudenslager's hill, nside Phil, road 
Turner Joshua, w Fulls av^enue s of Lombard st 
Turner, Wheelwright 6l Mudge, paper warehouse, 2 8 Charles 

St. — see advertisement page 12 
Tuttle Wm. N firm Bull & Tuttle, dw Raborg at e of Pine 
Tuttle Columbus, shoemaker, Cove st s of Pierce 
Tuttle John, printer, Marion st e of Howard 
Tuttle John, seaman, Armistead lane w of William st 
'J\ix worth David H. Beuren st n of French 
Twiford James W. w side High st n of Gay 
Twifbrd mrs Mary, Columbia st w of Cove 
Twiford Edward, boot maker, Wayne st e of Eutaw 
Twig Thomas, shoemaker, Columbia st w of Cove 



TWI 381 UNI 



Twinham George, blacksmith, 9 Mercer st 
Twist Sergeant S. U. S. rendezvous, 58 Light st 
Tydings Lewis, butcher, Orleans st e of Strawberry alley 
Tye Hammond, grocer, cor Charles st and Williamson alley 
Tyler Zebedee W. horse shoer, North st betw Pleasant and Bath, 

dw w side Potter st n of Lee 
Tyler G. K. drugirist, dw n e cor High and Baltimore sts 
Tyler George, ship carpenter. Canton on city line 
Tyler Daniel M. sea cnpiain, e side High st s of Pitt 
Tyler J. & E. dry goods store, 54 w Pratt st 
Tyler J. dw L Greene st n of Burgundy alley 
Tyler Mary, Wilk st e ofExeler 
Type Foundry, Baltimore, F. Lucas, jr. agent, Bank lane e of 

St Paul st 
Tyson Jonathan, n side Fayette st w of Pearl 
Tyson Wm. firm Fowler &, Tyson, 7 Pascault's row, Lex'n st 
Tyson [saac, chrome liiciory, w end Lancaster st w of Caroline, 

dw Harford avenue 
Tyson Mary A. & Sisters, seminary for young ladies, 7 Pascault's 

row, w Lexington st 
Tyson Wm. dw Lexington st e of Pine 
Tyson Eliza, Bank st e of Market 
Tyson John S. attorney at law. North st n of Post office 
Tyson Charles, clerk, Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Tyson Geo. firm Tyson & Brothers, dw High st n of Trinity 
Tyson Jonathan, 63 s Sharp st 
Tyson Isaac, jr. stove dealer, n side Lombard st e of Hanover 

IJ BERT John, shoe store, Pratt st e of the falls 

Uhl Francis, tobacconist, cor Hawk st and Cen. market space- 

Uhler Philip, Madison st w of Eutaw 

Uhler Geo. W. firm J. Harvey & Co. Camden st w of Hanover 

Uhler Martin, labourer, Lancaster st vv of Bond 

Uhlhorn A. A. blacksmith, Saratoga st w of Park 

Uhrig John, tavern. Bond st n of Thames 

Ulhorn mrs J. w side Sharp st 2 doors n of Conway 

Ulrich Geo. stocking weaver. President st s of Pratt 

Ulrick Wm. carpet weaver, 35 s Liberty st 

Umberger John, oyster cellar, s e cor Gay and Front sts 

Umbrich Gabriel, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 

Umstadter Jacob, clothing store, 27 Lombard st e of Frederick 

Underbill Israel, saddler, Eutaw st s of Dover 

Underwood Joshua, carter, Pratt st w of Caroline 

Underwood Albert, labourer, Lombard st w of Market 

Undutch Frederick, carter, vv side Light st s of West 

Union Engine House, Hanover st in Hanover market house 

Union Bank of Maryland, cor Charles and Fayette sis 

Union Hotel, A, Keenan, proprietor, 39 South 

Union Manufacturer's warehouse, 9 s Charles st 

United Engine House, Howard st at junction of Liberty 



UNI 382 VIC 



University of Maryland, Medical department, at the University 
buildings, cor Greene and Lombard sis. — Collegiate dep. 
Mulberry st opp Cathedral — see appendix 
Upperman J. C. shoemaker, Dewberry alley near Baltimore st 
Upperman Jeremiah, shoemaker. Dewberry al near Baltimore st 
Usher misses A. E &, M. C. dress makers & milliners, 72 Saratoga 
Utermohle Adolp ms, barber, Pratt si opp President 
Utermohle Auguste, tailor, Pratt st e of President 

VaGASSER Mrs. Elizabeth, Union near Ross st 
Valentine John, hack propritlor, Clay st w of Liberty 
Valiant James B. grocer, vv side Gay st e of Canal 
Valiant John, bootmaker, Wilk st e of High 
Valiant James H. clerk. Fawn st w of Exeter 
Valiant George, ne cor Howard st and Gidingham al 
Vallmar Frederick, tailor, William st n of Giddings's row 
Valona copper works, Wm. & H. McKim proprietors, Smith's 

wharf, Alex. Coates manager, dw Maiden lane 
Van Brunt & Adams, beef and bacon store, Lexington st e of 
Van Buren, Margaret, Slemmer al s of Pratt si [Green 

Vance Isaac, 33 Camden st 

Vandaniker Joseph, labourer, Moore's al near Ross st 
Vandervort Robert B. Park st s of Franklin 
Vanfossen David, shoemaker, Welcome al w of Hanover st 
Vanhorn James, plaisterer, Aisquith st n of McElderry 
Vanlill Stephen J, shoe store, Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Van Ness W. J. grocer, -18 C. Market space 
Vansant Joshua, hat and cap manuf. s w cor South and Balti- 
more sis dw Front st e side s of Pitt 
Vansant Joshua, watchman, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Van Winkle Samuel, painter, Coplank st s of Hampstead 
Varden Rev Jonah, Aisquith st n of Hull's lane 
Varley Robert, gold beater, n side French st nearly opp Potter 
Varney Mitchell, bciker. Block st w of Wills 
Varnon Alexander, tinner, Hollins st e of Poppleton 
Varnum Joseph B. atty. at law, Fayette st opp City Hotel, dw 

at Mrs Kraft's Lexington st 
Vaughan Henry J. pilot, e side Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Vaughn Mrs. fancy store, Louisiana st e of Greene 
Veazey Misses, 35 n Howard st cor Marion 
Veazey Joseph E. Canton, eastern city bounds 
Veazey George C. inspector of customs, dw Stiles st e of High 
Verlander mrs Julia Ann, seamstress, Orleans st e of Lewis 
Vermillion Eliza, s side Sterling st e of Mott 
Vernetson Wm. clothing store, 36 Second st 
Vernon James, carpenter, cor Boyd and Amity sts 
Vetter George, ba^iket maker, 12 Mulberry court, e of Rock st 

s of Saratoga 
Vicary Henry, plaisterer and slater, at Wm. Rundell's, Aisquith 
st near 'I'hompson, and at Arthur Robinson's, Howard st 
near Richmond 



VIC 383 VON 

Vicente capt M. superintendent and general agent of ship and 

steamboat building, 42 n Gay st 
Vickers mrs John, oyster house, McClellan'!? st near Bahinfiore 
Vickers Mary, huckster, cor Fleet and Ann sis 
Vickers Henry, tailor, 55 C Market space 
Vickers Joel, e side Commerce st s end, d\v Sharp st e side 2 

doors s of Camden st 
Vickers Geo. R. Sl Co. millers &, com. mts. s end Commerce st 
Vickers G. R. firm ditto, dw s e cor Camden and Sharp sts 
Vickers George, n e cor Lombard and Eutaw sts 
Vickers Jesse, painter, Eden st n of Holland 
Vickers Greenbury, carter, William st s of Hamburg 
Vickers James, waterman. Sharp st n of Hill 
Vickery Thomas, \v side High st n of Trinity 
Victory Joseph, clothier, 93 n Howard st 
Vigamy B shoemaker, n e cor Douglass and Potter sta 
Vigasser mrs Elizabeth, Union near Ross st 
Vincent nws Ann, York st e of Light 
Vincent John, shoemaker, cor Howard and York sts 
Vincent James, sailmaker, Charles st n of Montgomery 
Vinegar Aug. gardener, Sprini; st n of Orleans 
Vinkler mrs Jane, seamstress, Pitt si w of Front 
Vinton P. carpenter, e side Light st 4 doors s of Armistead lane 
Vinyard Mary, tavern, Caroline st s of Bank 
Vinzant Geo. carpenter, Eutaw st opp Barre 
Vinzant John, huckster, do do 

Visage Ann M. seamstress, w side Exeierst s of Low- 
Visitor Saturday, Dr. J. Evans Stiodgrass, edit )r and publisher, 

2J n Gay st 
Vivart Baltzer, tailor, 17 Fleet st 
Vogler Henry, brickmaker, Lee st w of Hannv*er 
Voj-el^esang Jacob, keeper "Union Tave-n," 5 Light st wharf 
Vogt Frederick, labourer. Cove st n of Sarah Ann 
Vogt Frederick, patent lever locksmith, Perry si w of Sharp- 
see advertisement, page 20 
Voigl David, carpenter, cor Cove and Sarah Ann sis 
Voigt Lewis F. artist, 106 Baltimore st 
Volen August, musician, w side East st n of Ensor 
Volk Ulrick, shoemaUer, 51 i Harrison st 
Volk Peter, shoe store, Praii st e of Eutaw 
Volk mrs Margaret, 45 n Eutaw st 
Volkmar Charles, clocktnaker, Perm av near Preston st 
Volkmar Chas. portrait painter, 42 w Lexington st e of Howard 
Vollanbank John, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Volland John, musician, Potter st n of Gay 
Voltejer Lewis, shoemaker, cor Eden and Jefferson sts 
Volz Peter, shoemaker, Park st n of Pleasant 

Von Beest , cooper, over 63 C, Market space 

Von Dreal • — , labourer, over 63 C. Market space 

Vondersmith Daniel, lime mt. dw n w cor Fayetie and Paca 8t8 
Voneiff John, tinner, 79 Hanover st 



VON 384 WAI 

Vonhollen Cliristopher, sufrar refiner, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Von OInhausen Jacob &. Son, gunsmiths, Fredk. road, e of Run 
Von Soubiron David, boardinur house, Park st n of Fayette 
Vore Isaac, ed^e tool maker, Madison st w of Eutaw 
Voss B. F. & R. hardware mts. 10 s Charles st 
Voss B. F. firm ditto, dvv 73 n Charles st 
Voss Robt. S, firm ditto, dvv Lexington st 2d .door e of Charles 
Voyarl John, shoemaker, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 
Voyce Thomas, harness maker, n side Ensor st e of Potter 
Voyce Thomas, brickmaker. West st e of Charles 

VT AAR John, farmer, Harford av n of Aisquith st 
V\7'achilian Abraham D. watchmaker, Thames st e of Bond 
Waddell Mrs. n w cor Calvert and Mulberry sts 
Waddy Alexander, sailmaker, Hamburoj st e of Charles 
Wade John, atty. at law, Fayette st w of St Paul 
Wade Mrs. teacher, Paca st e of L Greene 
Wade John, principal of school, 14 n Gay st 
Wadle Wm. cabinet maker, Potter st n of Hillen 
Wadlow Elisha, harness maker. Canton 
Waesche mrs Margaret, w Pratt st e of Sharp 
Wagary John, machinist, Frederick road, e of toll gate 
Waggener Wm. tailor, 69 Bond st 
Waggner George, block and pump maker, cor Thames & Wolfe 

sts. dvv 81 Fleet st 
Waggner Charles F, carpet weaver. Fleet st w of Market 
Wagoner George, custom house. Bank st w of Wolfe 
Waggner John L. cooper, Pratt st e of the Falls 
Waggner Wm. ship carpenter, Wolfe st s of Fleet 
Waggner Charles, labourer, Wolfe st s of Thames 
Waggner Francis, block and pump maker, Bond st lower end, 

dw Ann st e side s of VVilk 
Waggner John, labourer, Dover st w of Sharp 
Waggner Balizer, shoemaker, Eutaw st opp Barre 
Wagorner Sebastian, labourer, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Waggner Francis, labourer, w side Apple al s of Alice Anna st 
Warner G. carpet weaver, Penn av near Biddle st 
Wagner B. mt. tailor, 4 s Sharp st. dvv 64 n Liberty st 
Wagner John, tailor, n side Pratt st e of C Market space 
Wagner Philip, grocer, 325 Baltimore st 
AVagner Casper, baker, Baltimore st vv of Pearl 
Wao-ner Henry, bootmaker, Pitt st w of Canal 
Wagner F. cordwainer, e side Happy al s of Alice Anna 
Wahl Jacob P. hatter. 56 Bond st 
Wahl Mrs. milliner, Gay st opp Saratoga 
Wahl M. se cor High and Low sts 
Wahl John M. harness maker, rear of 58 n Gay st 
Waidner Charles, milkman, Penn av n of Greenwillow *t 
Waidner John, cor Pine and Saratoga sts 
Waidner Jacob, feed store, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Waidner Lewis, milkman, Cove st s of Paca 



WAI 385 WAL 

Wainjand Joseph A. shoemaker, Eutavv st s of Lee 

Wait VVm. W. conveyancer, e side Gay st near Molt 

Wait miss S. J. milliner, e side Gay st near Mott 

Waile R. C. ship smith, York st. dvv Hill st vv of Ljfjht 

Waiie Robt. H. ship smith, e side Commerce st s of Pratt 

Waite Geo. W. mustard manuf. W Falls av s end City block 

Waiace mrs J. T. 84 n Liberty st 

Wald Henry, wheelwright, Ar'mistead lane w of William st 

Waldin F. weaver, Paca st e side near Franklin 

Wald man Wm. dyer, 32 Harrison st 

Waldo Charles, carpenter, Alice Aima st e of Wolf 

Wales Joseph, cordwainer. Fleet st e of Bond 

Walfresh Samuel, pedlar, cor Market and Alice Anna sts 

Walia Paulina, dress maker, cor Pratt and Sharp 

Walk Geo. H. riiiger, Alice Anna st e of Market 

Walker Samuel D. & Co. tobacco mts. (S. D. Walker consul 

for Belgium) 40 s Gay 
Walker S. D. firm ditto, dw Fayette st wof Eutaw 
Walker Alexander, dw Fayette st w of Paca 
Walker Wm. H. currier, Louisiana st near Paca 
Walker Joshua, 36 s Sharp st 
Walker James, weaver, Saratoora st near Schroeder 
Walker Sater T. Saratoga st 3 doors e of Howard 
Walker John F. japanner, 19 McClellan st 
Walker Samuel S. carpenter, cor Lombard and Sharp sts. dw 

Madison st w of Howard 
Walker & Kimberly, wholesale dealers in boots, shoes, hats, 

caps and bonnets, n w cor Howard and Baltimore sts 
Walker J. W. firm ditto, dvv Biddle st near Penn av 
Walker Peter, weaver, Pierce st w of Chats worth 
Walker Wm. huckster. Monument st e of Sterling 
Walker Henry, machinist, Eden st s of Mullikin 
Walker mrs Sarah, seamstress. Spring st n of Baltimore 
Walker Noah, clothing store. C Market space, Cumberland row 
Walker Daniel, hoot maker, Sterling st e of Mott 
Walker Samuel, huckster, w side Mott st n of Gay 
Walker John L. Hughes st vv of Light 

Walker Zadock, carpenter, Giddings's row e of Light st s of 
Walker capt Hugh S. 74 Alice Anna st [West 

W^alker Samuel A. mariner, Alice Atma st vv of Caroline 
Walker Francis, sailmaker, Bank st e of Eden 
Walker Richard, mariner, 39 Wolfe st 
Walker capt Robert, cor Spring st and e Pratt 
Walker John, mt. dw e side Eden st n of Gough 
Walker Joseph, teacher, Exeter st s of Fawn 
Walker Thomas, engineer, 16 Albemarle st 
Walker Richard VV. market dealer. President st s of Stiles 
Walker Henry, tavern, 55 C Market space 
Walker Benjamin, e side Frederick st n of Lombard 
Walker VVm. sailmaker, dw 37 Camden st 
2G 



WAL 386 WAL 

Wall Jacob, carpenter, Fayette st n side e of Cove 

Wall mrs Michael, grocer, 29 w Lexington st 

Wall E. carpenter, dvv cor Saratoga st and Elm (or Market al) 

Wall mrs Alice, 94 n Howard st 

Wall Daniel, painter. Mulberry st 1 door w of Lerew's al. dw 

133 n Paca st 
Wall Mary, huckster, Thames st e of Philpot 
Wall James, proprietor Whitehall Gardens, Bank st 
Wallace William, tin and sheet iron worker, 38 s Calvert st. dw 

Lexington st betw Pine and Cove 
Wallace William, 82 North st 

Wallace James, labourer, Orleans st w of Strawberry al 
Wallace Thomas, dry goods dealer, n side Hillen st 2 doors e of 

Exeter, dw opposite 
Wallace mrs Margaret, e side Paca st s of Lexington 
Wallace William, labourer, Eutaw st n of Ostend 
Wallace Hynson, tailor, House's court s of Conway st w of 
Wallace capt Michael, Wilk st w of Canal [Charles 

Wallace capt John, 11 Philpot st 
Wallace capt William, 107 e Pratt st 
Wallace Wm. nailor, w side Frederick st s of Lombard 
Waller Simon, cabinet maker, 85 Bond st 
Waller Basil, tavern, n side Fish market 
Waller Abram, fisher, cor Hawk and Concord sts 
Wallis S. Teackle, atty. at law, office Favelte st 2 doors w of 
Waliis Philip, Charles st n of Mulberry " [St Paul 

Wallock Samuel, cordwainer, Shakspeare st near Market 
Walls J. ladies' shoemaker, German st 1 door e of Sharp 
Walmsley Isaac, confectioner and baker, cor Calvert & Bath sts 
Walmsley John G. 6 George st 
Walsh Laurence, huckster, Granby st w of Canal 
Walsh Jacob, cor Granby and Albemarle sts — conveyancer's 

office n e cor Gay and Lombard sts 
Walsh John N. Howard st opp Richmond market 
Walsh T. Yates, atty. at law. Court house lane, dvv cor Granby 

and Albemarle sts 
Walsh Julius, confectioner, Baltimore st. dw Park st n of Marion 
Walsh John, lumber mt. 23 Light st wharf 
Walsh Miss, milliner, Pitt st e of High 
Walsh & Waite, painters, e side Light st cor Hughes's Quay, 

dw Lee st 
Walsh Charles, w side French st s of Centre 
Walsh Th. bottler, w side Gay st s of Baltimore, dw Second st 
Waltanar Tobias, tailor, Louisiana st e of Greene 
Waltemeyer John, blacksmith, Hollins st w of Schroeder 
Walter Hyram C. Fayette st n side e of Pearl 
Walter Edward T. segar manuf. lOl Pratt st near Bridge 
Walter Henry, shoemaker, e side Ann st s of Fleet 
Walter Jacob, watch and clock maker and silversmith, 56 n 

Howard st 
Walter Jacob, tavern, 10 Bond st 



WAL 387 WAR 



Walter Dr Charles V. 56 n Howard st 

Walter Philip, 105 Bond st 

Walter Wni. tobacconist, 64i n Howard st. dw Pearl st betw 

Lexington and Fayette sts 
Walter Henry, carpenter, Biddle st near Ross 
Walter Wm. tobacconist, Howard st. dw George st e of Pine 
Walter John, justice of peace, s side Second st e of Gay, dw e 

side Exeter st n of Pitt 
Walter mrs Catharine, Columbia st w of Cove 
Walter Frederick, cabinet maker, Sharp st. dw Eutaw st n of 
Walter John, grocer, cor Pratt and Caroline sts [Perry 

Walters Wm. tobacconist, e side Market alley 
Waltham Samuel, brickmaker, Burgundy alley e of Warner st 
Waltham mrs Elizabeth, cor Sharp and York sts 
Waltjen Frederick, cabinet maker, w side Sharp st 3 doors s of 

German, dw Eutaw 
Waltjer Henry, box maker, n Sharp st. dw Gay w of Aisquith 
Waltmyer Henry, shoemaker, Raborg st e of Pine 
Walton Sheppard; tavern, Park sts of Saratoga 
Walton Elijah, carpenter, Barre st near Sharp, dw 77 Hanover 

opposite the market 
Walton Mrs, dress maker, 77 Hanover st 
Waltz John, tailor, Louisiana st e of Greene 
Wamaling Peter, turner, Hanover st s of L Hughes 
Wamsley Isaac, confectionery and bakery, cor Bath & Calvert sts 
Wannings Harman H. labourer, Guilford alley w of Light st 
Wansing Henrich, furniture carman, w side Tripolet's al 3 doors 

from Baltimore st 
Ward Wm. J. attorney at law, 24 w Fayette st 
Ward E. V. Charles st n of Pleasant 
Ward Edward B. firm Pike &, Ward, dw Charles st 
Ward M. & E. dress makers, 52 n Liberty st 
Ward Benjamin C. firm Titiany, Ward & Co. dw cor Cathedral 

and Franklin sis 
Ward Charles, weaver, cor Chatsworth and Pierce sts 
Ward Mary, seamstress, s side Hillen st e of East 
Ward Nelly 46 n Exeter st 

Ward Margaret, nurse and seamstress, High st n of Pitt 
Ward Nathaniel, bricklayer, Montgomery st w of Light 
Ward mrs Sarah, 98 s Sharp st 
Ward Mrs. e side Ann sts of Alice Anna 
Ward Wm. lottery broker, 37 Lombard st Exchange place, dw 

cor High and Fawn sts 
Ward John & Wm. carpenters, Albemarle st n of Lombard 
Ward Wm. dw Aisquith st s of Madison 
Ward John, dw Aisquith st n of Monument 
Ward Wm. te?cher, 26 Centre market space 
Wardell Samuel, cooper, Potter st. dw 45 Pitt 
Warden Robert, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Warden Lewis, mate of vessel, 2 Thames st 



WAR 388 WAR 

Wardenbur^ Wm. grocer, cor Alice Anna and Washington sts 
Ware Robert G. boots^ shoes, hats, caps and bonnet dealer, 202 

Baltimore st up stairs, d\v 24 Saratoga 
Ware T. R. firm Ware & Ludlow, dw Eutaw house 
Ware Peter, Eden st s of Jefferson 
Ware Michael, paver, Liberty alley n of Monument st 
Warenett Bandolier, paver, Tyson alley near Cathedral st 
Warfield Nathan, justice of peace, n e cor Charles and Lombard 

sts. dw Lexington w of Cove 
Warfield Wm. justice of peace, n e cor St Paul and Eayette sts. 

dw George e of Pine 
Warfield George, cabinet maker, cor Howard and Pratt sts 
Warfield mrs Sarah, 16 Barnet st 
Warfield Charles, over 93 Hanover st 
Warfield & McTier, millers, 9 Spear's wharf, flour mills Frederick 

road w of toll gate 
Warfield D. of firm, St Paul st n of Saratoga 
Warfield Joshua, shoemaker, e side Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Warley John, moulder, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Warlow Benjamin, shoemaker, Hollins st e of Shroeder 
Warnefeli John, lurniture carman, over cor Hawk & Concord sts 
Warner mrs Mary Ann, grocer, 9 e Fayette st 
Warner Michael, Columbia st e of Cove 
Warner George, attorney at law, Fayette st e of St Paul, dw 

Columbia opjjosite Greene 
Warner Wm. cabinet maker, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Warner Asa, blacksmith, cor Run alley and Raborg st 
Warner Joseph R. watch case maker. Bank lane w of St Paul st 
Warner James P. watch case maker, Bank lane] dw w side High 
Warner Mrs. 46 n Gay st [st s of French 

Warner Henry, s Cove st extended 

Warner Andrew E. manufacturer of silver ware, 5 n Gay st 
Warner M. Paca st w of L Paca 
Warner mrs Louisa, Union st near Penn avenue 
Warner L. M. & Co. boots, shoes and bonnet merchants^ 188 

Baltirnore st up stairs, dw 44 n Gay. st 
Warner & Fisher, dry goods merchants, 231 Baltimore st 
Warner George K. of firm, dw 88 s Sharp st. cor Wayne st (or 

Sugar alley) 
Warner Alfred L. M. D. Eden st s of Silver 
Warner F. A. tailor, s side Sterling st 2 doors w of Monument 
Warner Elizabeth, tailoress, Ensor st near Madison 
Warner Wm. G. book and job printer, Gay st s of Baltimore 
Warnick David, weaver, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Warnick David J. w side Eutaw st near Madison 
Warnz Henry, Eutaw st s of Barre 

Warren Asa,'^blacksmilh, Greene n of Pratt, d w Raborg e of Pine 
Warren Henry, stockmaker, 4 North st. dw Lombard e of Exeter 
Warren Wm. manulacturer of pasteboard boxes, 2 Holliday st — 

see advertisement page 35 
Warring Spencer M. shoe store, 85 w Pratt st 



WAR 389 WAT 

Warring Jno. tobacco inspector, State warehouse, 1 Dugan's whf 
Warrington Thomas J. draper and tailor, 20 n Gay St. dw Bond 

s of Gough 
Warrington Geo. T. Liberty alley s of Falls st 
Wartman Michael K. provision mt. 278 Baltimore st. dw Lex- 
ington e of Cove 
Washington Monument, Mount Vernon place, intersection of 

Charles and Monument sts 
Washington Monument Garden, n extremity of Charles St. John 

Friedrich, proprietor 
Washington University of Baltimore, Fairmount, e Baltimore st 
Washington Engine House, n side Lombard st betw Sharp and 

Liberty 
Washington Iron Foundry, Conway st w of L Greene 
Washington Institute, cor Hanover and Camden sts 
Washington Henry. 124 n Howard st 
Washington Wni. basket maker, 43 n Howard st 
Washington James H. firm Mayger & Washington, dw Fawn 

st e of High 
Wason Andrew, shoemaker, Harford av n of Monument si 
Wason Thomas, mariner, w side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Watch House, Eastern district, cor Market and Alice Anna sis 
Watch House, Middle district, cor Saratoga and Holliday sts 
Watch House, Western district, Greene st n of Baltimore 
Watchman Engine House, York st e of Light 
Watchman John, machinist, foundry and dwelling cor William 

and Hughes sts 
Water Co, Bait, office 24 Second st. Columbus 0'Dt)nnell, pres. 
Water Henry, shoemaker. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Waterman Wm. shoemaker, Perry st e of Paca 
Waterman Isaac, pedlar, Wilk st e of Bond 
Waters Zebulon, hook keeper Bank of Baltimore, dw Saratoga 

st near Liberty 
Waters ^000 G. property agent and collector, 11 Law build- 

ings,, dw Mulberry st cor Cohen alley 

aters Ami, seamstress, Cliesnut alley w of Pearl st 
ters Wm. stone cutter, row s of Franklin st extended 
_ters Arthur W. shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Amity 
Waters Anderson, carter, MuHikin st e of Fairmount 
Waters George, house carpenter. Maiden lane w of Aisquithst 
Waters mrs Mary, Aisquith st s of Low 
Waters Peter, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Waters Emily, stock maker, e side Front st n of Baltimore 
Waters Geo. tailor, n side Sterling ste of Mott 
Waters Mrs. milliner, n side Sterling st e of Mott 
Waters Wm. book keeper, 33 w Pratt st 
Waters Sarah, dress maker, 33 w Pratt st 
Walters James Brown, painter, e side High st n of Pitt 
Witers Wm. York st e of Charles 
Waters mrs E. Sharp st s of Conway 
Waters Wm. book keeper, Lombard st e of Exeter 
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WAT 390 WAT 

Waters Geo. P. salt merchant, lower end Fell st. dw Baltimore 

e of Lloyd 
Waters Joseph G. com. mt. 11 Light st wharf, dw w side Sharp 

St 3 doors n ol Conway 
Waterton Ann, e side Light st 2 doors n of Cross 
Water worth John, weaver, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Watkins Elizabeth, boarding house, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Watkins & Quinlan, edge tool makers, corner of Balderston and 

Ellicott sts 
Watkins Evan, of firm, dw Ross st w of Eutaw 
Watkins John W. bricklayer, cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 
Watkins, Duncan & Rust, wholesale boot, shoe, hat and bonnet 

mts. n side Baltimore st w of Charles 
Watkins T. C. of firm, dw Lee steof Honorer 
Watkins J. H. Franklin Inn, n e cor Hillen and Hish sts 
Watkins Noble G. painter. Burgundy alley w of L Greene st 
Watkins Archibald, shoemaker, Wayne st e of Howard 
Watkins Wm. tailor, Charles st s of Bar re 
Watkins Susanna, Philpot st w of Thames 
Watkins Munson, next door to 79 McElderry's wharf 
Watkins Wm. jr. teacher, 113 Camden si 
Watkins L. J. & Co. dry goods mts. 38 w Pratt st 
Watkins & Co. dry goods store, cor Pratt and Hanover sts 
Watson Rebecca H. boarding house, 8 Ann st 
Watson John, mariner, 67 Bond st 
Watson Wm. Holliday st n of Bath 

Watson mrs Ann, dry goods dealer, 38 Centre market space 
Watson mrs Daniel, tavern, 38 Centre market space 
Watson Elizabeth, Clay st e of Howard 
Watson D. dry goods dealer, 66 Hanover st 
Watson Charles, 174 n Paca st 
Watson John, shoemaker, Low st w of Potter 
Watson Geo. W. shoemaker, s side Ensor st w of Forest 
Watson John, carter, n side Addison st w of H^u^ 
Watson Thos. miller, Fred'k road w of toll ga te^ 
Watson J. T. sieve maker, 66 s Calvert st. dw Paca w of Warner 
Watson Edward, Lee st e of Charles ^ 

Watson mrs Kliza, Hamburg st w of Licrht * 

Watson Alex, enirineer, Hanover st s of Sugar alley 
Watson capt Wm. L. Wilk st e of Bond 
Watson Wm. H. aitorney at law, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Watson Wm. grrocery and liquor store, n w cor Lombard "and 

Concord sts 
Watson Wm. soap boiler, e side Canal st s of Gough ♦ 

Watson Wm. w side Happy alley s of Alice Anna st ♦ 

Wattles J. L portrait painter, 142 n Eutaw st — see adr. p 16 
Wattles J. Henry, portrait painter, over 7 Holliday st 
Watt Wm. L. guusmiih, 55 s Frederick st. dw Bond ' 

Watt George, fancy chemicals, indelible ink, aromatic salts, '&c. 

manufacturer, 311 Baltimore st * 

WattThos. H. saddler, w side Gay st near Madison * 



WAT 391 WEA 



Watts dealer in Baltimore Arcade 

Watts capt Wm. J. e side Canal st s of Baltimore 

Walts John Wesley, carpenter, Holliday st s of Pleasant 

Watts mrs Eleanor O. board inor house, Albemarle s of Lombard 

Watts John, painter, Howard st near Richmond market 

Watts Kinsey, stone mason. Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Wafts Nathaniel, Orleans st w of Canal 

Watts mrs Cecelia, huckster, Monument st e of Constitution 

Watts capt Frederick, Piit st e of Eden 

Watts Geo. W, s side Falls st e of Liberty alley 

Watts Chas. R. carpenter, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Watts capt Henry, bay trader, s end McElderry's wharf 

Watts Allen, cor Pratt and Amity sts 

Watts mrs J. A. seamstress. Burgundy alley w of L Greene 

Watts Richard, painter, Camden st near Paca, dw cor Conway 

and L Greene 
Watts Wm. Conway st vv of L Paca 
Watts Reverdy, painter, Lee st w of Eutaw 
Watts Kanelon, pilot, cor Wilk and Ann sts 
Watts capt Wm. J. Pratt st e of Caroline 
Watts George, porter, Philpot alley w of Gough at 
Watts Peter A, rope man. 66 Bowly's wharf, dw s side Balti- 
more SI e of Canal 
Waugh Rev. Beverly, Bishop Meth. Episc church, Greene st n 

of Cider alley 
Waurch Maurice, cabinet maker, L Paca st n of Conway 
Wayne Lewis, dyer, 1 1 Jackson's court, betw Saratoga and Lex- 
ington sis e of Rock 
Weakley James P. cabinet maker, Pitt st w of Eden 
Weart Conrad, labourer, Pierce st e of Cove 
Weaver John, importer and domestic hardware store, 50 w Lex- 
ington St. dw Lexington e of Howard 
Weaver Joseph, dw Lexingtou st w of Pine 
Weaver J. painter, Lexington st w of Howard, dw Ross st near 

Biddle alley 
Weaver ■ professor of music, 46 Harrison st 

Weaver Henry, cabinet maker and undertaker, n Gay st rear of 

Christ church 
Weaver Caspar, painter, Ross st near Biddle 
Weaver Caspar, chemist, w side Light st s of Gittings's row 
Weaver & Gibson, painters, cor Baltimore and Greene sts 
Weaver John, gardener, Harford avenue near rope walk 
Weaver D. C. w side Eutaw st near Madison 
Weaver Jacob, sexton St Peter's church, 46 n Eutaw st 
Weaver Jacob, wheelwright, w side Exeter st n of Gay 
Weaver John, blacksmith, Hollins st w of Amity 
Weaver Caspar, carter, Hamburg st e of Light 
Weaver File, shoemaker, William st s of Cross 
Weaver Martin, labourer, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Weaver John, tinner, Wilk st e of Bond 
Weaver George E. s side Wilk st w of Canal 



WEA 392 WED 

Weaver Wm. agent and constable, Bank st w of Bond 
Weaver D;iniel, constable, at Esq Cloud's office, dw cor Pratt 

and Market sis 
Weaver Hannah, vv side Happy alley s of Bank st 
Weaver Mgiry, dry goods store. Market st n of Lancaster 
Weaver mrs Catharine, e side Canal st s of Baltimore 
Weaver Henry, drayman, President st s of Pratt 
Weaver John A. tailor, rear of 70 Centre market space 
Webb Geo. W. goldsmith, jeweller, and manufacturer of fine 

jewelry, 174J Baltimore st. dw 22 w Fayette st 
Webb James, 22 w Fayette st 

Webb Eleanor, fruit, &.c. dealer, dw 93 Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
Webb John, goldsmith, Fayette st. dw Eutaw court opposite 

Eutaw church 
Webb John, w side Bond st s of Gough 
Webb L. W. music engraver, Pearl st n of Raborg 
Webb Augustus P. & Co. grocers, cor Paca and Lexington sts 
Webb Abner," of firm, dw 61 Greene st near Lexington 
Webb A. P. of firm, dw Greene st near Lexington 
Webb Chas. soap and candle man. Ensor st n of Madison 
Webb Milton, grocer, cor Paca and L Paca sts 
Webb Henry, lottery broker, 33 w Pratt St. dw Paca at bend 
Webb Wm. turner. Fleet st vv of Wolfe 
Webb Sarah, Wilk st w of Washington 
Webb Milton, grocer, cor Pratt st and Strawberry alley 
Webb Geo. firm Joseph Stewart & Co. Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Webb John H. carter, Siar alley n of Fleet st 
Webb mrs Jane, hotel, cor Pratt and South sts 
Webdel Harman E. firm Beehler Francis & Co. dw cor French 

and Potter sts 
Weber Edward & Co. lithographic printers, s w cor Baltimore 

and LiL^ht sts 
Weber Edward, dw Aisquith st s of Chew 
Weber Lewis, tavern keeper, 78 Harrison st 
Weber Mary Ann, huckster, Shakespeare st e of Bond 
Weber F. W. teacher German school, n Gay st. dw Harrison 
Webler John, lahourer, William st n of Giddings's row 
Webster Mahliiti D. proprietor Coffee and Reading rooms, North 

st n of Post office 
Webster Rev. Augustus, cor Paca and Mulberry sts 
Webster Wm. Henry, shoemaker. Neighbour st betw York and 

Harford avenues 
Webster Miss, seamstress, Pitt st w of Aisquith 
Webster Geo. blacksmith, w side Exeter st n of Hillen 
Webster Henry, labourer, Montgomery st w of Light 
Webster Dr. W. H. Charles st n of Barre 
Webster Ormsby, lieutenant of watch, eastern district, dw Bank 

st w of Wolfe 
Webster Wm. carpenter, s side Carpenter's alley betw Howard 

and Eutaw sts 
Wedekind John, bookbinder, Fayette st belw Pine and Cov^e 



WED 393 WEL 

Wedekind Lewis, carpenter, Howard st near Hill, dw Paca st 

w of L Greene 
Wed^e Simon, collector and aijent, Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Weedon Frisby, tailor, Eden st s of Orleans 
Weeks James, blacksmith, Jefl'erson st \v of Spring 
Weeks Thomas, well diircrer, Lewis st n ofOrleans 
Weems Levin M. firm Weems & Bro. dw Hill st w of Light 
Weglein Aaron, locksmith, 165 Bond st 
Wegner Dr. A. 48 n Charles st 
Wegner Cliristian, shoemaker, Ross st extended 
Wehager Henry, drayman, 28 New Church st 
Wehn Philip, baker, Conway st e ofEutaw 
Wehrly Jonathan, carpenter, 96 n Howard st 
Weigan Tobias, block cutter, e side Exeter st s of Low 
Weigel Geo. grocer, cor Montgomery and Sharp sts 
Weiger John, blacksmith, cor Low and Potter sts 
Weiheim Conrad, shoemaker. Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 
Wein Michael, weaver, Saratoga st vv of Schroeder 
Weingardt Geo. tailor. President st n of Wilk 
Weinhagen Geo. fancy goods dealer, 9 s Liberty st 
Weinhardt Fredk. grocer, Gay st near Mott 
Weinman Henry, b?»ker, Bond st s of Fleet 
Weir Elias, Hollins st w of Amity 
Weir Henry, engineer, Hollins st w of Amity 
Weis Gotfred, tailor, e side Short st near Orleans 
Weishampel C. store, McElderry's wharf, dw 95 s Howard st 
Weisler Abram, pedlar. Bond st s of Fleet 
Weisman Jacob, painter, w side Howard st n of Conway 
Weistman Henry, shoemaker, Eden st s of Bank 
Weitenniver Anthony, labourer, alley w of William st s of West 
Waiter Caspar, shoemaker, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Weitzel Jacob, shoemaker, cor Stiles and High sts 
Weitzel & Bro. dry goods dealers, 6J Centre market space 
Weitzel James, of firm, dw 6i Market space 
Weitzel Thomas, of firm, dw 6i Market space 
Welch Laban, dw cor Lexington and Rock sts 
Welch John, ship painter, Thames e of Ann, dw Ann s of Wilk 
Welch mrs Lydia, principal of female school, 28 n Frederick st 
Welch John, watchman, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Welch James, tailor, cor New and Jasper sts 
Welch John, ship painter, Market st cor Wilk 
Welch John M. Eden st n of Orleans 
Welch Jane, Wilk st w of Sprint^ 
Welch James, fur dealer, 60 s Calvert st 
Welch Robt. M. notary public and justice of peace, 46 Lombard 

st opp Custom house 
Welch Nicholas, carter, cor Camden and Charles sts 
Weld & Jenks, com. mts, 8 Bowly's wharf 
Weld Geo. F. of firm, dw Franklin st 2 doors e of Charles 
Welham W. tavern, n side Fish market 
Wellener Thomas, ship carpenter, Canton 



WEL 394 WEM 



Weller Joseph, firm Hollintrsworth & Weller, 61 i n Howard st 
Weller mrs Mary, n side Fish market space 
Weller Christopher, wagoner, Greenwillow st near Penn av 
Weller Reuben, cabinet and picture frame maker, w side Eutaw 

st n of Fayette 
Weller Chas. pedlar, Fleet st w of Argyle alley 
Welling J. W. n side Fayette st betw Pine and Cove 
Wellmore Edward, portrait painter, Law buildings, cor St Paul 

and Lexington sts. dw Lexinorton st extended 
Wells John, tailor, s e cor Pine and Fayette sis 
Wells Miss, Marion st near Howard 
Wells Thomas, Cove st n of Mulberry 
Wells Edward A. letter carrier, Park st s of Mulberry 
Wells mrs Elizabeth, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Wells Wm. carpenter, Jasper st near Lexington 
Wells Joseph, shoemaker, n side Sterling st e of Mott 
Wells J. W. tax collector, w side Exeter st n of Low 
Wells R. H. carpenter, York st e of Charles 
Wells Andrew H. butcher, Choptank st s of Hampstead 
Wells & Miller, engineers and iron founders, n e cor Fleet and 

President sts — see advertisement p 6 
Wells John, of firm, dw cor Exeter and Fawn 
Wells Peter, butcher, Exeter st opp Methodist church 
Wells John W. do do do 

Wells Edward, inspector of customs, Pratt st e of Gough 
Wellslager Jacob, city bailiff, cor Bond and Lancaster sts 
Wellslager Geo. ale and oyster house, e side Liberty st 3 doors 

s of Lombard 
Wellslager Stephen, house painter, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Wellslager Joseph M. blacksmith, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

Welmore portrait painter, w end Lexington st 

Welsh J. carpenter, North st 2d door s of Bath 

Welsh mrs Eleanor, Calvert st s of Pleasant 

Welsh John, weaver. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

Welsh David, shoemaker, Amity st n of Lexington 

Welsh Griffin, labourer, Poppleton st n of Raborg 

Welsh Wm. tobacconist, 2 n Eutaw St. dw Pine s of Pierce 

Welsh mrs M. 75 n Greene st 

Welsh mrs Blanche, s side Gay st w of High 

Welsh James, drayman, Lee st e of Charles 

Welsh Michael, labourer, Wayne st e of Howard 

Welsh John, fisher. Cross st e of Johnson 

Welsh William, wharfinger, Wilson's wharf, dw Philpot st w of 

Thames 
Welsh Patrick, labourer, Slemmer alley s of Stiles st 
Welsh & Murray, tavern and eating house, 37 Cen. mar. space 
Welsh Ellen, Balderston st e of Charles 
Welshoffer Henry, carpenter, Pine st s of Franklin 
Weliley Valentine, labourer, Hamburg st. Fed. hill 
Wemison Andrew, domestic man. Preston st near Ross 
Wemyer Daniel, well digger, cor Jasper and New sts 



WEN 395 WET 



Wenck Andreas, shoemaker, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Wenning Henrick, huckster. Fawn st e of High 
Wentz John, cooper. Union st near Ross 
Wentz S. H. book keeper Mechanics' Bank, Pearl st s of Lex^n 
Wentz John B. barber, 7 Thames st 
Werb Anthony, shoemaker, Pratt st e of President 
Werdebaugh John, book keeper, Saratoga st w of Slate 
Wergat George, shoemaker, Harford avenue n of Madison st 
Werner Michael, tavern, cor Shakspeare and Bond sts 
Werner Lucas, carter, Richmond st e of Lerew's alley 
Werner Earnest, labourer, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Wernkan Lewis, grocer, s w cor Howard and Perry sts 
Wernwag John, firm Shannon St Wernwag, dw corner High 

and Trinity sts 
Wescott James, rigger, 63 Centre market space 
Wesley Sarah, grocer, Douglass st e of Forest 
West John, forwarding agent, Davis st near Bath house 
West mrs Margaret, Dover st w of Sharp 
West Isaac, Canton e of Harris's creek 
West John, clerk, Davis st n of Saratoga 
West mrs Sarah, seamstress, cor Park and Richmond sts 
West Isaac, tailor, Orleans st e of Lewis 
West Elizabeth, seamstress, e side Constitution st 8 of Falls 
West Benj. baker, n side Gay st w of Mott 
West Joseph, shoemaker. East st s of French 
West Christopher, man. Camphine lamps, cor Eutavv &, Pratt sts 
West James, labourer, Barre st vv of Sharp 
West John T. grocer. Hill st w of Charles 
West mrs Catharine, huckster, L Hughes st e of Charles 
West Kdith, Fountain st e of Washington 
West Wm. copper refiner and lead smelter, cor Bank and Edea 
West John, custom house boatman, 22 Blork st 
West Wm. &. Son, lumber mts. n e cor Mill and Bowly sts 
West Wm. H. of firm, dw cor Pratt and Exeter sts 
West Mrs. boarding house, e side Gay st 4 doors n of Second 
West M. nail maker, e side Light st s of Arrnistead lane 
West E. K. dry goods dealer, 49 s Liberty st 
West Amos, tailor, dw over 23 Second st 
Westenberger Wm. D. carpenter, 142 n Paca st 
Western Bank, w side Eutavv st betw Baltimore and Fayette 
Western Mechanics' Savings Institution, cor Pearl and Bait, sts 
Western Franklin Savings Institution, Baltimore st w of Eutaw 
Westine Mrs. St Mary's st e of Penn. avenue 

Westfall w side Front st s of Low 

Westwood John H. bacon seller, 46 Pitt st 

Westwood Washington, e side Beuren st4 doors from Madison 

Wetherall & Hoffman, dry goods merchants, 215i Baltimore st 

Wetherall Wm. G. ol firm, d w 95 Sharp st 

Wetherald Ann, teacher, e side Exeter st s of Low 

Wetherald Wm. 95 Sharp st 

Wetfiered & Brother, man. of woollen goods, 13 German st 



WET 396 WHI 



Wethered Chas- E. firm Wethered & Bro. Franklin e of Cattied. 

Wethered Samuel, dw Hanover st 

Wethered Lewin, 21 Hanover st s of German 

Wever, Canon & Co. auctioneers and commission rQerchants, 28 

s Charles st — see advertisement page 22 
Weyl Rev. Chas. pastor German Luih. Trinity church, dw High 

st s of Trinity 
Weyrich John P. shoemaker, Strawberry alley s of Orleans st 
Whal M. s e cor High and Low sis 
Whalan Thomas, carpenter, Fleet st e ofWashington 
Whalan Ann, w side Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Whalan Michael, watchman, Wolfe st n of Gough 
Whalan Peter, carpel weaver, w side High st n of Granby 
Whaley James, shoemaker, EJargrove alley n of Centre st 
Wharton Wm. shoemaker. Monument st w of Caroline 
Wheatfield Inn, Howard st n of Bait. Joshua Cockey, proprietor 
Wheat John B. carpenter, cor Exeter and Pitt sts. dw Aisquith 

R of McElderry 
Wheailey D. Canton at eastern city hmits 
Wheatley Levin, mariner, w side Spring st n of Gough 
Wheatley mrs Mary, seamstress, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Wheeden James, sailmaker, Tenant's wharf, Alice Anna st w of 

Market 
Wheeden Mary Ann, Market st s of Bank 

Wheeler & Meakin, house, sign and lancy painters, 36 n Gay st 
Wheeler mrs Mary, boarding house, Calvert st s ol'Bath 
Wheeler James, carpenter, cor Calvert and Bath sts 
Wheeler Thomas, carpenter, Centre st e of St Paul 
Wheeler Alfred, Cove st n of Franklin 

Wheeler mrs Sarah, Mulberry court e of Rock s of Saratoga 
Wheeler John, shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Wheeler Wm. carter, Lerew's alley s of Richmond st 
Wheeler Henry, shoemaker, Eden st n of Monument 
Wheeler Samuel, boiler maker, York st w of Light 
Wheeler Thomas, Hamburg st w of William 
Wheeler John W. ship juiner, Wolfe st s of Wilk 
Wheeler John D. coal agent, dw Exeter st n of Wilk 
Wheeler mrs Wm. Albemarle st s ol" Grant 
Wheeler M. broker, Pratt st e of Light, dw 61 Sharp 
Wheeler A. C merchant tailor, 70 w Pratt st 
Wheeler S. ladies' shoemaker, German st 4 doors e of Howard 
Wheelwrisht mrs Mary B. 98 Park st n of Mulberry 
Whelan Thomas, grocer, 186 Baltimore st. dw Charles st s of 
Whelan John, tavern, 96 s Frederick st [Barnet 

Whelan Wm. grocer, 112 Baltimore st. dw Albemarle 
Whelan M. C. s side Fish market 

Wherrett Thomas, shoemaker, Lexington st 1 door e of Amity 
Wherrett James H. pilot, Ann st s of Bank 
Whipple D. R. stone cutter, rear of Pratt st e of Paca 
Whistler David, tailor, Pilt st e of Aisquith 
Whitaker mrs Susan, cor North and Saratoga sts 



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Whitaker N. B. dye stuffs and paint mts. 247 Baltimore st 

Whitaker Thomas, carpenter, York av n of Madison st 

White Oliver, Fayette st w of Pine 

White John, eno-ineer. Hughes sr e of Litrht 

White mrs Ann, Raborg st e of Schroeder 

White Wm. labourer, Charles st n of York 

White Dr. n w cor Fayette and Holliday sts 

White capt Joseph L. Alice Anna st w of Ann 

White John, prin'l. of female institute, 34 n Gay st — dw 481 do 

White Aimee, seamstress, Fleet st w of Wolfe 

White James, teacher, n Gay st near Shot tower 

White Harrriet, Wilk st w of Spring 

White John, n Gay st betvv Saratoga and the Falls 

White Jehu, 14 Wilk st near Spring 

White Jacob, Holliday st s of Pleasant 

White Catharine, cor Bank and Caroline sts 

White mrs Stephen, Monument square, Calvert st 

White George, grocer, cor Lombard st and Strawberry al 

White J. Campbell, St Paul st n of Mulberry 

White capt Richard D. Ann st e side n of Wilk 

White Wm. letter carrier, 60 n Howard st 

White Samuel, grocer, cor Market st and County wharf, w side 

White Henry, city bailiff or constable, dw 95 n Howard st 

White James G. constable, cor Spring and Lombard sts 

White Henry, Madison st e of Howard 

White David, blacksmith, Biddle st near Penn av 

White Henry, flour mt. 73 Smith's wharf, dw cor Holliday and 

Fa^'ette sts 
White mrs Nancy, Union st near Penn av 
White Robert, bricklayer, Cove st s o^ Sarah Ann 
White James, grocer, cor Baltimore and Amity sts 
White Samuel K. boarding house, 280 Baltimore st 
White mrs Hannah, seamstress, Pitt st w of Caroline 
White Mrs. Maiden lane, e of East st 
White John, shoemaker, Canal-st n of Orleans 
White Dr. Joseph, York av n of Madison st 
White Thomas, shoemaker, Chamberlain al 
White John, e side Paca st n of Marion 
White Wm. locksmith, w side Paca st n of Lexington 
White J. T. shoemaker, Douglass st e of Potter 
Whit^ Sarah, grocer, n w cor High and Pitt sts 
White Joseph & Son, machinists and iron founders, Cove sts of 

Baltimore st. Joseph W. dw adjoining 
White Thomas, firm ditto, dw Columbia st opp Chemical works 
White Charles W. carpenter, Lombard st w of Amity 
White Charles B. firm Sloan & White, dw Eutaw st s of Pratt 
White James S. cor Eutaw and Lombard sts 
White Samuel, painter, Camden st near Howard, dw Paca st e 

of Warner 
White & Rigby, carpenters, Conway st e of Howard 
White J- bo^t builder, w end Philpot st. dw Thames st e of Ann 
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White Joseph, distiller, w side Gay st s of Baltimore, distillery 

Holliday st n of Bath 
White J. B. cooper, 55 s Frederick st 
White & Williams, com. mts. s end Smith's wharf 
White Miles, dvv n Caroline st 
White Thomas P. d\v Saratoga st 
White Jesse, 57 Camden st 
White James S. bonnet store, 27i w Pratt st 
White James S. boarding house, s e cor Lombard & Eutaw sts- 
White A. A. Exchange place s side e of Commerce st 
White D. ladies' shoemaker, n side Lombard st e of Charles 
Whiteford James & Co. flour and com. mts. 2 Spear's wharf 
Whitefbrd James, firm ditto, dw Aisquith st n of Madison 
Whiteford Joshua, miller, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Whitefbrd David, wholesale grocer, 273 Baltimore st. dw cor 

Eutaw and Lombard sis 
Whiteford James, feed store, Aisquith st n of Madison 
Whitel()rd William, grocery St feed store, s side Ensor st betw 

Mott and Forest sts 
Whitehand Robert, Gay st opp the Exchange 
Whiteley A. auctioneer and com. mt. 44 s Charles st 
Whitelock Charles, plaisterer, Mulberry st 3 doors w of Eutaw 
Whitelock John, grocer, cor Jefferson and Short sts 
Whitelock ElizalDeth, Lombard st e of Exeter 
Whitemore Mary, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Whiten Michael, e side Spring st s of Wilk 
Whiting mrs Unity, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Whitman Whitfield, proprietor of "Eagle Hotel" w Pratt st 

betw Light and Charles sts opp Railroad depot, see ad- 

vertisement, page 20 
Whitmarsh Geo. shoe store, 70 Lexington st. dw 198 Howard 

st — see advt. page 24 
Whitmarsh John, 198 n Howard st 
Whitney Daniel, Saratoga st e of Jasper 
Whitney Daniel, jr. w side Paca st n of Fayette 
Whitney Richard, paper hanger, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Whitridge Thomas & Co. com. mts. 12 and 13 Bowley's wharf 
Whitridge Dr. John, Gay st s of Saratoga 
Whitson Wm. E. wheelwright, cor Columbia and Paca sts. dw 

Paca st w of the bend 
Whitson David, constable, Paca st w of the bend 
Whittemore J. tavern keeper, Louisiana st opp Lexington rakt. 
Whittemore Caleb, feed store, cor Paca and Saratoga sts. dw 

Cove st extended 
Whitten Wm. weaver, Saratoga st w of Sciiroeder 
Whitten capt George, Wilk st w of Bond 
Whittingham , Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Md. dw 

Courtland st n of Mulberry 
Whittington John, firm Kirby & W. dw Lee st e of Sharp 
Whittington Samuel H. com. mt. 9 Dugan's wharf, dw Eden 

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Whittle mrs. H. Franklin st e of Paca 

Whitworth Riciiard, constable, Mulberry st w of Cove 

Whitworth Charles, engineer, 8 Mulberry court, e of Rock st 

s of Saratoga 
Whitworth Richard, Rock st n of Lexington 
Wible Martin, blacksmith, cor Concord and Hawk sts. dw Ca- 
nal st n of Short alley 
Wick Henry, grocer, Union st near Ross 
Wicks Henry, baker, Humes st near Exeter 
Wickes J. blacksmith and wheelwright, n side Gay st '2 doors w 

of Forest, dw Jefferson st 
Wickes John, wheelwright and blacksmith, cor Pratt st and e 

Falls av. dw Lombard st cor Albemarle 
Wickens Wm. labourer, High st n of Granby 
Wickers John, blacksmith, Abraham st near Britton 
Wickersham Wm. trunk man. and grocer, Bank st cor Spring 
Wickhaser John, carpenter. Black al w of Union st s of Ross 
Wicklyon Charles, cooper, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Widerman Samuel, cooper, Rock st n of Lexington 
Widerman Thomas, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Widerman Thomas, cooper, Baltimore st w of Amity 
Widerman John, turner. Eager st 

Widmar John A. carpet weaver, cor Montgomery and Light sts 
Widney Eliza, seamstress, Beuren st n of French 
Widow's asylum, (or Widow's row) of Methodist Ep. church, 

Lombard st e of Paca 
Wiegel H. cabinet maker, 19 e Water st 
Wiegelman Henry, box maker, Eutaw st. dw Howard st near 

Spring Gardens 
Wier John R. York av n of Monument st 
Wier Robert, ship chandler^ Thames stopp Caroline 
Wierman Wra. miller, w side Commerce st opp Cable 
Wigant Frederick, tailor, Lexington st e of Greene 
Wigart Andrew, Richmond st w of Cathedral 
Wigart Andrew, carter, Tyson al near Cathedral st 
Wigart Henry, city com. and port warden, dw German st w of 
Wigart George, 125 n Eutaw st [Greene 

Wigart David, tailor, 127 Eutaw st 
Wiggia Reuben, shoemaker. Perry st e of L Paca 
Wiggin John, ship carpenter, 42 Albemarle st 
Wight William J. cor Charles and Barre sts 
Wihte Jacob, baker, Monument st e of Spring 
Wights Thomas, shoemaker, n side French st w of Forest 
Wightman Wm. H. scale maker, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Wigman H. lot'y and exch. off. and pub. "Baltimore counterfeit 

- detector & Bank note list,'* 5 n Calvert st 
Wilbe Wm. teacher, cor Cove and Mulberry sts 
Wilbur Otis, millwright, Henrietta st e of Hanover 
Wilbur S. J. slater, 303 w Baltimore st e of Greene, slate yard 

w side Fails av s of Pratt st 
Wilcox Daniel, watchman, Holland st w of Canal 



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Wilcox John J. Monument st e of Caroline 

Wilcox Henry, police officer, Aisquith st n of Douglass 

Wilcox Peter, butcher, Harford av n of Ensor st 

Wilcox Wm. L. shoemaker, n side Gay st e of the bridge 

Wilcox T. S. shoemaker, n side Gay st w of Exeter 

Wild Frederick, labourer, Schroeder st n of Lexington 

Wild J. T. grocer, Saratoga st 2 doors w of Cove 

Wild J. Philip, confectioner, Franklin st e of Paca 

Wilde James, carpenter, Hollins st w of Schroeder 

Wilde J. W. F. s w cor Howard and Pratt sts 

Wilder Levi, teacher, Fayette st n side e of Greene 

Wilder James S. com. mt. 91 Bowly's wharf 

Wildermood Adam, grocer, cor Mulberry and State sts 

Wildey Thos. porter and oyster cellar, s w cor Gay & Front sts 

Wile Marcus, pedlar. Fleet st le of Bond 

Wiley Wm. Saratoga st e of Cove 

Wiley James, s w cor Market space and Lombard st 

Wiley James, pilot, Fell st s of Thames 

Wiley Alexander, ropemaker, Joppa ><J roads, opp rope walk 

Wiley Wm. tailor, e side Argyle al n of Alice Anna st 

Wiley capt Alexander, w side Caroline st n of Gough 

Wilhelra Jacob H. tinner, Biddle st near George 

Wilhelm Wallace, tavern, n side Fishmarket space 

Wilhelm Geo. W. lumber mt. Monument st w of Ensor, do do 

e of Ensor 
Wilhelm Charles, butcher, Sterling st n of Madison 
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ns mrs Wm. 75 n Charles st 

ns Joseph, Franklin st w of Cathedral 

ns Isaac, fireman on rail road car, Poppleton st s of Fayette 

ns & Wonn, dry goods mts. 193 Baltimore st 

ns capt Wm. N. Eden st e side s of Pratt 

ns Bartus, saddler and harness maker, 48 South st 

nson James T. grocer, cor Monument and Ensor sts 

nson Robert, hatter, 62 C Market space 

nson mrs Sarah, boarding house, Pitt st vv of Exeter 

nson James, teacher, Aisquith st n of McElderry 

nson Thomas, iron moulder, Harford av n of Aisquith st 

nson J n side Hillen st 2d door w of East st 

nson James, Gay st s of Canal 

nson Jos. saddle & harness maker, Hamburg st w of Light 

nson E. H. ship carpenter, dw Wolf st n of Lancaster 

nson James, tavern, 10 n Frederick st 

son Wm. B. tarpaulin hat man. Mullikin st e of Fairmount 

Wilks James, jr. hardware imp. 19 n Howard st 

Will Wra. C. gun and locksmith, and hardware dealer, 5 Har- 
rison st 

Willan George, tailor. Forest st s of Orleans 

Willard Julius, Charles st n of Sugar alley 

Wiilard Simon, edge tool man. cor Stiles and President sts, dw 
President st s of Pratt 



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Willard Daniel, last maker, 46 Light st wiiarf 

Willard Mrs. e side Light st 3d door s of Armistead lane 

Wille Chas. & Dickey, imp. German fancy goods, 7 Hanover St 

Wille Charles, firm ditto, dw 80 Saratoga st 

Willenbecher D. shoemaker, Lombard st 3 doors e of Charles 

Wilier Mrs. mantua maker, 100 n Howard st 

Willeshauser John, cordwainer, Alice Anna st e of Bond 

Willet Henry, Lombard st w of Caroline 

Willey Zebulon, seaman, Armistead lane w of William st 

Willey Richard, steamboat hand, Silver st w of Eden 

Willey Joseph, hardware store, 7J Franklin st w of State 

Willey Wm. s side Comet st cor Aisqulth 

Williams Nathaniel, atty. and counsellor at law, Monument Sq. 

n vv cor Calvert and Lexington sts. opp the Court house 
Williams Joseph B. atty. do do do 

Williams Richard, firm Burke & Williams, bricklayer, dw 64 w 

Lexington st 
Williams Edward, Lexington st betw Rock and Cove 
WilHams Geo. H. atty at law, 15 Lexington st e of Charles 
Williams Jacob S. brush maker, Collins's court rear of Saratoga 

st w of Cove 
Williams Thomas B. mt, dw Saratoga st w of Sharp 
Williams H. H. mt. Commerce st. dw Saratoga st w of Charles 
Williams George, mt. Bowly's wharf, dw 33 n Gay st 
Williams John M. botanic physician, 53 Harrison st 
Williams mrs Susan F. St Paul vSt n of Mulberry 
Williams mrs Catharine, St Paul st s of Centre 
Williams Nathaniel F. collector of the port of Baltimore, dw 
' 79 n Charles st. ofl&ce Custom house s end Ex. buildings 
Williams David, stone mason, Howard st near Richmond mkt. 
Williams Wm. shoemaker, Chestnut al w of Pearl st 
Williams Wm. labourer, Pierce st e of Cove 
Williams Thomas, shoe store, 85 Baltimore st 
Williams Lewis, bricklayer, Lerew's al n of Monument st 
Williams miss Mary, Park st n of Pleasant 
Williams miss Mary, L Hampstead st w of Strawberry al 
Williams George, clerk, Mullikin st e of Caroline 
Williams Wm. shoemaker, Mullikin st w of Strawberry al 
Williams mrs Sarah, Aisqiiith st s of Chew 
Williams mrs Cordelia, Lewis st n of Orleans 
Williams W. J. Thomsonian physician, s e cor Front and Hil- 

len sts— see advt. in front, page l4 
Williams George, w side Gay st n of Madison 
Williams Michael, tailor, se cor Forest st and Hull's lane 
Williams Nancy, huckster, w side East st n of Douglass 
Williams Thomas, Potter st n of Douglass 
Williams David, mahogany sawyer, w side Potter st n of Pitt 
Williams & Houlton, grocers, s e c«r Exeter and Hillen sts 
Williams Samuel, firm ditto, dw Gay st bet Exeter & Potter sts 
Williams Owen, cooper, Bottle al e of Cove st 
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Williams Henry B. machinist, 26 s Liberty st n of Lombard, dw 

Pratt St w of Greene 
Williams Peter, coachmaker, Conway st w of Eutaw 
Williams James, carpenter, Conway st e of Eutaw 
Williams mrs Rhoda, York st w of Light 
Williams Wm. carpenter, firm Smith & Williams, dw Hill st w 
Williams Wm. fisher, Hughes st w of Plaister mill [of Hanover 
Williams Thomas, shoemaker. Sugar alley w of Light st 
Williams Henry, watchman, William st s of Giddings's row 
Williams Curtis, shoemaker, Johnson st s of Cross 
Williams John, mariner, Alice Anna st w of Caroline 
Williams capt Thomas, 5 Alice Anna st 
Williams Ann M. laundress, Alice Anna st e of Ann 
Williams John W. carpenter, Fleet st w of Wolfe 
Williams John, labourer, Wilk st e of High 
Williams Thomas, grocer, cor Wilk and Albemarle sts 
Williams capt Wm. Bank st w of Bond 
Williams Jacob, coach trimmer. Stiles st w of Gough 
Williams Rev. Stephen, Stiles st e of High 
Wilhams Daniel, mariner, Granby st w of Canal 
Williams Thos. S. grocer, cor Lombard and Exeter sts 
Williams Catharine, s side Salisbury st e of Exeter 
Williams Chas. paper hanger, Salisbury st e of Exeter 
Williams Levi, justice of peace, 16 e Baltimore st. dw e Balti- 
more st w of Spring 
Williams Wm. H. cabinet maker, Happy alley s of Gough st 
Williams Joseph, huckster, e side Bond st n of Lombard 
Williams Jacob, labourer. Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 
Williams Elizabeth, laundress, cor Canal and Salisbury sts 
Williams & Mullin, tavern keepers, s side Fish market space w 

of Concord st 
Williams John, tavern keeper, 5 Fish market space 
Williams Bennet, Concord st s of Fish market 
Williams S. grocer, Hillen st. dw Gay st near Exeter 
Williams Geo. com. mt. over 15 Bowly's wharf, dw n Calvert st 
Williams N. T. com. mt. 14 Bowly's wharf 
Williams J. & J. & Co. cab. mak. and mahog. dealers, 68 South 
Williams James, of firm, dw 129 Hanover st 
Wilhams Abner, stove dealer, &c. n e cor Light and Pratt sts. 

dw Camden st e of Hanover 
Williams James R. & Son, dyers, s Charles st 
Williams Peter, coachmaker, 66 s Howard st 
Wilhams Wm. & Maurice, chair man. 10 Pratt st w of Concord 
Williams mrs E. milliner, n side Second st vv of Market space 
Williamson Geo. attorney at law, cor Fayette and St Paul sts 
Williamson Angus, coachmaker, 8 Barnet st 
Williamson James, labourer, Pitt st w ol Canal 
Williamson John, carpenter, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 
Williamson James P. apothecary, cor Gay and High sts 
Williamson Isaac, prop. Maypole tavern, cor Paca and German 
Williamson Mary, Market st n of Fleet 



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Williamson C. A. dry goods com. mt. 12 s Charles st. dw 62 n 

Charles 
Williar Andrew, currier, Lexington st e of Paca, dw Pearl st 

cor Peach alley 
Williard Henry, Saratoga st w of Poppletou 
Williard Daniel, shoemaker, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Williek G. A. North st near Saratoga 

Willig Geo. jr. music store, 137 Baltimore st. dw s side Lexing- 
ton st 1 door e of rJharles "^ 
Willigman Chas. w side Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Willing Mary, boarding house, e side Ffont st n of Pitt 
Willis Salisbury, grocer, cor Pitt and Caroline sts 
Willis Thos. carpenter, Fayette st. dw Eutaw near Madison 
Willis John T. carpenter, Thomsen st opp Short 
Willis Geo. fisher, Cross st w of Johnson 
Willis Cornelius L. ship joiner, Pratt st w of Market 
Willis capt Henry, w side Ann st n of Fleet 
Willis Martin A. sailmaker, w side Bond st n of Pratt 
Wills Jacob, carter, Bank st e of Eden 
Wills Thos. McHenry alley e of Poppleton st 
Wills Thos. B. tinner, e Baltimore st w of Spring, dw Beuren 

n of French 
Wills Walton, hatter, cor Frederick st and Etna lane 
Willson James, cor Tyson and Richmond sts 
Willson Thos. tinner, Beuren st near Liberty alley 
Willson mrs Ann, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 
Wilmer James C carpenter, Monument st w of Eden 
Wilmer John W. com. mt. 7 Bowly's wharf, up stairs, dw Han- 
over st n of Barre 
Wilson Thomas, labourer, w side Canal st n of Wilk 
Wilson Peregrine T. constable, e side Exeter st s of Granby 
Wilson Samuel, grocer, cor Shakspeare and Market sis. dw cor 

Lancaster and Market 
Wilson John, tinner, cor Louisiana and Jasper sts 
Wilson Ann, tavern, Wilk st w of Spring 

Wilson dw Lexington st betw Pine and Cove 

Wilson Jane, seamstress, cor Alice Anna and Wolfe sts 

Wilson Henry, tailor, 7 Lexington st e of Eutaw 

Wilson & Marshall, shoe store, cor Pratt and President sts. dw 

Pratt w of President 
Wilson Mrs. dry goods store, cor Pratt and President sts 
Wilson mrs Haimah, 22 w Saratoga st 
Wilson Wm. dw Saratoga st e of Pine 
Wilson James B. Saratoga st e of Howard 
Wilson Wm. wood dealer, Canton e of Harris's creek 
Wilson mrs Mary L. milliner and straw bonnet maker, 26 n Gay 
Wilson Wm. & Sons, merchants, 105 Baltimore st 
Wilson James, of firm, dw cor Holliday st and Orange alley 
Wilson Thomas, of firm, dw Lexington st 3 doors w of St" Paul 
Wilson David S. of firm, dw Lexington st 1 door w of St Paul 
Wilson & Lutz, sign, ornamental and house painters, 6 North st 



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Wilson Edward, firm Wilson & Lutz, Madison st betw Briton 
arid Ensor 

Wilson Thos. & Co. shipping and com. mts. 48 s Gay st 

Wilson T. Calvert st n of Lexington 

Wilson G. B. dw 29 St Paul st 

Wilson mrs Eliza, Howard st opp Richmond market 

Wilson James, cor Ross and Howard sts 

Wilson D. Fleet st. Canton 

Wilson Wm. currier, Paca st s of Dover 

Wilson Wm. carpenter, Perry st e of Howard 

Wilson John T. wood corder, Barre st e of Howard 

Wilson Wm. market dealer, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Wilson Wm. flour mt. cor Franklin st and John alley, dw Sara- 
toga st near Pine 

Wilson & Herr, grocers and com. mts. 71 and 73 Bowly's wharf 

Wilson Joseph, of firm, dw cor Baltimore and Exeter sts 

Wilson Joseph E. grocer, cor Tyson and Richmond sts 

Wilson James, cor Tyson and Richmond sts 

Wilson mrs Sarah, Mince allej* betw Caroline and Spring sts 

Wilson James, watchman, Montgomery st w of Light 

Wilson Henry, weaver, Preston st near Ross 

Wilson Rdbert, labourer, Bath st e of Davis 

Wilson Isaac, clerk steamboat Georgia, Granby st e of Gough 

Wilson Wm. w side Happy alley s of Bank st 

Wilson Saml. miller, 16 McElderry's wharf, dw 40 Front st 

Wilson mrs Ann, e side Ann st n of Lancaster 

Wilson John & Sons, grocers, 6 Baltimore st 

Wilson J. M. book keeper. Lovely lane 3 doors e of Calvert st 

Wilson mrs Elizabeth, Orleans st e of Forest 

Wilson George, beef butcher, w side Light sts of Gittings's row 

Wilson Thomas, tinner, e side Beuren st n of Liberty alley 

Wilson mrs Elvira, Orleans st w of Young 

Wilson G. B. & Co. mts w side Charles st opp Depot 

Wilson Luther, firm G. B. Wilson & Co. Pearl n of Lexington 

Wilson Saml. 47 Market st 

Wilson mrs Wm, 22 Hanover st 

Wilson James H. collector, Pitt st wof Aisquith 

Wilson Wm. Aisquith st n of McElderry 

Wilson Thomas, clothier, 6 Pratt st and cor Pratt and South sts. 
dw Gay st w of High 

Wilson Ann, 31 German st 

Wilson Henry, bricklayer. Spring gardens, dw Aisquith st s of 
Chew 

Wilson R©bt. deputy sheriff, Aisquith st n of Monument 

Wilson mrs Nixon, trunk factory, 19 w Pratt st 

Wilson Joseph, bricklayer. Strawberry alley s of Orleans st 

Wilson Nancy, seamstress, York avenue n of Monument st 

Wilson John W. grocery, flour and feed store, York avenue a 
of Madison st 

Wilson Joseph, tailor, York avenue n of Madison st 



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Wilson Ann, fish dealer, York avenue n of Madison st 

Wilson R. Y. firm Wiley & Wilson, Exchange place, dw corner 

Eutaw and Marion sts 
Wilson Charles, 47 n Eutaw st 

Wilson John J. plaisterer, w side Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Wilson M. J. milliner, 46 n Eutaw s( 
Wilson James J. watchman, 46 n Eutaw st 
Wilson James, baker, Jasper st near Lexinojton 
Wilson Thomas, dry goods dealer, s side Gay st w ofHigh 
Wilson Robert, cooper, York st e of Light, dw York w of Light 
Wilson Wm. Thomsen st w of Short 
Wilson J. baker. East st n of Pitt 
Wilson Thomas C. e side Potter st n of Gay 
Wilson Charlotte, w side Potter st s of Gay 
Wilson Jocihua, carpenter, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Wilson Priscilla, seamstress, w side Exeter st n of Baltimore 
Wilson Elizabeth, dress maker, s e cor High and French sts 
Wilson James S. iron founder, Hollins st e of Poppletori 
Wilson Samuel, painter, Hollins st e of Poppleton 
Wilson Joseph G. moulder, cor Hollins and Schroeder sts 
Wilson Solomon, seaman, cor Hollins and Schroeder sts 
Wilson Rev. Norval, Greene st n of German 
Wilson Henry, filer and turner, cor Hollins and Schroeder sts 

Wilson carpenter, Lombard st e of Schroeder 

Wilson capt Francis, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 

Wilson Robert, saddler, Pratt st w of Eutaw 

Wilson Joseph S. tohacco inspector, Charles st s of Barre 

Wilson J. G. & Brother, iron founders, Pratt st e of Paca 

Wilson J. S. of firm, dw Hollins st w of Cove 

Wilson Joseph G. of firm, dw Pratt st e of Paca 

Wilson B. H. 86 s Sharp st 

Wilson J. W. carpenter, 143 German st. dw 139 s Paca 

Wilson Charles, cor Eutaw st and Cider alley 

Wilson mrs Eleanor, Paca st w of L Greene 

Wilt Jacob, whip maker, Frederick road e of the run 

Wilt Jacob, carpenter, Dover st e of Eutaw 

Wimmel Geo. S. bailiflf Baltimore city court, dws side Baltimore 

stw of Spring [st 

Wimpset (or Wimpsett) R. W. painter, Burgundy al e of Warner 
Winans Ross, iron founder & locomotive engine builder, McHen- 

ry alley e of Poppleton st. dw n side Fayette w of Pine 
Winchelman Frederick,' well digger, Conway st w of L Greene 
Winchester O. F. stock manufacturer, 162* Baltimore st. dw 2 

Lexington st w of Liberty 
Winchester mrs Maria, St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Winchester Samuel, lottery and exchange ofl&ce, 94 Baltimore 

St. dw 64 n Charles 
Winchester Wm. of Water Co. dw 80 n Charles st 
Winchester Alexander, exchange office, cor North and Bait, sts 
Winchester S. C, clerk, Hanover st n of Montgomery 



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Winchester Deborah, Stiles st w of Gougli 

Winchester Benjamin F. book keeper, Granby st w of Canal 

Windsor mrs Rebecca, Frankhn st w of Park 

Wing Miss, principal of Select school for young ladies, rear of 

Lutheran church, Lexington st e of Howard 
Wingate John H. ladies' shoemaker, 122 Hanover st 
Wingate capt Thomas, Ann st n of Fleet 
Winingder Mary, meal seller, AHce Anna st w of Market 
Winkelman Henry, box maker, Ills Howard st 
Winkelman J. E. box maker, n side German st w of Howard, 

dw Cider alley w of Howard st 
Winlkeman John, baker, Block st w of Wills 
Winkler mrs Jane, seamstress. Put st w Front 
Winingder Lewis, butcher, Philadelphia road near city limits 
Winn Wm. & Co. grocers, Franklin st w of Paca 
Winn mrs Susan, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Winn Elisha, hatter, cor Aisquith and Orleans sts 

Winneberger gilder, 36 n Gay st 

Winsborough M. G. confectioner, 39 n Howard st 

Winslow John, agent and collector, 5 Market st County wharf 

Winsor Jesse, carpenter, e side B(»nd st n of Pratt 

Winter Mary, 9T Saratoga st e of Jasper 

Winter Samuel, carpenter, cor Hanover and Montgomery sts 

Winter Francis, cabinet maker, n e cor Mercer and Grant sts 

Winterbottora Thomas, labourer, Apple alley s of Batimore st 

Winters George, tailor, Camden st e of Sharp 

Wintkle Washington, gunsmith, Marion st e of Eutaw 

Wirgman & Levering, commission merchants, 67 Smith's wharf 

Wirt John, cooper, Burgundy alley w of L Sharp^st 

Wirt George, Leest e of Charles 

Wirts George, carpet weaver, 38 Camden st 

Wise John J. & Brother, piano forte makers, 132 Baltimore st 

Wise John J. of firm, dw Light st s of Meth. meeting house 

Wise Mckle T. of firm, dw 10 St Paul st 

Wise Elizabeth, e side Grant st n of Lombard 

Wise John, ship joiner. Strawberry alley e of Jefferson st 

Wise George, blacksmith, e side Constitution st e of Falls 

Wise Mrs. yeast cake maker, e side Constitution st s of Falls 

Wise Anthony, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 

Wise John, blacksmith, Schroeder st s of Baltimore 

Wise Lewis, butcher, Pratt st e of Cove 

Wiseman Henry, shoemaker, Hariord avenue near rope walk 

Wiseman mrs Frances, cor St Paul and Hamilton sts 

Wiseman & Ross, plane makers, 56 Light st w side near Pratt 

Wiseman mrs Elizabeth, Richmond st e of Tyson 

Wiseman C apothecary and chemist. Bait, st betw Pine & Cove 

Wisong Wm. cor Pearl and Raborg sts 

Witherstine John, tanner, Neighbour st betw York & Harford av 

Withington & Eastman, commission merchants, 85 Bowly's whf 

Withington H. dw s w cor Dover and Sharp sts 

Witkind Thomas, butcher, Monument st w of Eden 



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Witmer John, flour inspector, e side Eutaw st n of Franklin 

Witters James, Canal st s of Goufrh 

Wittig C. merchant tailor, e side Liberty st s of German 

Witts Philip, shoemaker, Caroline st s of Jefferson 

Wodder Henry, grocer, Eutaw st s of Dover 

Wode Lewis, shoemaker, n side German st 5 doors e of Eutaw 

Wodhe Charles, shoemaker, 8 Light st 

Woelper Benj. block and pump maker, Gough st w of Caroline 

Woldman & Baseler, segar makers, Hillen st w of Potter 

Wolf Henry, shoemaker, s side Lombard st 3 doors w of Charles 

Wolf Wm. H. tinner, cor Gough and Canal sts 

Wolf Elbert, carpenter, Swan st. dw Lombard betw Bondst and 

Apple alley 
Wolf John, butcher, e side Ensor st n of Madison 
Wolf John, labourer, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Wolf Henry, butcher, Columbia st e of Scott 
Wolf Marcus, butcher, Harford avenue n of Ensor st 
Wolf John, baker, n side Gay st e of BVont 
Wolf rars Mary Ann, e side Canal st s of Gough 
Wolf Samuel, fancy store, Camden st near Hanover 
Wolfe Alcseus B. attorney at law, Fayette st between Calvert and 

St Paul, dw Mulberry 1 door w of Jasper 
Wolfe De Benjamin, clothing store, 11 Harrison si. dw Harrison 

near Gay 
Wolfe Daniel, carpenter, dw Franklin st e of Cove 
Wolfe Henry, stocking weaver, Union st near Ross 
Wolfe John H. saddler. Monument st e of Constitution 
Wolfe John, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Wolfe T. Jefferson, pump maker, cor Saratoga and State sts. dw 

w side Slate n of Franklin 
Wolfinganhy Augustus, tailor, Jasper st near Lexington 
Wolfrom John, labourer, 19 Thames st 
Wolfrom Casper, shoemaker. Bank st e of Eden 
Wollett George, labourer. Rock st n of Lexington 
Wollet John P. livery stables, cor Pitt and Temple sts 
Wond John, tailor. Wagon alley w of Howard st 
Wonderly Wm. S. crockery store, s side Gay st e of Front 
Wongel JBlacius, tavern. Bond st s of Fleet 
WonhofF Philip, butcher, Preston st near Penn. avenue 
Wonn James, firm Wilkins & Wonn, dw 53 s Charles st 
Wood Robert, miller, e side York avenue n of Monument st 
Wood John, shoemaker, 34 n Eutaw st 
Wood Priscilla, dress maker, Penn. avenue near St Mary's st 
Wood Wm. n side Ensor st e of Forest 

Wood Nicholas L. brickmaker &. collector, Greene near Lombard 
Wood J. F. chairmaker, Charles s st of Perry, dw Charles n of 
Wood Augustus P. mariner, Philpot st w of Wills [Hill 

Wood Oliver, grocer, cor Market and Lancaster sts 
Wood Zachariah, carter, w side Light st s of West 
Wood Levin, shoemaker, n side Gay st e of Mott 



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Wood Samuel, of Jas. com. mt. 7 Light st wharf 

Woodall John V. constable, Lexington st n of Greene 

Woodall Wm. pump maker, Constitution st near French 

Woodburn capt John, cor Alice Anna and Ann sts 

Wooddy Wm. book and job printer, cor Baltimore and South sts. 

dw 105 w Pratt 
Wooden Mrs. Pitt st w of Canal 
.Wooden Samuel, huckster, Low st w of Potter 
Woodlin Shadrach, carter, Washington road near Columbia st 
Woodman John, carpenter, Conway st w of Sharp 
Woods Luther, carpenter, Lexington st w of Cove 
Woods Mrs. boarding house, Marion st e of Eutaw 
Woods & Crane, book and job printers, 1 n Charles st up stairs 
Woods John Wesley, of firm, dw 31 Lexington st w of Park 
Woods Patrick, carter, cor Cove and Mulberry sts 
Woods John, turner, cor L Hampstead and Spring sts 
Woods Joshua, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Eden 
Woods miss Charlotte, Harford avenue n of Monument st 
Woods R. G. n side Ensor st e of Potter 
Woods Peter, soap boiler, e of Ensor st n of Madison 
Woods Margaret, washer, e side Exeter st s of Hillen 
Woods mrs Harriet, 10 VVayne st w of Howard 
Woods Joshua, brickmaker, West st w of Light 
Woods John, soap boiler, Slemmer alley s of Stiles st 
Woods William, collector and agent, 102 w Pratt st 
Woodside Wm. clerk R. Road office, Light st. dw Conway st w 

of Hanover 
Woodville Wm. stock and com. agent, Gay st opposite the Ex- 
change, dw Mulberry st e of Charles 
Woodward Wm. W. lumber mt. 31 New Church st 
Woodward Nicholas R. prop. Post office livery stables, and car- 
riage repository, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Woodward Thos. shoemaker, Eutaw court opp Eutaw church 
Woodward Wm. firm Jones, Woodward & Co. dw Eutaw st s 

of Mulberry 
Woodward Susan, dress maker, s side Hillen st w of Exeter 
Woody mrs Mary, music teacher, w side Canal st n ofSalisbury 
Woolery Nimrod, tavern keeper, Saratoga st e of Howard 
Woolfolk Austin, Pratt st w of Cove 
Woollen James, cooper, 14 Mulberry st e of Lerew's alley 
Woollen R. & Son, coopers. Commerce st s of Pratt 
Woollen R. of firm, dw 19 n Exeter st 
Woollen Thomas, of firm, dw Exeter st n of Lombard 
Woollen Leonard R. firm Woollen & Bottimore, dw Paca st S 

doors e of L Greene 
Woollen mrs Elizabeth, milliner, Columbia st w of Cove 
Woollen Wm. shoemaker, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Woollen Wm. custom house boatman, Bank st e of Eden 
Woolley Nimrod, Mulberry st 2 doors w of Park 
Woolley Joseph, car driver, Carpenter's alley w of Eutaw st 
Wooten mrs Jane, seamstress, Montgomery st e of Hanover 



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Working Frederick, painter, basement Saratoga st w of Farkj 

dw Madison st s of Euiaw 
Workman John, carpenter. Canal st s of Gay 
Worman John, carter, Market st n of Fleet 
Worns Bernard, shoemaker, cor Marion and Park sts 
Worshell mrs JuHa, Union st near Ross 
Worthington Chas. miller, & agent for Wash'n, Georgetown & 

Alex. Steamboats, s end Commerce st. dw Hanover 
Worthington Hon. Wm. G. D. assoc. judge of Bait, city court, 

chambers at Bait, and Susq. Hotel, intersection Howard 

and Saratoga sts 
Worthington John, bricklayer, Harford avenue n of Ensor st 
Worthington Edward, attorney at law, Fayette st adj. Barnum's 
Worthington George Y. miller, s end Commerce st. dw Fawn 

w of Exeter 
Worthington Abm. farmer. Deal's lane, Belle Air road 
Wortraan Charles, ship carpenter, opp Hamburg st Fed. hill, s e 

of the Telegraph 
Wren Christopher, 77 Fleet st 

Wrickson Robt. S. teacher, e side Exeter st s of French 
Wright Dr. Thos. 71 w Fayette st 
Wright Sylvester, shoemaker, cor Raborg and Cove sts 
Wright Wm. 75 Harrison st 

Wright Thomas, shoemaker, Eutaw court opp Eutaw church 
Wright mrs Mary, Eutaw court opp Eutaw church 
Wright George, plane maker, cor Calvert and Franklin sts, dw 

Cove s of Franklin 
Wright B. C. dry goods merchant, 77 Baltimore st 
Wright Joel, bookbinder, over 245 Baltimore st. dw Conway w 

of L Paca 
Wright John R. anctioneer and com. mt. over n e cor Charles 

and Baltimore sts. dw 2 Centre market space 
Wright & Howard, hatters, 158 Baltimore st 
Wright Lorenzo, shoemaker, Cross st e of Light 
Wright James C. wood dealer, Phiipot st e of Wilis 
Wright Charlotte, Lombard st w of Canal 
Wright Joel, firm Wright & Howard, Conway st w of L Paca 
Wright John, Pearl st n of Pierce 
Wright Thomas, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Bond 
Wright Edward, preparer of oysters for exp. Hill st w of Light 
Wright James, shoemaker, cor Orleans and Bond sts 
Wright Adam, labourer, Wilk st e of High 
Wright mrs Jane, Orleans st e of Lewis 
Wright Lorenzo D. shoemaker, Orleans st w of Caroline 
Wright Robert, bleacher, Pitt st w of Eden 
Wright Luther, carpenter, Aisquith st s of Low 
Wright Wm. watchman, Canal st n of Jefferson 
Wright James, shoemaker, Eden st n of Monument 
Wright L'oyd, shoemaker, Eden st n of Silver 
Wright James, flour and feed store, s e cor Hillen and East sts 
Wright John, w side Pearl st 1 door s of Franklin 
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WRI 410 YEA 

Wright mrs Susan, e side Eulavv st 3 doors n of Saratoga 

Wright mrs Aan, s side Low st e of Front 

Wright Wm. s side Sterling st e oC Mott 

Wright Almon^ slone cutter, cor Pratt and Penn sts. dw Pratt 

w of Penn 
Wright Chas. shoemaker, House's court, s of Conway w of Chas. 
Wright Wm. ship carpenter, York si e of Charles 
Wright Martha, w side Carohne st n of Bank 
Wright Wm. engineer, York st e of Light 
Wright Wm. C. e side Bond st s of Gough 
Wrightson John B. ship carpenter, Washington st n of Fleet 
Wroten David, shipwright, Bank st w of Argle alley 
Wyant Nicholas, tavern, Pratt st w of Greene 
Wyatt Wm. E. D. D. pastor St Paul's church, Saratoga st opp 

n end Liberty st 
Wyeth & Norris, silk merchants, 173i Baltimore st 
Wyeth Charles, of firm, dw Calvert st s of Pleasant 
Wylie & Wilson, grocers and com mts. s side Exchange place 
Wyman W. & S. commission merchants, 214 Baltimore st 
Wyman Wm. S. of firm, dw Lombard st wof Paca 
Wyman S. G. of firm, dw Pleasant st 2 doors e of Charles 
Wyman John, North st adjoining Bait, and Susq. R. R. office 
Wyman Edward, sexton of Universalist church, Bank lane near 

Aisquith st 
Wyman, Appleton & Co. dry goods mts. 9 and 11 Hanover st 
Wyman mrs E. fashionable dress maker, and teacher of shell 

work, 26 n Gay st 
Wynn Christopher, clock and watchmaker, 52 w Pratt st 
Wyroug John, shoemaker. Liberty st n of Cowpen alley 
Wysham E. C. flour and provision mt. 285 Baltimore st. dw 

Fayette vvofEutaw 
Wysham John, shoemaker, Franklin st \v of Cove 
Wysham J. shoemaker, Cove st n of Pierce 
Wyvill M. D. merchant tailor, 166 Baltimore st 
Wyvill Edward, Conway st e of L Greene 

Yager Joseph, Park st n of Fayette 

Yam Wm. pilot, Wilk st e of Ann 

Yardiey Chas. F. dry goods merchant, 7 s Charles st. dw Cam- 
den e of Howard 

Yater Henry, shoemaker, Orleans st e of Strawberry alley 

Yates George, collector. Forest st n of Monument 

Yearley Nathaniel, cooper, 38 n Gay st 

Yearley Alex, property and commission agent, and collector, 10 
St Paul St. dw 77 Greene 

Yearley John, mariner, w side Bond st s of Gough 

Yearley Wm. R. cooper. Bottle al e of Cove st.dw Pratt w of Penn 

Yearly Ann, teacher, Gough st w of Bond 

Yeates Dr. John L. 46 n Frederick st 

Yeaies Catharine, tailoress, e side Front st n of Pitt 

Yeatman John, saddler, w side High st s of French 



YEL 411 YOU 



Yellman mrs M. milliner, 264 n Eutavv st 

Yeo Alex, painter, w side Bond st n of Gough 

Yent Jacob, labourer, L McE'.derry st w of Canal 

Yerkes mrs Eliza, Maiden lane w ol'Aisquith st 

Yerkes Rev. Stephen, principal classical dep. High School of Bait. 
d\v e side Exeter st n of Wiik 

Yeweli John, ship smith, n \v cor Light st wharf and Lee st. d\v 
Light betvv Hamhurrj and Cross 

Yost Nicholas, cooper, 34 Fell st 

Yost VVm. shoemaker, Dover si e of Greene 

Yoiice E. L. grocer, s e cor Saratoga and Eutaw sts. dvv e side 
State st n of Saratoga 

Youce John P. bailiff, at Esq Bush's office, dvv e side Exeter st 
s of French 

Youell Jolin, ship smith, e side Light st s of Hamburg 

Youndt mrs Sarah, Paca st w of L Greene 

Youndt Leonard, hatter, 67 McElderry's wharf 

Young Andrew, Raborg st e of Schroeder 

Young Charles, Harrison st near the bazaar 

Young Saml. land agency, Gay st opp Fayette 

Young mrs Louisa, 66 n Frederick st 

Young mrs C. E. stocking man. Holliday st near Baltimore 

Young- James, book and job printer, over cor Baltimore and Hol- 
liday sts. dw w side Eden st s of Cxough 

Young &, Jontz, grocers and produce mts. Franklin e of Greene 

Young J. W. of firm, dw Franklin st e of Greene 

Young Wm. G. tinner, Madison st w of Eutaw 

Young Jacob, Union st near Ross 

Young Geo. turner, Saratoga st. dw Garden near Madison 

Young John, wheelwright. Amity st s of Fayette 

Young John, carpenter. Pine st n of Chestnut alley 

Young Run alley n of Lexington st 

Young Wm. G, manufacturer of tin ware, and dealer in foreign 
goods, 267 Baltimore st. dw Ross st 

Young Martin, carpenter, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 

Young John, house carpenter, Orleans st e of Spring 

Young Thomas, Jefferson st e of Caroline 

Young mrs Mary, Monument st e of Britton 

Young Frederick, printer, cor Pitt and Eden sts 

Young George shoemaker, cor Pitt and Eden sts 

Young Wm. Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Young Henry, comb maker, Eden st s of Orleans 

Young Wm. labourer, York avenue n of Madison st 

Young John A. York avenue n of Madison st 

Young Peter F. Low st w of Exeter 

Young C. H. turner, s side Ensor st e of East 

Young Mary, e side Forest st s of Orleans 

Young Zeb. confectioner, 41 s High st 

Young Malinda, L Greene st n of Paca 

Young Ann, seamstress, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

Young Frederick, cor Wilk and Exeter sis 



YOU 412 ZIM 

Young Joshua A. ship carpenter, w Falls avenue, dw cor Wilk 

""and Exeter sts 
Young John St Son, carpenters, Pratt e of Commerce 
Young James L. of firm, dw Granby st e of High 
Young Rebecca, upholsterer, Lombard st e of High 
Young Walter S. mariner, Wolfe st s of Fleet 
Young Wm. J. mariner, w side Argyle alley s of Bank st 
Young Rebecca, e side Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Young Wm. jr. com. mt. 72 Bowly's wharf, dw 14 Albemarle st 
Y'oung Michael, labourer, s of Wilk st near President 
Younger Richard, Lexington st e of Cove 
Younger Daniel K. clerk. Fawn st w of President 
Younger Jesper, wheelwright, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Youngman John, wheelwright, Baltimore st e of Wandsbeck 
Youngs John B. fur blower, Bazaar, Harrison st. dw 140 Mon- 
ument st w of Aisquith 
Younker mrs Elizabeth, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Younker Albert, chair maker, n side Gay st w of Aisquith 
Youse Geo. carpenter. Neighbour st betw York and Harford av 
Yowson John, labourer, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 

ZaCHAERIE Wm. pilot. Bond st s of Gough 

Zachary Alex, pilot. Strawberry al n of Hampstead st 

Zailnhoier Geo. carpet weaver, s side Gay st e of Front 

Zane Peter, cooper, East st n of Pitt 

Zeigler Conradt, butcher, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 

Zeigelmaier L. shoemaker, e side Howard st n of Conway 

Zell mrs Mary Ann, variety store, 6 and 7 Baltimore Arcade, 

dw Pine st s of Mulberry 
Zell John, police officer, 15 Mercer st. dwHovvard n of Madison 
Zell mrs Margaret, 278 n Howard st 
Zell mrs Margaret, 290 n Howard st 
Zell Peter, grocer, Howard st near Franklin, dw Franklin st 

w of Paca 
Zepp David, grocer, 112 n Howard st. dw Paca st near Ross 
Zepp Henry, car driver, McHenry alley w of Poppleton st 
Zerkel Peter, tavern, Thames st w of Bond 
Zerwek Daniel, butcher, Montgomery st w of Charles 
Zicker Martin, butcher. Carpenter's alley e of Penn st 
Ziegenfelder C. T. cabinet maker, L Paca st n of Conway 
Ziegenfelder Beltzhasser C. tavern, 12 Thames st 
Ziegler Wm. boot and shoemaker, 279 n Howard st 
Ziegler W. shoemaker, Hillen st 3 doors e of Front 
Zigler John, confectioner, Saratoga st e of Poppleton 

Zigler cabinet maker, 51 i Harrison st up stairs 

Zigler mrs Elizabeth, upholsterer, 48 n Frederick st 

Zigler John, victualler, 48 n Frederick st 

Zigler John L. 88 Conway st 

JZ^immerman Geo. segar maker, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 

Zimmerman M. shoemaker, Greene sts of German 

Zimmerman Jacob, Franklin st w of Park 



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Zimmerman Ludvvick, blacking maker, cor Montg'y and Light 

Zimmerman Geo. carpenter, Franklin at \v ofChatsworth 

Zimmerman Wm. S. s side Baliimore st e of Eden 

Zimmerman Albright, grocer, cor New and Jasper sts 

Zimmich Frederick, prop. Military hall, Gay st n of Fay.*;tte 

Zimmich Charles, tailor, s end Concord st 

Zinkand Leypold, boot and shoe maker, Bond sts of Fleet 

Zinkand Joseph, boot and shoe maker, w side Bond st s of Fleet 

Zinski Ernst, Fell st near Wolfe 

Zorn Mary, Exeter st s of Gay 

Zwisele Pius, grocer, se cor Potter and Douglass sts 



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ReuioTals, Changes, Omissions, &c. 

C0-ln taking the citizens' addresses, when a desisn to remove or change business 
was signified, a blank notice to be filled up corr^lly was left, with an invitation to 
leave it at our office. Notices ware also posted at the corners to the same efiect. 
If such notices have not been attended to, no reasonable fault can be ascribed to us, 
should omissions be tlie consequence. We now invite our friends, and citizens gen- 
erally, to make such corrections, or any mis-spelling or omissions by us accidentally 
made, on the following blank leaves, and leave tliem at the office by the l3tU Sept., 
and we will print and furnish each subscriber or purchaser mth a copy, gratis. 

Ball Walter, w side Greene st n of Saratonra (instead of Bull) 
Barrnll Benj. C. attorney at law, moved to 20 St Paul st 
Betton T. W. stock and gentlemen's trimmincr store, 215 Balti- 
more St. and prop, of Cabs, stables German st near Paca 
Boody Saml. barber, s side Exchange place e of South st 
Cherbon P. Ovid, e side Courtland st near Dark lane 
Cullum Rev. J. W. dw Gay st 1 door from Monument 
Dandurand Monsieur, eating house, 27 Hanover st 
Delarue Chas. dyer, from Paris, Gay st 2d door \v of Front 
Eisenbrey John E. grocery, s \v cor Pitt and Exeter sis 
Foreman Edward, M. D. professor of chemistry at Washington 

University of Baltimore 
Franciscus John, sugar refiner, dw n Gay st oppsite the Odd 

Fellows' Hall 
Gaither, Matthews & Quids, dry goods dealers, 199 Baltimore st 
Giese Wm. H. firm Freeland, Hair& Giese, dw n w corner Han- 
over and Barre sts 
Griffin & Robinson, tobacco mts. 14 n Howard st 
Griswold A- W. package express office, 2 s Calvert st 
Guest mrs Mahala C. boarding house, 69 Pratt st cor Cypress al 
Hall &, Brother, boot, shoe, hat, and bonnet store, 175 Bait, st 
Harris Samuel & Son, stock and exchange office, cor Baltimore 

and Light sts 
Higinbotham John, grocer, 23 Commerce st 
Hofl^meister & Co. importers of German and fancy goods, 6 s 

Liberty st 
Howser Wm. grocery, n w cor E Baltimore and Hish sts 
Leniz &, Plack, commission and importing mis. 232 Baltimore st 
Matchctt Richard J. dw removed to Baltimore st w of Temple 
McConkey Patrick, baker, Caroline st n ofGouirh 
Newcomer & Stonebraker, com, mts. Pratt st e of Howard 
O'Keefe Daniel, grocer and tea dealer, n w cor Baltimore and 

Harrison sts 
Owings & Jessop, cot man. Guilford mills, German st e of Sharp 
Pittman & Piiillips, dry goods mts. 200 Baltimore st 
Plowman E. R. confectioner, Gay st near Front 
Richardson E. J. dry goods mf. moved to 61 Baltimore st 
Rogers Nathaniel wholesale flour merchant Franklin st vv of 

Howard, dw Franklin w of Pearl 
Roney Wm. 25 Harrison st 

Sexton Dr. R. 36 w Lexington st betw Sharp and Liberty 
Shreck C. & J. comb and variety store, 3 e Baltimore st 



REMOVALS, CHANGES, OMISSIONS, &c. 

Stoner John L. lottery ofl&ce, s side Baltimore st e end of bridge 
H. Thiele, tailor, Lombard st s side w of Frederick st 
Turpin J. ladies' shoemaker, 34 w Fayette st 
Vanlear Mrs. boarding house, 61 w Lexington st 
Woodward VVm. tavern, s side Ficih market 
Young Thomas L. Western hotel, cor Pratt st and McHenry al 
Young Joseph, blacksmith, Howard st n of Wayne, dw rear 
Zimmerman mrs Matilda, boarding house, 26 w Fayette st 



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COLORED HOUSEHOLDERS. 



j%.CKWOOD Wm. labourer, Lerew's alley s ofMulberryat 

Adams Mary, Pleasant st 1 door w oFHoIliday 

Adams Mary, alley rear of Union st near Penn. avenue 

Adams Charles, labourer. Pierce st w of Pearl 

Adams Mary, washer, Harford avenue near rope walk 

Adams Washington, shoemaker. Short st n of Orleans 

Adams Perry, waiter. Mechanics' court near High and Hlllen sts 

Adams Stephen, sawyer, Sugar alley w of Light st 

Addison John, Centre st w of Charles 

Addison Sarah, huckster, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 

Addison Diana, washer, Perry st w of Howard 

Addison Ellen, cake seller, w side Howard st 2 doors s of Pratt 

Adthony Daniel, wagoner, w side Potter st n of Pitt 

Agerson Henry, labourer. Sugar alley e of Charles st 

Aikman Robert, labourer, 3 Bath st 

Albert Horsey, sawyer. Pleasant st 1 door e of Park 

Alderson Samuel, carter, e side Potter st s of Low 

Allen Darkey, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Allen Sally, Jasper st near Lexington 

Allen Sarah, washer, Forest st n of Madison 

Allen Amos, labourer, Dover st e of Paca 

Allen Nathaniel, sailor, Dover st e of Greene 

Allen John, white vvasher, cor Carpenter's alley and Howard st 

Allison Henry, labourer, Eutaw st s ol' Perry 

Ambrose Alex, labourer, Wolfe alley sof Perry st 

Amby Joseph, mariner. Fleet st e of Ann 

Amby Benj. labourer, w side Apple alley n of Fleet st 

Amos Rachel, whitewasher, e side Potter st s of Low 

Amos Maria, washer. Union st near Penn. avenue 

Amoss Charlotte, Potter st n of Douglass 

Anderson Geo. Sharp st s of Lexington 

Anderson Emanuel, labourer, Holland st w of Lewis 

Anderson Henry, blacksmith, Jefferson st e of Short 

Anderson John, labourer, Madison st w of Sterling 

Anderson Isaiah, labourer, Lewis st s of Orleans 

Anderson Noble, labourer. Ten foot alley e of Eden st 

Anderson Cesar, Jasper st s of Ross 

Anderson John, carter, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

Anderson Adam, carter. Low st w of Aisquith 

Anderson Samuel, barber, York st. dw Mott n of Gay 

Anderson Sarah, washer. Welcome alley w of Hanover st 

Anderson labourer, L Hughes st w of Charles 



AND 418 BAI 

Anderson Samuel, barber, 41 e Baliimore st. dvv Mott near Gay 
Anderson Samuel, caulker, e side Apple alley n of Lombard st 
Anderson Jacob, mariner, e side Strawberry al s of Lombard st 

Anderson eatintr house, 31 Market space 

Anderson James, barber, Second st 2 doors w of Market space, 

d\v 31 Centre market space 
Anthony Daniel, \va£2;oner, \v side Potter st n of Pitt 
Anthony Rachel, oyster dealer, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Anthony Samuel, sawyer. Pearl st n of Saratoga 
Anthony Geo. porter, e side Potter st s of Low 
Applebury Wm. labourer, L Huojhes st e of Charles 
Appold J. barber, Eutaw st. dw Union st near Penn. avenue 
Arcany Aaron, labourer, Low st e of Forest 
Arkomy James, L Montiiomery st w of Hanover 
Armistead Wm. carpenter, Burfrundy alley w of L Paca st 
Armstrong Henry, morocco dresser, ]3iddle alley near Ross st 
Arm.strong Dennis, shoemaker, Sterling st n of Monument 
Armstrong John, w side Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Ash Vincent, labourer, Lerew's alley n of Saratoga st 
Ashton Teresa, washer, e side Forest st s of Orleans 
Askins Job, labourer. Guilford alley w of Light st 
Askins Blane, labourer, w side Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
Askins Christopher, porter, L Hughes st w of Hanover 
Askins Thomas, labourer. Fleet st w of Market 
Atkinson Abraham, labourer, Wayne st w of Sharp 
Austin John, sawyer. Monument st vv of Aisquith 
Ayres H. Sharp st n of Lexington 
Ayres Rebecca, washer, Sugar alley e of Charles st 



(ACCHUS Rachel, washer. East st n of Douglass 
Bacon Wm. waiter, Dover st e of Eutaw 
Badger Elisha, sawyer, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Badger E. porter, 16 Lombard st 
Badger Jarret, drayman, Eutaw st n of Barre 
Badger Benj. labourer^ Biddle alley near Ross st 
Badger Richard, carter, Guilford alley e of Charles st 
Bailey John B. tavern keeper, 9 Saratoga st. dw Mechanics- 
court near High st 
Bailey Wm. labourer. Chapel alley near Mulberry'st 
Bailey Wilez, w side Happy alley s of Wilk st 
Bailey Evan, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Bailey Samuel, caulker, 72 Argyle alley n of Fleet st 
Bailey Phillis, washer, Lerew's alley s'of Mulberry st 
Bailey John, labourer, w side Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
Bailey Lucy, washer, Lerew's alley s of Mulberry st 
Bailey J. B. barber. Mechanics' court near cor High and Hillen 
Bailey Frank, sawyer, Guiltbrd alley w of Light st 
Bailey Wm. drayman, York st w of Hanover 
Bailey Isaac, drayman, L Hughes st w of Charles 
Baily Geo. Henry, L Sharp st s of Lexington 
Baily Isaac, carpenter, Dover st e of Paca 



BAI 419 BAT 

Baily Francis, waiter, w side East st 3d door n of Pitt 

Baker Isaac, labourer, Run alley n of Fayette st 

Baker Mary, washer. Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Baker Perry, gardener, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Baker Betsy, waiter, w side Canal st s of Orleans 

Balant Hetty, laundress, Canton, near Fleet st 

Baldwin John, labourer, row s w of Cove, head of Paca st 

Ballard Benjamin, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

Ballard Milly, washer, Conway st w of Charles 

Ballet Robert, labourer, Barre st w of Sharp 

Banks Susan, washer, Dover st e of Paca 

Banks Jerry, labourer, Wolfe st n of Bank 

Bannan Charles, labourer, Charles st s of West 

Bantum Henry, labourer, alley betw Caroline and Spring sts 

Bantum Horace, porter, X al s of Lee st 

Barcroft Rolla, draynnan, e side Exeier st s of French 

Barger Peter, seaman, Lewis st s of Orleans 

Barker Debby, huckster, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Barker Nathan, w side Howard st 4 doors s of Pratt 

Barnes Lacey, Jasper st n of New 

Barnes Wm. caulker, Wilk st vv of Bond 

Barnes James, labourer, Halfmoon alley 

Barnes Ann, washer, East st n of Douglass 

Barnes Anna, washer, w side Potter st near the bend 

Barnes Ross, plaisterer, Hill st e of Charles 

Barnes David, mariner, e side Lloyd st s of Baltimore 

Barnes Charles, labourer, Hanover st n of Hill 

Barnes John E. millwright, Hanover st n of Hill 

Barnet Mary, washer. Perry si vv of Howard 

Barnet Ann, Hill st e of Sharp 

Barnet Wm. labourer. Hill st e of Sharp 

Barnet Perry, ship carpenter, Washington st s of Wilk 

Barnet Stephen, caulker, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Barnett Mary Ann, laundress. Perry st w of Howard 

Barnett John, stevadore, Salisbury al e of Exeter st 

Barney James, brickmaker, Johnson st s of Cross 

Barney Philip, caulker, w side Strawberry al n of Gough st 

Barney Henry, Suiiar al w of Light st 

Barney Wm. labourer, w side Strawberry al n of Pratt st 

Barney Cesar, e side Canal st n of Pitt 

Barrett Benjamin, ostler, Lewis si s of Short alley 

Barrows Stephen, sawyer, Pitt st w of Ann 

Barton Geor<re, cor Frederick and Gay sis 

Barton Rebecca, alley betw Mulberry and Franklin sts 

Barton Cenilh, midwife, Baltimore st e of Gilmer ^<* 

Barton Nathaniel, carter, Wolfe st n of Wilk 

Basley Peggy, Sterling st n of Monument 

Bisset Henry, porter, Poller st s of Gay 

Bateman Edward, drayman, Mullikin st ne of Fairmount 

B.iteman Fanny, washer. Hill st e of Charles 

Bates Rachel, washer, e side State st s of Franklin 



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Battys Jane, washer^ Biddle al near Ross st 

Bayly Darkey, Marion st e of Howard 

Beems Wm. shoemaker, Cliestnut al w of Pearl st 

Beho Limus, drayman, Asbury lane, near Pratt st 

Bell Hanson, Park st s of Saratoga 

Bell Hanson, State st opp Eutaw court 

Bell James, labourer, w side Painter's court sof Pitt w of Exeter 

Bell James, drayman, Sharp st s of Hill 

Benjamin Lewis, drayman, w side East st s of Hillen 

Bennet J. S. whitewasher, Jefferson st e of Aisquith 

Bennet Robert, waiter, av side Ensor st s of Madison 

Bennet Peter, carpenter. Forest st s of Orleans 

Bennet Calhoun, labourer. Painter's court w of Exeter s of Pitt 

Bennet Garrison, drayman, Guilford al e of Charles st 

Bennett Douglass, baker, Uhler's alley 

Benson John, waiter. Short al near Canal st 

Benson Henry, sawyer, w side Strawberry al s of Pratt st 

Benson Caroline, washer, s side French st w of Exeter 

Benson Diana, West st w of Charles 

Benson Mary, laundress, Fleet st e of Caroline 

Bentley Frisbee, e side Forest st s of Hull lane 

Berlin Henry, labourer, Biddle al near Ross st 

Berry L. rear of Greene st s of Lexington 

Berry Ellen, laundress, w side Sprilig st s of Wilk 

Berry B. L. Sharp st s of Saraiosra 

Berry Wm. carter. Cross st w of William 

Berry Charlotte, washer, s side French st e of Bath 

Berry Martha, whitewasher, w side Potter st s of Low 

Berry John, Mechanic's court near High and Hillen sts 

Betton Alexander, huckster, Run al s of Saratoga st 

Be vans Littleton, varnisher, alley n of Lee st e of Howard 

Bezick Frank, steamboat hand. Sugar al w of Light 

Bias Mary, washer, Poppleton st n of Baltimore 

Bias Charles, carter, Chestnut al w of Pearl 

Bias Alfred, Raborg st e of Pine 

Bias Horace, drayman, Eutaw st n of Barre 

Biddle Wm. labourer, row s w of Cove st head of Paca st 

Bingham Robert, sailor, GuiHbrd al w of Light st 

Bird Tobias, labourer. Court w of Stale st s of Mulberry 

Bishop Brisdon, porter, Eutaw st n of Barre 

Bishop Perry, sawyer, Sugar al e of Charles st 

Bishop Jacob, Sugar al w of Light st 

Black Elizabeth, w side Front st n of Hillen 

Black Wm. labourer, s side Ensor st e of East 

Bladen Molly, washer, Perry st w of Howard 

Blake Cato, Rock st s of Saratoga 

Blake Emory, lahourer, Madison st e of Ensor 

Blake Jacob, labourer. Short al near Canal st 

Blake Emily, washer. Forest st s of Douglass 

Blake John, labourer, w side Spring si s of Baltimore 

Blake Levin, labourer. Spring st n of Wilk 



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Blake Daniel, drayman, Bounty iane e of Spring st 
Blake Charles, gardener, Hogg al w of Caroline st 
Blake Isaiah, barber, w side Light st 2d door n of York St. dw 

Bounty lane e of Spring st F Point 
Bond Stephen, L Sharp st n of Lexington 
Bond Richard, sawyer, Run al n of Lexington st 
Bond Samuel, labourer, Dover st w of Howard 
Bonn Henry, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Bonn Elisha, labourer. Carpenter's al e of Paca st 
Bonn Edward, labourer. Welcome al e of Sharp st 
Bonum Dumont, paper hanger, w side High st n of Pitt 
Boon Thomas, porter, Hill st e of Howard 
Boon Joshua, carter. Short st s of Jefferson 
Booth Francis, labourer, Pearl st n of Pine 
Booth Elijah, carter, L Montgomery st e of Sharp st 
Booth Rebecca, cook, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Booth Wm. lumber wagoner, e side Spring st n of Bank 
Booth Henrietta, washer, row s w of Cove st head of Paca 
Bordley Perry, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Bordley Simon, Charles st s of West 
Bordley James, labourer, Pitt st w of Ann 
Bordley Jane, cook, Lewis st n of Mullikin 
Bordley Daniel, waiter, Welcome al e of Sharp st 
Bosley John, wagonar, Bank st e of Eden 
Boston Ann, washer, cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 
Boston Noble, L Sharp st n of Lexington 
Boston John, labourer. Wagon al e of Howard st 
Boston John, porter, Canal st s of Lombard 
Boston George, labourer, Scott st s of Columbia 
Boston Robert, labourer, Burgundy al e of L Greene st 
Boston Peter, York st e of Sharp 
Boston John C. labourer. Hill st w of Light 
Boston Smith, labourer. Sugar al w of Light st 
Boston Daniel, porter, Charles st s of Hill 
Bouis John, drayman, Perry st e of L Paca 
Bouis Wm. sawyer, Charles st s of Hill 
Bouis John, labourer, Perry st w of Howard 
Bouis Solomon, sawyer, Charles st n of Sugar alley 
Bouldin Spencer, labourer, Tyson al near Tyson st 
Bouser Rachel, w side Strawberry al n of Fleet st 
Bouser Stephen, labourer, Perry st betw Sharp and Howard 
Bovven Mrs. w side Canal st s of Orleans 
Bowen Maria, washer, e side Forest st n of Madison 
Bowen Charles, porter, e side State st n of Mulberry 
Bowers Mary, Chestnut al w of Pearl st 
Bowers Horace, porter. Pierce st w of Pearl 
Bowers James, sawyer, Columbia st opp Emory 
Bowers Nathan, saw sharper, row s vv of Cove st head of Paca 
Bowly Gabriel, drayman, L Montgomery st 
Bowly Simon, carter, Eden st s of Pratt 
Bowman Samuel, Happy al n of Wilk st 
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Bowser Richard, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 
Bowser Daphne, boarding and washing house, 51 tSoulh st 
Bowser Alfred, drayman, Harford av n of Madison st 
Bowser Joseph, labourer, Short st s of Jefferson 
Bowser Wm. D. whitewasher, Court near Perry sS 
Bowser Wm. whitewasher. Perry st w of Sharp 
Bowser Stephen, labourer. Perry st w of Sharp 
Bowser Isaac, mariner, Lombard st w of Canal 
Bowser James, caulker, Strawberry al s of Willc st 
Bowser Isaac, mariner, Bounty lane e of Spring st 
Bowser Lydia, cook, Balderston st 
Boyce Sutton, labourer, Guilford al w of Light st 
Boyer Emily, washer, Chestnut al e of Pine st 
Boyer Elizabeth, washer, Guilford al w of Light st 
Boyer Moses, labourer, Biddle al near Ross st 
Boyer Adam, labourer, Conway st w of Howard 
Bozer Samuel, Happy al e side s of Fleet 
Braddicks Henry, porter, Marion st w of Park 
Bradford Richard, teacher. Union al e of Eden st 
Bradford Rebecca, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
Bradford Isaac, mariner, Happy al e side s of Bank st 
Bradley Samuel, porter, Chestnut al e of Pine st 
Bradley Cassy Ann, seamstress. Pierce st w oi" Pearl 
Bradley John H. drayman, w side Spring st s of Baltimore 
Brady Mary, cook, L Hampstead st e of Eden 
Brady John, labourer. Elbow lane w of L Green st 
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an Wm. Potter st s of Low 
ce Henry, labourer, Ensor st near Harford av 
dge Margaret, washer, e side French st e of Batk 
ght Major, Forest st s of Douglass 
ght Cloudsby, carter, Strawberry alley s of Lombard st 
ghtman John, cabinet maker. Park st s of Mulberry 
ghtman Abraham, currier, w side State st s of Mulberry 
nkley Levi, labourer, w side Canal st s of Orleans 
scoe Susan, milk seller, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
scoe Wra. drayman, Dover st e of Paca 
scoe Gabriel, barber, 116 n Howard st 
scoe John, labourer, rear Lerevv's alley n of Franklin st 
scoe Lewis, barber, Baltimore st w of Paca 
ttenton Polly, laundress, w side Strawberry al s of Pratt 
Brogden Austin, drayman. Chestnut alley e of Pine st 
Brogden Samuel, sawyer, Ross st opp Paca 
Bromley Ennals, blacksmith, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Brooks Eliza, washer, Harford avenue s of Madison st 
Brooks Daniel, paper carrier. Short st s of Jefferson 
Brooks John, teacher. Burgundy alley e of L Greene st 
Brooks John, carpenter. Hill st e of Sharp 
Brooks David, sawyer, Hill st e of Sharp 
Brooks Wm. carter, Wayne st e of Eutaw 
Brooks Edward, broom manufacturer, Howard st n of Wayne 
Brooks Robert, caulker, Caroline st n of Pratt 



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Broom Major, labourer, Eutaw st n of Lee 

Broughton Hannah, Baltimore st e of Pine 

Brown Amelia, cor Run alley and Raborg st 

Brown Zachariah, Jew altey near Lexington st 

Brown Julia, L Sharp st between Fayette and Baltimore 

Brown Ruth, washer, Arcade alley w of Eutaw st 

Brown Benjamin, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Brown Ann, washer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Brown!Henry, labourer, Union st near Penn. avenue 

Brown Betsy, washer, Davis st s of Bath 

Brown Edwin, carter, Amity st n of Baltimore 

Brown Eliza, washer, Jefferson st w of Canal 

Brown Ann, huckster, Aisquith st n of Thomsen 

Brown Robert, shoemaker, Harford avenue n of Madison st 

Brown Clem, porter, Lewis st s of Orleans 

Brown Henry, fisherman. Short st n of Orleans 

Brown Jehn, seaman, Short st s of Jefferson 

Brown James, fruit shop, s side French st e of Exeter 

Brown Samuel, waiter, alley n side French st w of Centre 

Brown Rebeca, J&sper st s of Ross 

Brown Charles, waiter, Jasper st near Eutaw church 

Brown Isabella, Jasper st near Ross 

Brown Elizabeth, seamstress, Gillinghara alley 

Brown John, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Brown Wm. w side Howard st 3 doors s of Pratt 

Brown Philip, Hull lane w of Aisquith st 

JBrown Julia Ann^ washer, 66 s Howard st 

Brown Douglass st w of Forest 

Brown Philip, oyster cellar, n e cor Mercer and Grant sis 

Brown Arthur, carter, w side Ensor st n of Madison 

Brown R. washer, Painters' court e of Exeter sts of Pitt 

Brown Joshua, labourer. East st n of Douglass 

Brown Isaac, waiter, w side Potter st s of Gay 

Brown Wm. coachman, Potter st n of Douglass 

Brown Mary, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Brown R. washer, wside Painters' court s of Pitt st 

Brown Brown, waiter, e side Potter st n of Pitt 

Brown Henry, w side Exeter st s of Low 

Brown, Aaron, e side Exeter st n of Hillen 

Brown Rachel, huckster, Asbury lane near 'Hollins st 

Brown Perry, whitewasher, German st w of Pine 

Brown Sally, washer, German st opp Pine 

Brown Joshua, porter, Carpenter's alley e of Paca st 

Brown Mary, cook, Carpenter's alley ^ of Eutaw st 

Brown Michael, drayman, Eutaw st n of Barre 

Brown Rachel, washer, Perry st w of Howard 

Brown Jacob, Perry st w of Howard 

Brown Hester, washer, Perry st w of Howard 

Brown Elizabeth, washer, Welcome alley w of Sharp st 

Brown Jacob, stevadore, Lee st e of Charles 

Brown James, labourer, Guilford alley e of Charles st 



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Brown Perry, sailor, Guilford alley e of Charles st 

Brown Hetty, washer, Hill st e of Howard 

Brown Nathan, drayman, L Hughes ste of Hanover 

Brown John H. labourer. West st w of Charles 

Brown Joseph, blacksmith, n of West st w of Charles 

Brown Jane, washer, Johnson st e of Cross 

Brown Jacob, drayman, Charles st s of West 

Brown Charlotte, laundress, Wilk st w of Bond 

Brown Jacob, labourer, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Brown Andrew, barber, cor Pratt and Charles sts. dw Baltimore 

w of Canal 
Brown Joseph, labourer, Canton e of Harris's creek 
Brown John, labourer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
Brown Stephen, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Brown John H. caulker, Ar^yle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Brown Robert H. caulker, 72 Argyle alley n of Fleet st 
Brown Shade, mariner, e side Apple alley n of Alice Anna st 
Brown Baptist L. labourer, w side Apple alley n of Wilk st 
Brown Thomas, w side Strawberry alley n of Gough st 
Brown Wm. brickmaker, e side Carohne st n of Gough 
Brown Mrs. e side Caroline st s of Wilk 
Brown Susan, Mince alley betw Caroline and Spring sts 
Bruce Peter, coachman, 12 Salisbury alley 
Bryan Jerry, drayman, Tyson st near Tyson alley 
Bryan Francis, Caroline st s of Lombard 
Buchanan Mary, washer, s side French st e of Exeter 
Buck James, drayman, s side Salisbury st e of Canal 
Buck Benjamin, stevadore, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Butlen Frederick, barber, Pratt st e of Eutaw 
Burdell Wm. Jew alley near Marion st 
Burjjess George, drayman, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Burgess Alex, porter, Painter's court, s of Pitt st w of Exeter 
Burgess Perry, drayman. State stn of Franklin 
Burgoyne Augustus, confectioner, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
Burk Mary, washer, East st n of Douglass 
Burk Thomas, n side Happy alley s of Bank st 
Burke Dav^id, e side Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Burke Thomas, stevadore, e side Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Burke James, labourer, e side Happy alley n of Fleet 
Burke Garrett, seaman. Perry st w of Sharp 
Burke James, coachman, Davis st s of Franklin 
Burket Henry, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Burkett Hannah, washer. Welcome alley e of Sharp st 
Burley Rachel, cook, Halfmoon alley 
Butler Josiah, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Butler Henry, white washer, under n w cor German & Hanover 

sts. dw Wayne 
Butler Clara, washer, Lerew's alley n of Saratoga st 
Butler Sophia, Park st n of Clay 

Butler Nancy, washer, Harford avenue n of Aisquith Rt 
Butler Charles, porter, Eden st s of Monument 



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Butter Caroline st s of Jefferson 

Butler Elizabeth, washer, cor Bond and Hampstead sts 

Butler Anna, gardener, Bank lane near Aisquith 

Butler Julia, huckster, w of Cove st near Spring gardens 

Butler Henry, labourer, Columbia st w of Scott 

Butler Nancy, washer, Welcome alley w of Sharp st 

Butler Daniel, cook. Hill st e of Sharp 

Butler H. D. Montgomery st € of Hanover 

Butler Samuel, labourer. Hog alley w of Caroline st 

Butler Charity, washer, s side Carpenter's alley betw Howard 

and Eutaw sts 
Butler Clem, waiter, Dover st w of Howard 

OaGER John, sawyer, Holland st e of Eden 
Cager James, carter. Wolf st n of Gough 
Cain James, whitewasher, Sugar alley e of Charles st 
-Caldwell Hezekiah C. barber, n side Gay st near the clock 
Caldwell Peggy, cook, Potter st n of Douglass 
Caldwell Joseph, carter, w Cove st extended 
Caldwell Jerry, York st w of Hanover 
Caldwell Jerry, labourer, Leadenhall st 
Caldwell EnnallSj carter, w side Apple alley s of Wilkst 
Calhoun Peter, labourer, Run alley n oi' Fayette st 
Callandar Elisha, labourer. Cave st n of German 
Calwell Wm. hackman, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 
CampbelHsaac, Jew alley near Lexington st 
Campbell Alexander, Jew alley near Lexington st 
Campbell Edward, labourer. Mulberry st e ofLerew's alley 
Campbell Mrs. washer, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Campbell Susan, Conway st w of Charles 
Campbell Harriet, washer. West st w of Charles 
Camper Dennis, barber, 17 Light st wharf, dw Williamson alley 
Camper Andrew, carter. West st w of Charles 
Camper Ann, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 
Camper Charles, stevadore, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
Campher Stephen, labourer. East st n of Douglass 
Campher Henry, carter, West st w of Charles 
Canvass Elizabeth, washer, s side Falls st e of Liberty alley 
Carey Richard, labourer. Perry st e of Eutaw 
Carey Alfred, Douglass st e of Forest 
Carey Geo. labourer, Bounty lane e of Spring -st 
Carey George, labourer, Cross st e of William 
Carmack J. C. coachman, East st n of Douglass 
Carmack Lewis, drayman, Mullikin st n of Fairmount 
Carmichael Hester, cook, Lewis st n of Mullikin 
Carr Wm. labourer, Dover st w of Eutaw 
Carr John, brickmaker. Burgundy alley e of Cove st 
Carr James, labourer, Dover st w of Eutaw 
Carr Pu^rnel!, w side Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Carroll Eliza, washer, Sarah Ann e of Cove st 
Carroll Wm. Park st s of Clay 
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Carroll L. W. barber, Pratt st e of Paca 

Carroll Sarah, Avasher, Leadenhall st 

Carroll Joseph, mariner, Salisbury st w of Exeter 

Cassell Jacob, waiter. Pierce st vv of Pearl 

Castor Henry, porter, Davis st n of Bath 

Castor Noah, wall colorer, Osbourn's court near Bath st 

Cator Rebecca, Fayette st betw Pearl st and Run alley 

Cator Jane, Fayette st betw Pearl st and Run alley 

Caution Samuel, sailmaker, Allen alley w of Gough st 

Cavender Elias, labourer, Burnjundy alley e of L Greene st 

Cedars Charles, ostler, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Chambers Wm. St Paul st s of Centre 

Carter Harriet, Raborg st near Amity 

Carter Elias, porter, Park st n of Lexington 

Carter J. H. coachman. New st w of Jasper 

Carter Joseph, drayman, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 

Cartiss Samuel, labourer. Sharp st s of York 

Casey Sally, washer, Cove st s of Franklin 

Cassell Wm. barber, Ptnn. avenue near Franklin st 

Cassell Ned, Raborg st eof Schroeder 

Caters Wm. carter, Conway st w of Howard 

Chambers David, Sharp st s of Saratoga 

Chambers Hester, washer. Centre st w of St Paul 

Chambers Edward, waiter, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

Chambers Elizabeth, w side Potter st srof Low 

Chance Emily, washer, alley betw Mulberry and Franklin sts 

Chaplin David, drayman, Charles st n of West 

Chaplin Daniel, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Gough st 

Chapman John, w side East st n of Douglass 

Chapman Anderson, mariner, Slemmer alley s of Fawn st 

Chapman Jeremiah, nailor, Spring st n of Gough 

Chappell Nathan, Happy alley s of Fleet st 

Charles Theodore, labourer. Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Chase Wm. labourer, e side Apple alley s of Alice Annast 

Chase Samuel, carter, w side Strawberry alleys of Wilk st 

Chase Absalom, cor Jew alley and Marion st 

Chase Lydia, washer, court n side Hanover market 

Chase Eliza, washer, e side Potter st s of Low 

Chase Rev. Samuel W. teacher, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Chase Henry, drayman, Columbia st opposite Emory 

Chase Thomas, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Chase Allen, labourer, e side Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Chase Cassandra, washer, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

Chase Levi, baker, Friendship st s of Thomsen 

Chase Eliza, washer, Forest st n of Douglass 

Chester Stanley, e side Happy alley s of Fleet st 

Chester Stephen, labourer. Strawberry alley n of Gough st 

Chevis barber, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Chew Catherine, n side Fayette st 1 door w of Howard 
Chew S. w side Potter st 8 doors s of Low 
Chew Richard, whitewasher, 17 McClellan st 



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Chew Thomas, carter, Bottle alley e of Cove st 

Chew Samuel, steamboat hand, Hamburoj st F^ederal hill 

Chinn Henry, carter, Johnson st n of "Six orun battery''.^ 

Chrishton Elizabeth, washer, L Pleasant st near Chapel alley 

Christian George, labourer, Ten Foot alley e of Eden st 

Christie Gabriel, labourer, Arch al w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Christie Priscilla, laundress, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Christmas Nicholas, caulker, cor Sterling and Monument sts 

Churbs Anthony^ waiter, e side State st n of Mulberry 

Clark Lewis, violin player. Clay st vvof Park 

Clark Kitty, washer, Asbury lane near Hollins st 

Clayton M. C. carpenter, East st n of Douglass 

Clayton Levi, sailor. Welcome alley w of Sharp st 

Clinton David, labourer, Wilk st w of Bond 

Coarts Samuel, porter, Sharp st s of York 

Coates Clem, carter, w side Light st n of Cross 

Coby Ann, washer, Run alley s of Lexington st 

Cockey Emily, washer, L Pleasant st near Chapel alley 

Coffee Rachel A. washer, Centre st w of Charles 

Coker Daniel, stevadore, Sugar alley w of Light st 

Coker Philip, wside Happy alley n of Fleet st 

Colbert Wm. whitewasher, Biddle st near Ross 

Colbert Charles, Lewis st s of Short alley 

Cole Matilda, Sharp st s of Saratoga 

Cole Caroline, w side Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 

Cole Jane, Pierce st w of Pearl 

Cole Wm. labourer, Mullikin ste of Long lane 

Cole Philip, Jasper st near Eutaw church 

Cole Isaac, porter, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Cole Diana, e side Apple alley s of Fleet st 

Coleman James, labourer, Peach alley w of Pearl st 

Coleman J. S. whitewasher, Hull lane w of Aisquiih 8t 

Coleman Cyrus, oyster cellar, Lerew's alley n of Saratoga st 

Colisoii Alexander, sailor, Hill st e of Charles 

Collins Harriet, washer. East st n of Douglass 

Collins Marcus, steamboat hand, Ciiarles st s of Hill 

Colvin George W. hackman, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Conaway Ephraim, ship carpenter, w side Spring st s of Wilk 

Congo Frances, washer, Holland st e of Eden 

Conkey Oliver, coachman, lot n of Biddle st w of Penn. avenue 

Connor Isaac, ropemaker, Cross st w of William 

Cook Thomas, Raborg st e of Pine 

Cook Henrietta, washer. Centre st w of Charles 

Cook W. H. porter, Pierce st e of Cove 

Cook labourer, Pierce st e of Cove 

Cook Thomas, cooper, Baltimore st e of Gilmer 
Cook Sarah, washer, Short st s of Short alley 
Cook David, labourer, St Peter st e of Scott 
Cook Kitty, washer, Eutaw st n of Lee 
Cook Lemuel, labourer, Lombard st w of Canal 
Cook Levin, Happy alley s of Fleet st 



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Cook James, labourer,, w side Strawberry alley nof Goughst 

Cook Samuel, brickmoulder, s side German st e of Sharp 

Cook John, blacksmith, w side State st s of Mulberry 

Cooley Providence, washer, s side Douglass st w of Aisquith 

Cooper James, labourer, Chestnut alley e of Pine st 

Cooper Thomas, waiter, Ross st near Biddle alley 

Cooper Henry, drayman, L Montgomery st w of Hanover 

Cooper Susan, washer. Sugar alley e of Hanover st 

Cooper Thomas, stevadore, Wilk st e of Wolfe 

Cooper Wm. caulker. Star alley s of Wilk st 

Cooper Perry, labourer, Star alley s of Wilk st 

Cooper James, caulker, Star alley s of Wilk st 

Cooper Sanurel, caulker, Star alley s of Wilk st 

Cooper Robert, hackman, e side Happy alleys of Wilk st 

Cooper Perry, e side Happy alley s of Fleet st 

Cooper Joseph, caulker, w side Happy alley s of Wilk st 

Cooper Thomas, labourer, w^ side Apple alley s of Fleet st 

Cooper Abram, mariner, w side Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Cooper Edwin, drayman, e side Lloyd st s of Baltimore 

Copper Rachel, cook. Ivy alley w of Park st 

Copper Abraham, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Cordery Jonathan, w side Happy alley n of Lancaster st 

Cornice Eliza, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Cornish • Marion st w of Park 

Cornish Charles, Harford avenue n of Ensorst 
Cornish John, seaman, Eden st s of Monument 
Cornish Moses, labourer, court e of Charles st n of Barre 
Cornish Levi, Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
Cornish Charles, sailor. L Hughes st w of Hanover 

Cornish caulker, w side Strawberry alley s of Pratt st 

Cornish Adam, labourer, w side Caroline st sof Pratt 

Cornish David, eating house, Wine st 

Corsey Lucretia, w side East st n of Douglass 

Corsey David, sugar maker. Sugar alley e of Hanover st 

Cosey David, shoemaker, w of Johnson st n of *'Six gun battery" 

Cotanch George, drayman, New st e of Jasper 

Cotton Daniel, sawyer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Countee Philip, labourer, Montgomery st w of Charles 

Cox Tilghman, hackman. Centre st w of Charles 

Cox Bina, washer. East st s of Douglass 

Coxon Priscilla, Low st e of Forest 

Crawford Hester, cook, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Crawford Caroline, washer, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Crawford Joseph, mariner. Perry st e of Eutaw 

Crew Edward, labourer, Hill st e of Howard 

Crew Asbury, Jasper st near New 

Crick Margaret, seamstress, Low st w of Aisquith 

Creppin Littleton, drayman, Clay st e of Park 

Cromwell Gabriel, barber, dw Raborg st w of Poppleton 

Cromwell Joseph, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Cromwell Stephen, labourer, n e cor Ensor and Madison sts 



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Cromwel! Wm. seaman, vv side Exeter st s of French 
Cromwell George, shoemaker, Conway si w of Howard 
Cromwell Gabriel, barber, s side Baltimore st w of Eden 
Cromwell Edward, shoemaker, w side Patterson st near Pratt 
Cromwell Isaac, drayman. Cider alley e of Howard st 

Crouch Short alley near Canal st 

Crump Ellen, w side Happy alley s of Alice Anna st ^ 

Cubley Benjamin, labourer, Cider alley near Howard st 
Cuti' Ellen, Cider alley betw Howard and Eutaw sts 
Cummings John, mariner, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Cummings Enoch, labourer, cor Bond and Bank st 
Cummings Rebecca, huckster, Hughes st e of Charles 
Cummins Simon, porter. Forest st s of Douglass 
Cummins Hanah, laundress. Bank st e of Ann 
Cunningham Wm. w side Happy alley s of Wilk st 
Cunningham Isaac, labourer, Pittst w of Canal 
Curtis Henry, nightman, Strawberry alley s of Alice Anna st 
Curtis Wm. labourer, Cross st e of Johnson 
Curtis Uriah, labourer. Cross st e of Johnson 

JLfAFFEN Jane, washer, Harford avenue near rope walk 

Dairy Samuel, stevadore, Lerew's alley n of Madison st 

Daasbury Righston, labourer, e side Spring st n of Gough 

Darby Mager, labourer, Cross st e of Johnson 

Darby John, labourer, West st vv of Charles 

Darrovv H. huckster, Chestnut alley vv of Pearl st 

Darvick Wm. labourer. Run alley s of Fayette st 

Darey Wm. grain measurer. Short st s of Jefferson 

Dawson Thomas, caulker, Wilk st vv of Wolfe 

Davidge John, waiter. Chestnut alley w of Pear! st [Pearl st 

Davidge A. barber. Hand tavern, Paca st dw Chestnut alley w of 

Davis James, cabinet maker, 1 1 Saratoga st. d w Front s of Low 

Davis Jacob, labourer, Thomsen st e of Friendship 

Davis James, whitewasherj Saratoga si e of Cove 

Davis Francis, sacking bottom maker. Sharp st s of Pratt 

Davis Elisha, tanner. Forest st n of Madison 

Davis Sarah, St Paul st s of Centre 

Davis Fanny, washer. Carpenter's alley e of Eutaw st 

Davis John, seaman. Perry st e of Eutaw 

Davis Robert, sawyer. Mulberry st 1 door e of Pearl 

Davis Richard, barber, 40 vv Pratt st 

Davis Wm. sawyer, Charles st s of Hamburg 

Davis Caroline, Hamilton st w of St Paul 

Davis George, porter, Stump alley s of Conway st 

Davis Richard, barber, Pratt st. dw Clay e of Park 

Davis Mary, laundress, cor Lombard and Caroline sts 

Davis George, draynmn, Chatsworth st s of Frankliti 

Davis Joseph, labourer, Moore's alley vv of Eutaw st 

Davis Robert, sawyer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Davis Isabella, washer, cor Eden and Jefferson sts 

Davlin Sterling st n of Monument 



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Dawson James, n side O alley 

Day Jas. barber, Forest st n of Hillen, dvv Falls st w of Liberty al 

Day Samuel, labourer, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Deaver Charles, butcher, Short st n of Orleans 

Deaver James, rope maker, n side Low st w of Aisquilh 

Dehair Ann, seamstress, w side East st s of Hilien 

Delarue mrs A. M. conlectioner, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 

Delosher Isaac, labourer, Run al n of Lexino^ton st 

De Mandrose John A. mariner. Wills st s of Block 

Denison Maria, Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Dennet Olivia, Jasper st near Eutaw meeting 

Dennis Betsy, Marion st av of Park 

Dennis Lewis, drayman, Sharp st s of Hill 

Dennis Peler, labourer. Strawberry al e side n of Bank 

Denny , labourer, w side Strawberry al s of Lombard st 

Denton Henry, porter, L Hughes st e of Hanover 

Der John, Sterling st n of Monument 

Derry Samuel, hackman, w pide Ensor st s of Madison 

Dessin Henry, confeciioner, Pratt st e of the Falls 

Devvard Henry, porter. Welcome al e of Sharp st 

Dewezer Cassie, washer, w side Exeter st n of Gay 

Dice Wni. labourer, Howard st s of Conway 

Dickerson Jeremiah, Jasper st s of Ross 

Dickerson Richard, carter, Douglass st e of Forest 

Dickerson John, drayman, Jasper st s of Ross 

Dickerson James, labourer, cor Hanover and Montgomery sts 

Dickerson James, labourer, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

Dickeson Wm. stevadore, e side Spring st n of Gough 

Dickey Anna, w side Liberty st s of German 

Dickinson Daniel, drayman, L Montgomery st w of Hanover 

Dickson Jerry, whitewasher, Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Dillen Sarah, laundress, Fleet st e of Caroline 

Divateer Jane, Hillen st e of Howard 

Dixon Jamcfj, hackman, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 

Dixon Henrietta, washer, Ensor st n of Madison 

Dixon Abm. sawyer. Forest st s of Douglass 

Dixon Nathan, sawyer, Eilxiw lane w of L Green st 

Dixon Nero, York st w of Hanover 

Dockings Robert, labourer, Slemmer al s of Pratt st 

Dockins Robert, Sugar al e of Charles st 

Dode Peter, clothing store, 28 Pratt at 

Dodson Rachel, washer, Biddle al near Ross st 

Doer George, blacksmith, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

Dokry James, labourer, Eutaw st n of Lee 

Dominis Henry, segar maker. Perry st w of Howard 

Donnell Mary, Saratoga st e of Howard 

Dore George, blacksmith, shop n Frederick st near Gay, dw 

Low st near Belle Air market 
Dorety Jacob, Happy al w side n of Wilk st 
Dorlin Ellen, washer, Davis st s of Bath 
Dorman Daniel, grain measurer, L Montgomery st e of Sharp 



DOR - 431 r>UL 

Dorsey James, rear of Greene st s of Lexinf^ton 
Dorsey Sarah, rear of 55 Saratoga st e of Howard st 
Dorsey Alexander, L Sharp st s of Saratoga 
Dorsey Henry, Jasper st near New 
Dorsey Joshua, labourer. Bank lane near Aisquith st 
Dorsey Edward, drayman, Douujlass st e of Forest 
Dorsey Henry, labourer, German st e of Pine 
Dorsey Michael, labourer, Conway st e of Hanover 
Dorsey Ann, Wolfe al s of Perry st 
Dorsey Matilda, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
Dorsey Ellen, laundress, 5 Bath st 

Dorsey , labourer, w side Light st n of Cross 

Dorsey Charles, porter, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 

Dorsey Charles, sawyer. Sugar al e of Charles st 

Dorsey Wm. hackmnn, Tyson al near Tyson st 

Dorsey Cain, labourer, William st n of West 

Dorsey Thomas, labourer, Tyson st near Tyson alley 

Dorsey Abraham, labourer, Zeil al near Mulberry st 

Dorsey Edward, labourer, w of Cove st near Spring Gardens 

Dorsey Allen, farmer. Run al n of Fayette st 

Dorsey Lemuel, labourer. Union al e of Eden st 

Dorson Perry, grain measurer, Sugar al w of Light st 

Dossoii J. Joseph, barber, 17 Lombard st w of the market 

Douglass Cassandra, washer, Baltimore st e of Pine 

Douglass James, sawyer, Necessity al n of Potter st 

Dove Adam, Ann st e side s of Gough 

Dowden , hackman. Run al s of Fayette st 

Dowden Abraham, labourer, Lerew's al n of Franklin st 
Dowden Horace, barber, Penn av near Biddle st 

Dowden , washer. Forest st s of Douglasa 

Dowden Solomon, sawyer, do do 

Dovvdon Richard, Ann st e side s of Gough 

Dowlin Levi, Happy al s of Bank st w side * 

Downey Wm. hackman, e side Gay st s of Aisquith 

Downs Benjamin, labourer, Columbia st e of Scott 

Doy Cato, Happy al e side s of Fleet 

Doyle Richard, labourer, e side State st s of Mulberry 

Draper Garrison, tobacconist, Forest st n of Hillen 

Draper Ryland, tobacconist, Forest st n of Madison 

Driver Edward, carter, w side Light st s of Gittings 

Driver Moses, sawyer. Welcome al w of Hanover st 

Droste J. H. blacksmith, cor Hanover and Hill sts. dw Hill st 

w of Hanover 
Druitt Henry, labourer, Salisbury st e of Exeter 
Droit Wm. L Sharp st s of Lexington 
Drummond Evan, labourer, Mulberry st 1 door w of Park 
Dubois Joseph, barber, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
Duff Samuel, shoemaker, German st e of Cove 
Duff George, shoemaker, York st e of Sharp 
Duffy Abm. gardener and milkman. Belle Air road 
Dulany Moses, Wolfe al s of Perry st 



DUN 432 ' EVR 

Dunbar Mary, washer, Chamberlain al opp Eutavv church 
Duncan Richard, roller man at printing office. Centre st w of 

St Paul 
Duncan Catharine, washer, e side Potter st n of Pitt 
Dunn Daniel, soap dealer, Short st n of Orleans 
Dunn Charles, Low st above Forest 
Durand Benjamin, shoemaker, Forest st e of Exeter 
Durham Matilda, washer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Durkins John, rear of Greene st s of Lexinorton 
Durling Diana, alley rear of Union st near Penn av 
Duvall Richard, drayman. Park st n of Clay 
Dyson John, drayman, Eutaw st n of Barry 

JEaRL Richard, porter, State st n of Franklin 
Edix Jarret, hackman, Dover st e of Howard 
Edmondson Sarah, w side Apple al s of Fleet st 
Edwards Charlotte, Kimmel al n of Lexington st 
Effert Wm. labourer, Dover st e of Paca 
Effert Henry, labourer, Dover st w of Howard 
Elbert H. Amos alley near Hiorh st 
Elbert Lydia, Charles st n of West 
Ellen Sally, laundress, e side Argyle al n of Alice Anna st 
Elliott Robert, waiter, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
Elliott Richard, Jasper st near Ross 
Elliott Wm. sailor, 42 Park st 
Ellis Simon, labourer, Bond st cor Hampstead 
Ellis Araminta, washer, alley e of Front st near Low 
Ellis Scipio, labourer, Philpot al e of Canal st 
Ellott Prince, Davis st s of Franklin 
Elsey Rev. Mingo, Dover st w of Sharp 
Emerson James, porter, Zell al near Mulberry st 
Emerson Owen, labourer, do do do 

Emmerson Stephen, waiter, Salisbury st w of Canal 
Ennels Elizabeth, e side Spring st n of Wilk st 
Ennis Margaret, washer, Girard's court, in or near Perry 8t 
Ennis Pesrory, washer. Perry st w of Sharp 
Ermy Michael, coachman, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Ermy Norris, seaman. Short st s of Jefferson 
Ermy Michael, labourer, Dover st e of Eutaw 
Evans Eliza, laundress, Market st s of Baltimore 
Evans James, sawyer, Short st n of Orleans 
Evans Eliza, washer, s side Hillen st 7 doors e of Forest 
Evans J. H. drayman, s side Sterling st e of Mott 
Evans Thornton, caulker, Hill st e of Howard 
Evans James, porter. Forest st s of Douglass 
Eves David, whip sawyer, e side Spring st n of Gough 
Eves Samuel, do w side Spring st n of Gough 

Evridge Joseph, sawyer. Mechanics' court near cor High and 
Hillen sts 



FAR 433 FOW 

M^ ARRELL Ann, washer, Low ste of Forest 

Farrell James, lab;)urer, Howard st s of Conway 

Felix Aus^Listus, s side Low st e of Forest 

Feraro Matilda, washer, Sterling st n of Monument 

Feraro Jacob, labourer, Necessity al w of Putter st 

Ferguson Robert, labourer, Montgomery st wof Charles 

Ferguson Charlotte, washer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Ferguson Robert, labourer. Comb alley n of Hill st 

Ferguson Betsy, washer. Painter's court, w of Exeter st s of Pitt 

Fernandis John, barber, 5 Bond st. dw 46 Bond st 

Field Hannah, Biddle al near Ross st 

Field Jane, alley running firora East st s of Douglass # 

Fisher Edward, L Sharp st n of Lexington 

Fisher B. E. labourer, Chestnut al e of Pine st 

Fisher John H. whip sawyer, n end Happy alley 

Flamer John, labourer, Lerew's al s of Centre st 

Flamer Sophia, washer, e side Canal st n of Pitt 

Flamer Wm. labourer, L Hughes st e of Sharp 

Fleetwood Benjaminj bay trader. Mulberry st e of Park 

Fleetwood Treasy, washer, Arcade al w of^Eutaw st 

Flint Charles, w side East st n of Douglass 

Flowers Mrs. Strawberry al w side n of Wilk 

Floyd Philip, sawyer, Union st near Ross 

Folkes Thomas, bootmaker, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 

Folkes Henry, shoemaker, e side State st s of Mulberry 

Folkes Henry, shoemaker, e side Eutaw st 1 door n of Muib'y' 

Foote Ann, washer, e side Forest st s of Hull's lane 

Ford Benjamin, waiter, n side Lombard st e of Charles 

Ford G. Washington, stone cutter, Fayette st betw Pearl st and 

Run alley 
Ford Ann, washer, Hamilton st w of St Paul 
Ford Richard, hackman, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 
Ford Sampson, ostler, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
Ford Henry, baker. Canal st n of Jefferson 
Ford A. Jasper st s of Ross 
Ford John, musician. Spring st e of Wilk 
Ford Caroline, Star al n of Fleet st 
Foreman Wm. labourer, Mullikin st e of Long lane 
Foreman Eliza, laundress, Salisbury st e of Canal 
Forman Peter, woodsawyer, s side French st e of Bath 
Forsyth J. C. teacher, Hoiliday st s of Bath 
Fonie George, cordwainer. Pierce st w of Pearl 
Fortie Jacob, Park st n of Clay 

Fortie Henry P. drayman, e side East st n of Douglass 
Fortie John, teacher, cor East and Douglass sts 
Fortie John C. Hoiliday st near Bath, dw East st n of Douglass 
Fortune Hagar, shop keeper, Calvert st 2 doors n of Saratoga 
Faster James, steamboat hand. Stump al s of Conway st 

Fountain , labourer. Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Fowler Benjamin, drayman, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
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FOW 434 GAR 

Fowler Mary, milkworaan, Johnson st opp West 

Fowler Leonard, brickmaker, do do do 

Fowler Henson, seaman, 100 Du^an's wharf 

Francis Thomas, Rabori? st e of Popplelon 

Francis John, mariner. Fleet st e of Caroline 

Francis Ann, Union st near Ross 

Francis Macelin, Union st near Ross 

Francis Anna, washer, Low st near Aisquith 

Francis Rose, nurse, w side Potter st 2 doors s of Douglass 

Francis John, boarding house, Fleet st w of Bond 

Franklin Peter, labourer, Montgomery st w of Charles 

Franklin Henry, labourer, Block st vv of Wills 

Prazier John, mattress maker, Riddle al near Ross st 

Frazier Tench, labourer, w side Spring st n of Gough 

Freeman Wm. Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Freeman Henry, shoemaker, s w cor Forest and Douglass st3 

Freeman Deborah, Wolf alley s of Perry st 

Freeman Catharine, washer. Perry st w of Howard 

Freeman Rebecca, washer. Sugar alley e of Charles st 

Frenig Francis, huckster. Pierce st w of Pearl 

Frisby Perry, Jasper st s of Ross 

Frisby Perry, porter, L Hughes st e of Charles 

Frisby Jacob, sawyer, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Frisby Aby Ann, cor Sterling and Monument sts 

Frisby Nathan, labourer. East st n of Douglass 

Fulgum Charity, wayher. Monument ste of Eutaw 

Fuller Chase, labourer. Hill st e of Sharp 

Fuller Benj. labourer, cor Granby st and e Falls avenue 

CxAFFORD Perry, gardener. Union st near Ross 

Gaines Wm. porter. Pierce st w of Pearl 

Gaines Stewart, labourer, Conway st e of Hanover 

Gaines Moses, sailor, Johnson st s of Cross 

Gaiter Rachel, w side Strawberry alley n of Gough st 

Gale Robert, whitewasher, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Gale John, eating house, 7 Caroline st 

Gale Betsy, washer, Conway st e of Hanover 

Gale CharleS; York st e of Sharp 

Gallman James, East st n of Douglass 

Gameby John, labourer, 25 Caroline st 

Gannon Howard st s of Barre 

Gardner Wm. waiter. Black alley, w of Union st s of Ross 
Garner Michael, labourer, Clay st w of Park 
Garner Michael, labourer, Conway st e of Hanover 
Garrett Solomon, sawyer, Lerew's alley n of Franklin st 
Garrett Thomas, sawyer, Madison st w of Sterling 
Garrett Richard, waterman, Asbury lane near Pratt st 
Garrett Anne, washer, Asbury lane near Hollins st 
Garrett John, carter, Carpenter's alley w of Eutaw st 
Garrett Wm. labourer, Salisbury st e of Canal 
Garrett Jaraes, labourer. Strawberry alley s of Fleet st 



GAR 435 GOL 



Garrett Daniel, seaman, Dover st w of Sharp 

Garrison Isaac, hackman, Lewis st n of Mullikin 

Garrison Wiley, hackman, Bank lane near Aisquith st 

Garrison Ralph, labourer, Happ;^ alley e side s of Bank st 

Gash Darius, labourer, w side Spring st n of Gough 

Gauer Christopher, drayman, Columbia st w of Cove 

Gaunt Caroline, washer, Howard st s of Conway 

Gaunt Joseph, porter, alley rear of Union st near Penn. avenue 

Gay Ann, washer, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Gettings Smith, labourer, Zell alley near Mulberry st 

Gibbs Jacob R. painter. East st s of Douglass 

Gibbs Ann, midwife. Carpenter's alley w of Eutaw st 

Gibbs Henry, cooper. Carpenter's alley w of Eutaw st 

Gibbs Alex, sawyer, e side State st s of Mulberry 

Gibson Henrietta, Sharp st n of Lexington 

Gibson Benj. drayman, Bounty lane e of Spring st 

Gibson Jacob, labourer. Burgundy alley e of L Greene st 

Gibson H. Charles, mariner, Hog ailey w of Caroline st 

Gibson Mrs. Moore's alley w of Euiaw st 

Gibson Anna, washer. Perry st w of Howard 

Gibson Sally, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Gibson Malachi, caulker, Sugar alley e of Charles st 

Gibson Basil, sawyer, Black alley, w of Unioii st s of Ross 

Gibson Mary, laundress Lombard st w of Canal 

Gibson Thomas, carter, Piti si w of Ann 

Gibson Perry, stevadore, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Gibson James, stevadore. Spring st n of Baltimore 

Gibson Charles, stevadore, w side Apple alley n of Lombard st 

Gibson Philip, coachman, Lefierman's al. French st near Centre 

Gibson Josiah, caulker, e side Spring st n of Gough 

Gibson Cassy, w side Painters' court s of Pitt st 

Gibson Maria, washer, Elbow lane e of Warner st 

Giddings RoUa, Sharp st n of Baltimore 

Giddings Smith, drayman, e side Market alley n of Mulberry st 

Giddings Wra. wagoner, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Gilbert Jane, washer, e side State st n of Mulberry 

Giles Harriet, St Paul st n of Franklin 

Giles Henry, sailor, L Hughes st e of Hanover 

Giles Nathan, carter, Conway st w of Howard 

Giles Richard, labourer, Conway st w of Howard 

Gilliard Charlotte, washer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Gilliard Nicholas, blacksmith, Harford avenue n ofEnsorst 

Gilmore Isaac, drayman, German st w of Greene 

Gilpin Adam, State st opp Eutaw court 

Glascow Stephen, Happy alley w side n of Wilk st 

Glascow Harriet, washer, Bottle alley e of Cove st 

Glascow Solomon, porter, s side Douglass st w of Aisquith 

Gleaves Willam, blacksmith, Salisbury st e of Canal 

Golden George, ropemaker, York st e of Sharp 

Golding J. labourer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Goldsborough W. labourer, Chestnut alley e of Pine st 



GOL 436 GRE 

Go!dsborouo;h Scipio, Harford avenue near rope walk 
Goldsbury Sarah, w side Happy alley n of Wilk si 
Goodman Susan, washer, Hull lane e ol" Forest st 
Goodwin Ephraim, porter, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 
Goodwin Elizabeth, washer, s siSe German st e of Sharp 
Goodwin James, carter. Ten foot alley e of Eden st 
Gooseberney Richard, w side Happy alley s of Bank st 
Gooseberry Richard, labourer, Wolfe st n of Wilk 
Gooseberry H. washer, w side Painters' court s of Pitt st 
Gooseberry Henry, sawyer, Sugar alley e of Hanover st 
Gooseberry J. labourer, Asbury lane near Hollins st 
Gooseberry Thomas, waiter, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Gordon Francis, labourer, Wolfe st n of Wilk 
Gordon Gilbert, Sharp st s of Saratoga 
Gordon Sarah, washer, Charles st s of Conway 
Gorsuch Charlotte, washer, eof Hillen st 
Gorsuch Aquilla, labourer, Ensor st near Monument 
Gosling Levin, labourer, New st e of Jasper 
Gough Fanny, alley rear of Middle district Watch house 
Gough Jos. e side Ann st n of Gough 
Gould Polly, Jasper st n of New 
Gould Richard, labourer, Eden st n of Bank 

Gould ' — labourer, w side Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 

Gould Robt. carter, Asbury lane near Pratt st 

Goviens Daniel, feed store, Ga\' st near Potter 

Grace Adam, Avside Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 

Grandison Charles, drayman, Forest st near Aisquith 

Grant Charles, Sharp st s of Lexington 

Grant Nancy, baker, Hughes st e of Light 

Grant Margaret, huckster, w side Canal st s of Orleans 

Grant Chas. whitewasher, e side State st n of Mulberry 

Grason Samuel, labourer, West st w of Charles 

Graves Wm. waiter, Sharp st betw Fayette and Baltimore 

Graves David, drayman, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Graves Barney, stevadore, Elbow lane w of L Greene st 

Gray Jos. shoemaker, Saratoga st 3 doors e of Holliday 

Gray Jeremiah, Labourer, Saratoga st e of Poppleton 

Gray Cesar, sawyer, s side French st e of Exeter 

Gray Samuel, labourer. Low st e of Forest 

Gray Abm. labourer. Forest st s of Douglass 

Gray Chester, labourer. Cove st s of Pratt 

Gray Richard, labourer, Burgundy alley e of L Greene st 

Gray James, labourer, L Montgomery st e of Sharp 

Gray James, labourer, s side Baltimore st w of Bond 

Grayson Eliza, washer, York st w of Hanover 

Green Thomas, huckster, rear of Greene st s of Lexington 

Green Hannah, Bounty lane e of Spring st 

Green Richard, carter, w side Strawberry alley s of Bank st 

Green Chas. labourer, w end Saratoga st 

Green Thomas, barber, 14 Light st 

Green Chas. labourer, w side Strawberry alley s of Pratt st 



GRE 437 ' GRO 



Green Benj. cook. Peach alley w of Pearl st 
Green Wm„ carter, near Presb. cenftetry, Light st 
■Green Richard, labourer, Slemmer alley s of Pratt st 
Green Fanny, washer, Union st near Ross 
Green Chas. whitewasher, w side Charles st n of Pratt 
Green Ann, basement w side Charles st 4 doors n of Pratt 
Green Joseph, porter, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 
Green Garrison, wood sawyer, Cider alley e of Eutaw st 
Green Gracey Ann, washer, e side Canal st n of Pitt 
Green Benj. labourer, Cider alley betw Howard and fLutaw sts 
Green Betsy, washer, cor Sterling and Monument sts 
Green John, sawyer. Forest st s of Douglass 
Green Allen, Perry st w of Sharp 
Green David, labourer, Barre st w of Sharp 
Green Harriet, washer, Guilford alley w of Light st 
Green John, stevadore, Montgomery st w of Light 
Green Chas. whitewasher, Sugar alley w of Light 
Green Rachel, Hanover st n of Montgomery 
Green Dr. Wm. botanic physician, Granby st near e Falls av 
Green Kitty, laundress, Lombard st w of Canal 
Green James, caulker, e side Happy alley s of Bank st 
Green Allen, porter, Girard's co-urt in or near Perry st 
Green John, mariner, e side Apple alley n of Lancaster st 
Green Margaret, washer, w side Liberty st s of German 
Greenage Eli, sawyer. Park st n of Lexington 
Greener Belinda, seamstress, Camden st € of Eutaw 
Oreenraan Henr3'-, labourer, Moore'.^ alley w of Eutaw st 
Greennick Thos. shoemaker, w side Potter st s of Gay 
Greenwood Samuel, labourer, Fayette st e of Pine 
Greenwood Jacob, drayman, e side Exeter st s of French 
Greenwood Richard, carter, L Hughes ste of Charles 
Griffin Jacob, labourer, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Griffin Chas. Low st near Aisquith 

Griffin Harriet, washer, Welcome alley w of Sharp st 
Griffin Levin, labourer. Hill st e of Howard 
Griffin Heory, Sugar alley w of Charles st 
Griffin Wm. labourer. Sugar alley w of Light st 
Griffin Geo. e side Happy alley s of Fleet st 
Griffin Mary, wtside Spring st -near Wilk 
Griffith John, whip sawyer, e side Happy alley s of Bank st 
Grinnidge Wm. coffee roaster, Haw st w of Emory 
Grissom Elijah, porter, Pierce st w of Pearl 
Grooms Jane, Raborg st e of Poppleton 
Grooms Nelson, butcher, LTnion alley e of Eden st 
Grooms Nathaniel, barber, 80 n Howard st 
Grooms Emery, Douglass st w of Forest 
Gross Henry, Sharp st s of Saratoga 
Gross Benj. cook, Patterson st near Pratt, dw Market st 
Gross Gideon, labourer. Cross st e of Johnson 
Gross Chas. waiter. Rock st n of Lexington 
Gross Philip, waiter, e side Stale sin of Mulberry 
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GRO 438 HAL 

Gross Wm. labourer, West st w of Charles 

Gross Leonard J labourer, Elbow lane e of Warner st 

Gross Saml. gardener, Sharp st n of Hill 

Gross Nancy, Perry st w of Howard 

Gross Elijah, carter, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Gross Daniel, draynnan. Welcome alley e of Sharp st 

Gross Leonard, blacksmith, Strawberry alley s of Baltimore st 

Gross John, labourer, L Hughes st e of Hanover 

Gross — — — labourer, Howard st s of Barre 

Gross Dina, washer, Montgomery st w of Light 

Gross Benj. porter, Montgomery stw of Light 

Grove Matilda, washer, e side Market alley n of Mulberry st 

Groves Jacob, labourer. Short alley near Canal st 

Guest mrs Mahala C. boarding house, 69 Pratt st cor Cypress al 

Giistus David, barber, Hollins st e of Amity 

Gustus Vincent, caulker, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Gwynn Henry, labourer. Amity st n of Baltimore 

Gwynn Wm. Sterling st n of Madison 

Gwynn Elijah, doctor, Lerew's alley s of PVanklin st 

Gwynn Sophia, washer, Harford avenue n of Aisquithst 

JUACKET Geo. A. carter. Gay st near Aisquith 

Hacket Chas. drayman, Gay st near Aisquith 

Racket Charles, drayman, Williamson alley e of Charles st 

Hacket Samuel, carter, Sterling st n of Monument 

Hacket Lydia, midwile, e side Potter st n of Pitt 

Hacket Hester, huckster. Welcome alley w of Hanover st 

Hacket Philip, labourer, Sugar alley w of Light st 

Haley Alexander, seaman^ Wilk st e of Bond 

Hall Charles, labourer. Chestnut alley e of Chatsworth st 

Hall Daniel, barber, 5 Salisbury alley 

HallElias, waiter, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

HalLEIijah, labourer, Philadelphia road near city limits 

HalrEdward, drayman, Biddle st near George 

Hall Mordecai, gardener, s side Philadelphia road near city limits. 

Hall Charles, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Hall Francis, segar maker, 60 South st 

Hall Carlos, labourer. Pierce st w of Pearl 

Hall Wm. A. tailor and scourer, 45 Lombard st 

Hall Adam, farmer, Popplelon st n of Baltimore 

Hall Evan, Baltimore st w of Schroeder 

Hall Ellen, washer, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

Hall Mackenzie, rope maker, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 

Hall Lewis, gardener, Sterling st n of Madison 

Hall Milly washer, e side Forest st s of Hull lane 

Hall • Half moon alley 

Hall Arthur, hackman. East st s of Douglass 

Hall Charles, porter, w side Painter's court s of Pitt st 

Hall Wm. seaman, Eutaw st opposite shot tower 

Hall Peter, stevadore, Eutaw st n of Lee 

Hall Gracy, boarding house, Fleet st w of Bond 



HAL 439 HAR 



Hall Horace, caulker, e side Apple alley n of Alice Anna st 

Hall Wm. labourer, Wilk st e of Eden 

Hall Joshua, e side Arfryle alley n of Alice Anna st 

Haltin Aug. labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Hambleton Sarah, washer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Hamer Mary, huckster, e side Canal st n of Silver 

Hamer Ruth, washer, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Hamer Joseph C. barber. Forest st n of Gay 

Hamilton James, labourer, Sharp st s of Lexington 

Hammond Peter, labourer, Mulberry st e of Lerew's alley 

Hammond George, waiter, Spring st s of Pratt 

Hammond Henry, mariner, Slemmer alley s of Fawn st 

Handy Preese, caulker, alley w of William st n of West 

Handy Wm. plaisterer, Jasper st s of Ross 

Handy S. labourer, Baltimore st e of Gilmor 

Hanson Lucy, washer, Gillingham alley 

Hanson Patty, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Hanson James, rear of 30 n Frederick st 

Hanson Nace, Jasper st n of Franklin 

Hanson Joseph, waiter, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Harbaugh Greenbury, waiter. State st n of Franklin 

Harden Jeremiah, waiter. Mulberry st 3 doors w of Park 

Harden Matthew, stevadore, Williamson alley e of Charles st 

Harden James, Centre st w of St Paul 

Harden Perry, labourer, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Harden Lucinda, huckster, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

Harden James, Jasper st n of Franklin 

Harden James, waiter, Ensor st near Harford avenue 

Harden Hynson, blacksmith, Hill st e of Charles 

Hardy Abby, washer, Chestnut alley e of Chatsworth st 

Hardy Phoebe, washer. Chestnut alley e of Chatsworth st 

Hardy Samuel, labourer, Asbury lane near Baltimore st 

Hardy Samuel, carier, Eutaw st n of Barre 

Harkins ■^— — drayman. Elbow lane w of Paca st 

Harman Stephen, drayman, s side Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Harman James, w side Happy alley s of Alice Anna st 

Harmy Harriet, Jasper st n of Franklin 

Harmy Belsy, Jasper st n ot Franklin 

Harris James, Jew alley near Lexington st 

Harris Elizabeth, Uhier's alley 

Harris George, mariner, Apple alley s of Lancaster st 

Harris Benjamin, barber, 18 n Howard st 

Harris Benjamin, labourer, e side State st n of Mulberry 

Harris James, whitewasher. Strawberry alley n of Gough st 

Harris John, farmer, Peters alley n of George st 

Harris James, brickmaker, St Mary's st e of Penn. avenue 

Harris Susan, wa«her, Carpenter's alley 3 doors e of Eutaw st 

Harris George, labourer, Pierce st w of Pearl 

Harris Leeds, sawyer, Mullikin st e of Long lane 

Harris Wm. drayman, Lewis st s of Orleans 

Harris wagoner, alley betvv York and Harford arenues 

running n from Madison st 



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Harris Matilda, Jasper st s of Ross 

Harris Rachel, cook. Low st e of Forest 

Harris Mary, washer, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Harris Thomas, labourer, n side Douglass st w of Forest 

Harris Sarah, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Harris Betsy, washer, w side Exeter st s of Low 

Harris Mrs. Asbury lane near Pratt st 

Harris Richard, drayman. Dover st w Eutaw 

Harris John, waiter, Perry st e of L Paca 

Harris Mary, Perry st w of Howard 

Harris Joseph, labourer. Welcome alley e of Howard st 

Harris Easter, Montgomery st w of Light 

Harris Philip, porter, Hanover st s of L Hughes 

Harris Mary C. laundress. Bank st w of Canal 

Harris Henrietta, laundress, Lombard st w of Canal 

Harris Henry, labourer, s side Salisbury st e of Canal 

Harris Rachel, w side Happy alley n of Gough st 

Harris Edward, ship carpenter, e side Spring st n of Gough 

Harrison Daniel, labourer. Sugar alley w of Light st 

Harrison Ann, Sugar alley vv of Light st 

Harrison James H. labourer, William st n of West 

Harrison Horace, labourer. Sharp st s of Hill 

Harrison Daniel, bricklayer, 88 Bond st 

Harrison Nicholas, cor Bath and Davis sts 

Harrod Perry, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Harrod Henry, washer, York st e of Sharp 

Harrody Wm. drayman, Run alley s of Saratoga st 

Harvey Henry, waiter. Lerew's alley s of Centre st 

Harvey James, Williamson alley e of Charles st 

Haskin& James, drayman. Union st near Penn. avenue 

Haskins Dafny, washer, Uhler's alley 

Haslett James, scowman, Spring st n of Baltimore 

Hatton Nancy, washer. Union st near Penn. avenue 

Hauson John, carter, Perry st w of Howard 

Hawkins Luther, labourer. Chestnut alley e of Pine st 

Hawkins Alexander, sailor, York st w of Hanover 

Hawkins Maria, washer. Pierce st e of Cove 

Hawkins Richard, sawyer, Rock st s of Saratoga 

Hawkins Clarissa, washer, e side Howard st s of Dover 

Hawkins George, wagoner, Forest st n of Douglass 

Hayburn Samuel, carter. Union st opposite Richmond market 

Hayden Basil, drayman, e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Hays Priscilla, Columbia st opposite Em.ory 

Haysen Basil, drayman, e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Hay ward Rosetta, rear of Calvert st n of Saratoga 

Hayward John, drayman, cor Bank and Eden sts 

Hazert John, carter. Short st n of Orleans * 

Hazleton Robert, stevadore, Sugar alley e of Charles st 

Heath Lucy, Marion st w of Park 

Hebrew Heasey, washer, St Mary's st e of Ross 



HEI 441 HOL 

Heiglit Wm. carter, cor Bond and Bank sts 

Helmsley Wm. labourer, w side Poiter st s of Douglass 

Hemsley Marion st \v of Park 

Hennsley Joshua, carter, Marion st e of Howard 

Hemsley Levi, tobacconist, Marion st e of Howard 

Henderson Harriet, washer, Perry st e of L Paca 

Henry Francis, labourer, alley betw Mulberry and Franklin sts 

Henry Samuel, drayman. Union st near Ross 

Henry James, drayman, Union st near Ross 

Henry Wm. labourer. Sugar alley w of Light st 

Henson Ann, washer, Davis st s of Bath 

Henson Charlotte, Jasper st near Ross 

Henson Alice, washer. Forest st s of Orleans 

Henson Joseph, drayman. East st n of Douglass 

Henson Ellen, w\isher, e side Potter st n of Pitt 

Henson John, carter. Perry st w of Howard 

Herris Stephen, painter, alley or court betw Eden and Spring sts 

Hicks Robert, sailor. Perry st e of Eutaw 

Hicks Horace, coachman, St Paul st s of Centre 

Hicks Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Hicks Charlotte, Jasper st s of Ross 

Hicks Jeremiah, labourer, alley running e from East st between 

Douglass and Pitt 
High James, carter, n side Low st w of Aisquith 
Hiland Ebenezer, cake shop, under cor Charles and Lombard sts 
Hill Edward, Welch alley near Lexington st 
Hill Thomas, drayman, Lerew's alley n ofSaratoga st 
Hill James, labourer, Eden st s of Monument 
Hill John, sawyer, Douglass st e of Forest 
Hill Thomas, seaman. Forest st n of Madison 
Hill Thos. carter, Eulaw st n of Barre 
Hill Evan, labourer, Stump alley s of Conway st 
Hill Ebon, labourer, vv side Spring st n of Gough 
Hilliard Thos- drayman, Ross st near Paca 
Hillman Saml. labourer, w side Pratt st near rail road depot 
Hilton Wm. hackman, Balderston ste of Charles 
Hiner Henry, victualler, Pitt st w of Caroline 
Hiner Samuel, butcher, Pitt st w of Caroline 
Hiner Jacob, labourer. Bond st s of Hampstead 
Hinson Milly, washer, Clay st w of Park 
Hinson James, drayman, w side Strawberry alley s of Pratt st 
Hinton Flora, washer, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st 
Hinton Abraham, labourer, Sugar alley w of Light st 
Hitchens James, stevadore, Wolfe st s of Fleet 
Hitchings Henry, caulker, Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
Hith Elizabeth, washer, w side Potter st s of French 
Hogan Rebecca, e side Poiter st n of Pitt 
Hogan Edward, labourer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Hogans Eliza, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Holland Richard, porter, Centre st w of Charles 
Holland Solomon, seaman, Ten foot alley e of Eden st 



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Holland Wm. porter, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Holland Denby, sawyer, s of West st extended 
Holley Joseph, labourer, St Mary st e of Penn. avenue 
Holley Geo. labourer, St Mary st w of Ross 
Holliday Benj. labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 
Holliday Henry, hackman, Holland st e of Eden 
Hollin Edward, drayman, Moore's alley w of Eutaw st 
Hollin Henry, labourer, Burgundy alley e of L Greene st 
HoUin Richard, caulker. Strawberry, alley n of Pitt st 
Hoilingsworth Abraham, St Paul st^i of Centre 
Hollingsworth James, sawyer. Bond st s of Hampstead 
Hollis David, labourer, cor Sterling and Monument sis 
Holmes Henry, shoemaker, German st w of Pine 
Holmes Jane, washer, Charles st s of West 
Holmes Daniel, Sharp st s of Lexington 
Holmes Allen, labourer, Charles sts°ofWest 
Hooker Tobias, white washer, Short alley near Canal st 
Hooker Ann, Short alley opposite Lewis st 
Hooper Sarah, washer, "^Perry st e of Eutaw 
Hooper Hetty, washer. Hill st e of Howard 
Hooper Geo. labourer, Hill st e of Charles 

Hooper sawyer, L Hughes st w of Hanover 

Hooper Saml. Happy alley s of Bank st 

Hooper Joshua, 1 a bo"^u re r,' Straw berry alleys of Lombard st 

Hooper Elizabeth, laundress, w side" Spring st n of Gough 

Hooper Nancy, laundress, w side Caroline st s of Wilk 

Hopkins Peter, labourer, Pierce st e ol'Cove 

Hopkins Gracy, washer, Charles st s of Conway 

Hopkins Chas. farmer, Harford avenue n ofEnsorst 

Hopkins Saml. labourer, Wilk st e of Caroline 

Horsey Hannah, 35 Lexinirton st 

Horsey Esther, washer, e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Houston John, carpenter, w side Caroline st s of Pratt 

Houston Joseph, mariner, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 

How Saml. fisher, Eden st s of*^Pitt 

How Robt. carter, w side Potter st s of Gay 

Howard Ceney, Raborg st eof Poppleton 

Howard James, Jew alley near Lexington st 

Howard James, hackman. Centre st w of Charles 

Howard Augustus, sawyer, Harford av s of Madison st 

Howard Sarah, washer, w side Canal st s of Orleans 

Howard Mary, e side Jew alley 

Howard Jacob, labourer, n side Low st w of Aisquith 

Howard Benj. sawyer, Forest st s of Douglass 

Howard Nace, labourer. Forest st n of Gay 

Howard Mary, washer, e side Potter st n of Douglass 

Howard Saml. drayman, Mechanics' court, near High and Hillen 

Howard Harriet, washer, w Pratt st extended 

Howard Milly, washer, Scott st s of Columbia 

Howard Dennis, labourer, St Peter st w of Scott 

Howard Edward, sawyer, Stump alley s of Conway st 



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Howard John, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Howe Amelia, laundress, Happy alley n of Wilk st 

Howell John, waiter, Dover st w of Eutaw 

Hubbar Betsy, e side Potter st n of Dou^^lass 

Hubbard Thos. labourer, Chestnut alley w of Pearl si 

Hubbard Henry, labourer, Harford avenue s of Madison st 

Hubbard Geo. carter, e side Potter st n of Douglass 

Hudson Maria, washer, Elbow lane w of Paca st 

Hudson Rachel, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Hughes Arthur, Sharp st s of Lexington 

Hughes Simon, blacksmith, e side Happy alley s of Wilk st 

Hughes James, sawyer, Pitt st w of Ann 

Hughes Ellen, laundress, Happy alley n of Gough st 

Hughes Sarah, e side Spring st n of Gough 

Hull Aaron, Holliday st s of Bath 

Hurd Betsy, washer, e side Howard st s of Dover 

Hutchings John, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Hutchins Mrs. washer. Chapel alley near Mulberry st 

Hutchins Samuel, drayman, Arcade alley w of Eutaw st 

Hutchins A. E. dress maker, cor Falls st and Liberty alley 

Hutchins Daniel, baker, cor Falls st and Liberty alley 

Hutchins Gilly, washer, Low st near Forest 

Hutchins Alexander, drayman, East st n of Pitt 

Hutton Wm. seaman, Lewis st n of Orleans 

Hynson John, blacksmith, L Montgomery st w of Hanover 

Hynson Joda, whitewasher, Sugar alley e of Hanover st 

Hynson Jacob, blacksmith, Fayette st betw Pine st and Run al 

Hynson Martha, washer. Perry st e of Eutaw 

Hynson John, porter, w side State st s of Mulberry ** 

J. LAND Mrs. n e cor Howard and Madison sts 

Imess Deborah, Mechanics' court near cor High and Hillen sts 

Inloe* Nathaniel, drayman, Kimmel alley n of Lexington st 

Innes Benj. sawyer, L Hughes st e of Charles 

Insley Benj. drayman, York ste of Sharp 

Irby Mrs. n side O alley 

Ireland Jesse, shoemaker, Douglass st w of Forest 

Ireland Moses, e side Apple alley s of Baltimore st 

Ireland Milly, e side Apple alley s of Ballimore st 

Irvin David, vvaiter, Madison st e of Ensor 

Isaacks Wm. caulker, Wolfe st s of Wilk 

Jack John, barber. Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 
Jackson Jas. porter, Marion st w of Park 
Jackson Debby, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Jackson Willis, shoemaker, Hamilton st e of Charles 
Jackson Thos. waiter. Union st near Ross 
Jackson Mrs. Davis st n of Franklin 
Jackson Nathan, sawyer, Pittst w of Ann 
Jackson Daniel, miller, Harford avenue s of Madison st 
Jackson Boyd, miller, Harford avenue s of Madison st 



JAC 444 JEN 



Jackson Elizabeth, Jasper st s of Ross 

Jackson Geo. shoemaker, Amos alley near High st 

Jackson Shadrack, sawyer, Douf^lass st w of Forest 

Jackson Henry, ropemaker, Ensor st 2 doors from Harford av 

Jackson Frances, washer, w side Potter st s of Douglass 

Jackson Eliza, washer, e side Potter st n of Pitt 

Jackson Wm. sailor, e side Potter st s of Low 

Jackson Mary, washer, Scott si s of Columbia 

Jackson Tobias, seaman, Perry st w of Howard 

Jackson Saml. labourer, alley n of Lee st e of Howard 

Jackson David, labourer, Wayne st w of Howard 

Jackson Erasmus, labourer, Wayne st w of Howard 

Jackson Hynson, carter, Wayne st w of Howard 

Jackson Christopher, seaman, L Hughes st w of Charles 

Jackson Thos. caulker, L Montgomery st e of Sharp 

Jackson Jacob, porter, Kimmel alley n of Lexington st 

Jackson Eliza, Howard st s of Conway 

Jackson James, caulker, e side Happy alley s of Bank st 

Jackson Jacob, ship carpenter, e side Happy alley n of Wilk st 

Jackson Wm. e side Happy alley s of Fleet st 

Jackson Abram, labourer, Strawberry alley s of Lombard st 

Jackson Randall, carter, Strawberry alley s of Lombard st 

Jackson Ann, laundress, Osbourn's court near Bath st 

Jackson Agnes, washer, Dover st w of Howard 

Jackson William, hackman, Dover st w of Sharp 

Jacob Ann, milliner, 16 Mulberry st 

Jacobs Nathaniel, Raborg st e of' Pine 

Jacobs Basil, sawyer, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 

Jacobs Henry, huckster, Lewis st s of Short alley 

Jacobs William, stevadore, Comb alley n of Hill st 

Jacobs Philip, Sugar.alley e of Charles st 

Jakes Henry, barber. Bank lane near Calvert st 

Jakes James, barber, 16^ South st dw Park stn of Madison 

Jakes Frederick, Park st n of Madison 

Jakes Alexander, baker, e side Spring st s of Pratt 

James Samuel, sawyer, Moore's alley w of Eutaw st 

James Edward, sawyer, Hamburg st Federal hill 

Jamison George, labourer, alley w of William st n of West 

Janey Anthony, brickmaker, Johnson st s of Cross 

Jarvis mrs Harry, Pierce st e of Pine 

Jefferson Thomas, labourer, cor Short st and Short alley 

Jefferson Isaac, labourer, s side Hillen st e of Forest 

Jenkins Ellen, washer, Zell alley near Mulberry st 

Jenkins B. barber, Baltimore st w of Schroeder, dw Penn. av 

Jenkins Jacob, labourer, Parkst s of Lexington 

Jenkins Abraham, labourer, Holland st w of Lewis 

Jenkins Geo. chairmaker, e side Potter st s of Low 

Jenkins Henry, drayman, Dover st w of Eutaw 

Jenkins Frisby, labourer, Barre st w of Charles 

Jenkins Andrew, sailor. Comb alley n of Hill st 

Jenkins Samuel, stevadore, Alice Anna st w of Wolfe . 



JEN 445 JOH 



Jenkins Margaret, laundress, s side Salisbury st e of Canal 

Jenkins John, labourer, w side Strawberry alley s of Wilk st 

Jenkins Wm, labourer, w side Strawberry alley s of Bank st 

Jenkins Joshua, blacksmith, w side Spring st n of Gough 

Jenkins James, mariner, Slemmer alley s of Fawn st 

Jennings Thos. Biddle st near George 

Jerome Hager, washer, ¥"ork st e of Sharp 

Jiles Henry, sawyer, w side Happy alley s of Bank st 

Johns Francis, cor Jew alley and Marion st 

Johns John, waiter, Davis st s of Franklin 

Johns Moses, "Poor old Moses," w side Potter st s of French 

Johns Isaac, labourer, Elbow lane w of Warner st 

Johns Richard, waiter, Girard's court in or near Perry st 

Johnson Thomas, Raborg st e of Pine 

Johnson Stanley, Marion st w of Park 

Johnson Thos. whitewasher, Marion st e of Howard 

Johnson dress maker, Holliday st s of Bath 

Johnson Saml. Sharp st near Baltimore 

Johnson Charles, caulker, w side Spring st s of Gough 

Johnson Abby, washer. Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Johnson Peter, stevadore. Peach alley w of Pearl st 

Johnson Job, labourer, Chatsworth st s of Franklin 

Johnson Philip, shoe mender. Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Johnson Horace, porter. Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Johnson Isaac, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Johnson Saml. porter, Sarah Ann st e of Poppleton 

Johnson Jerry, labourer, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Johnson Robert, drayman, Biddle alley near Ross st 

Johnson Robt. D. shoemaker, Davis st n of Bath 

Johnson Cecelia, washer, Davis st n of Bath 

Johnson Jane, Baltimore st w of Schroeder 

Johnson Wm. Baltimore st w of Schroeder 

Johnson Frederick, labourer, Baltimore st e of Gilmor 

Johnson Wm. drayman, Lerew's alley n of Mulberry st 

Johnson Nelson, whitewasher, Park st s of Saratoga 

Johnson Mrs. cor Canal st and Short alley 

Johnson Edward, porler, Lewis st n of Orleans 

Johnson Philip, fisher, Lewis st n of Orleans 

Johnson Gassy, washer, Lewis st n of Orleans 

Johnson Patience, washer, Lewis st n of Mullikin 

Johnson Chas. drayman, Lewis st n of Mullikin 

Johnson Wm. labourer. Short st s of Short alley 

Johnson Isaac, blacksmith. Short alley near Canal st 

Johnson Maria, washer, alley betw Aisquith and Sterling sts. s 

from Madison 
Johnson James, shoemaker, Jasper st n of New 
Johnson Susan, washer, Jasper st s of New 
Johnson Wm. Johnson st near Ross 
Johnson James, Penn. avenue opp Hoffman st 
Johnson Wm. sawyer. Bank lane near Aisquith st 
Johnson Henry, Low st w of Aisquith 

2M 



JOH 446 JOH 



Johnson Robert, waiter. Low st e of Forest 
Johnson Samuel, labourer, Hull lane e of Forest st 
Johnson Abraham, farmer, Hull lane e of Forest st 
'Johnson Wm. drayman, Hull lane w of Aisquith st 
Johnson Hetty, Douglass st w of Aisquith 
Johnson Henry, clothes dealer, Ensor st near Madison 
Johnson Charily, washer, n e cor Sterling and Monument sis 
Johnson John, labourer, e side Forest st s of Hull lane 
Johnson Geo. shoemaker, East st n of Douglass 
Johnson Dolly, washer, w side East st n of Douglass 
Johnson James H. coachman, Potter st n of Douglass 
Johnson Toby, labourer, Arch al. w side Potter st s of Douglass 
Johnson Sarah, Painters' court, w of Exeter st s of Pitt 
Johnson Benj. sailor, Painters' court, w of Exeter st s of Pitt 
Johnson Nicholas, carter, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Johnson Miniy, e side Potter st n of Douglass 
Johnson James, labourer, w side Strawberry alley n of Gouffh st 
Johnson James, labourer, e side Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
Johnson Wm. carter, e side Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
Johnson Thos. stevadore, Slemmer alley n of Stiles st 
Johnson Wm. labourer, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 
Johnson Wm. carter. Hog alley e of Spring st 
Johnson Marg. Jane, Osbourn's court near Bath st 
Johnson Henry, shoemaker, s side Hawk st 
Johnson Edward, barber, dw s end McElderry's wharf 
Johnson Julia Ann, washer, French lane 
Johnson D. labourer, alley e side Charles st s of Camden 
Johnson Wm. Perry st w of Howard 
Johnson Jane, washer, Perry st w of Howard 
Johnson Servin, drayman, Dover st e of Eutaw 
Johnson Edward, labourer, Dover st e of Eutaw 
Johnson Adam, furniture carman, s side Lombard st w of Light 
Johnson Nathan, whitewasher, s side Lombard st w ot Light 
Johnson Sarah, Painters' court, 1 door s of Pilt st w of Exeter 
Johnson Saml. labourer, State st n of Franklin 
Johnson Rachel, huckster, Necessity alley 
Johnson John, carter, w side Exeter st n oi Gay 
Johnson Rich. R. furniture carman, e side Liberty st s of French 
Johnson Jesse, labourer, f5t Peter st w of Scott 
Johnson Fanny, washer, Dover st w of Eutaw 
Johnson Aquilla, carter, Columbia st opp Emory 
Johnson Wm. stevadore. Elbow lane w of L Greene st 
Johnson Philissa, washer, Perry st e of L Paca 
Johnson Samuel, labourer, Eutaw st n of Lee 
Johnson Mager, cook, Conway st w of Howard 
Johnson Maria, washer, do do 

Johnson Wm. Perry st w of Howard 
JoliLison Cassandra, washer. Welcome al w of Sharp st 
Johnson Wra. porter, Wayne st w of Howard 
Johnson Ann E. washer, L Hughes st e of Charles 
Johnson Frank, drayman, L Hughes st w of Hanover 



JOH 447 JON 



Johnson James, carter, Suorar al e of Hanover st 
Johnson Jesse, stevadore, Suo;ar al w of Light st 
Johnson Josephj stevadore, Williamson al e of Charles -st 

Johnson , labourer, Cross st w of Johnson 

Johnson Henry, drayman, Charles st n of West 

Johnson James, blacksmith, Leadenhall st 

Johnson Lewis, barber, Howard st s of Conway 

Johnson Samuel, drayman, Howard st s of Barre 

Johnson Henry, carter, cor Wilk st and Strawberry alley 

Johnson Charles, labourer, Bank st e of Ann 

Johnson Rachel, Block st vv of Wills 

Johnson Eliza, Granby st near E Falls av 

Johnson Rachel, Happy al w side n of Lancaster 

Johnson Thomas, Happy al w side s of Alice Anna st 

Johnson Mrs. Henny, Happy al w side s of Wilk st 

Johnson Robert, Happy al w side n of Gough 

Johnson Ann, washer, Girard's court near P€rry st 

Johnson Edward, barber. Market st n of Lancaster, dw McEl- 

derry's wharf 
Johnson John, labourer, e side Spring st n of Wilk 
Johnson Lydia, Apple al e side n of Lancaster st 
Johnson Robert, baker, Caroline st e side n of Gough st 
Johnson Nathan, labourer. Bond st w side s of Bank 
Johnson Edward, carter, e side Strawberry al s of Bank st 
Johnson George C. shoemaker, East st n of Douglass 
Johnson Henry, shoemaker, Hawk st e of Market space 
Johnson & Brown, whitewashers and wall colorers, corner of 

Painter's court, € of Pittst 
Joteston Prez. drayman, Madison st w of Sterling 
Jones Henry, waiter, Fayette st betvv Pine st and Run alley 
Jones John, drayman, cor Raborg st and Run alley 
Jones Wm. tavern, 19 Saratoga st 
Jones David, Jew alley near Lexington st 
Jones Juliet, Welch al near Lexington st ; 

Jones Violet, Saratoga st av of Schroeder 
Jones Elizabeth, Clay st e of Park 
Jones N. F. sawyer, St Mary st w of Ross 
Jones Samuel, labourer, Pierce st e of Cove 
Jones David, labourer^ Pearl st n of Fayette 
Jones Gideon, carpenter, Union al e of Eden st 
Jones Levin, drayman, Mullikin st n of Fairmount 
Jones Harriet, washer. Monument st w of Eden 
Jones Joshua, caulker, Madison st w of Sterling 
Jones Margaret Ann, washer, e side Canal st n of Pitt 
Jones Rebecca, washer, Short st s of Short alley 
Jones Charles, caulker, do do do 

Jones Joseph, waiter, Short st s of Jefferson 
Jones Benjamin, scavinger, Douglass st w of Potter 
Jones Andrew, porter, Douglass st w of Forest 
Jones Henry, washer, Douijiass st w of Aisquith 
Jones Julia, Ensor st n of Madison 



JON 448 KEY 

Jones Clementine, washer, Mott st n of Gay 
Jones Harriet, washer, Forest st n of Douglass 

Jones , East st n of Douglass 

Jones Henry, ropemaker, w side East st n of Douglass 

Jones Charlotte, e side Exeter st s of French 

Jones Dennis, e side Exeter st s of Frencli 

Jones Hannah, Asbury lane near Hollins st 

Jones Thomas, labourer, Elbow lane w ofWarner st 

Jones Ellison, labourer, Guilford al w of Light st 

Jones James, labourer, Hill st e of Howard 

Jones Henry, labourer. Sugar al w of Light st ' 

Jones Henry, sawyer, do do do 

Jones Rachel, Williamson al e of Light st 

Jones George, labourer, Cross st e of Johnson 

Jones George, sailor, Johnson st s of West 

Jones Mitchell, labourer. Stump al s of Conway st 

Jones Isaac, drayman, Howard st s of Barre 

Jones Joseph, cheese dealer, 17 Thames st 

Jones Elijah, sawyer, Lancaster st w of Ann 

Jones Fanny, huckster, cor Granby st and E Falls av 

Jones Ann, laundress, Lombard st w of Canal 

Jones John A. barber, n side Baltimore st e of High 

Jones Washington, labourer. Star al n of Fleet st 

Jones Richard, caulker, Wolfe st s of Fleet 

Jones John W. Happy al e side n of Lancaster st 

Jones Thomas, Ann st e side s of Gough 

Jones David, Ann st e side s of Gough 

Jones Robert, w side Argyle a! s of Fleet st 

Jones George, labourer, e side Strawberry al s of Lombard st 

Jones James, labourer, e side Spring st n of Gough 

Jones Thomas, ostler, Osbourn's court near Bath st 

Jones Wm. sawyer, w side Light st n of Cross 

Jesse Sarah, huckster, w side Potter st 7 doors s of Low st 

Jordan John, cabinet maker, w side Potter st n of Low 

Jordon Benjamin, labourer, e side Bond st w of Pratt 

K.EENER Biddy, huckster, Saratoga st e of Pearl 
Keener James, labourer, St Mary st w of Ross 
Kees Henry, oysterman, Low st w of Potter 
Keets Daniel, caulker, 72 Argyle al n of Fleet st 
Keith Charles, caulker, Happy al s of Wilk st 
Kell David, stevadore, Leadenhall st 
Kelly Moses, Jasper st near Eutavv meeting house 
Kemp Joseph, labourer, Conway st w of Howard 

Kemper , sawyer, Hull lane e of Forest st 

Kennard Nicholas, labourer, w side Caroline st s of Lombard 

Kent Hester, washer, Potter st s of Douglass 

Kent Wm. labourer. Sugar al e of Charles st 

Kent Hester, Arch al w side Potter st betw Douglass and Pitt 

Keys Frances Ann, huckster, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Keys Minta, e side Potter st n of Pitt 



KEY 449 LEE 

Keys James, sawyer, Happy al e side n of Wilk st 

Keys Anna, huckster, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Keys Vachel, Concord st betw Pratt and Lombard 

Kiam John, sawyer, Douglass st e of Forest 

Kim Ellen, washer, Saratoga st w of Greene 

King Ruth, washer, Scott st n of West 

King Mary, washer, Johnson st s of Cross 

King Dorcas, Spring st e of Wilk 

King Arthur, hackraan, s side Carpenter's al betw Howard and 

Eutaw sts 
Knight Solomon, labourer, Biddle al near Ross st 

^ IjABAR Eli, hackman, 40 Park st 
' Lacount James, labourer, Strawberry al s of Wilk st 
Laddy Moses, labourer, Scott st s of Columbia 
Lame Granny, w side Caroline st s of Lombard 
Landrick Mary, washer, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 
Landsay Ann washer, Howard st s of Barre 
Lane Abrm. coachman, L Pleasant st betw Charles and Park sts 
Lane Benjamin, carpenter, Biddle al near Ross st 
Lanzy Nathan, barber, cor Baltimore and Spring sts 
Lanzay Catharine, washer, L Pleasant st near Chapel al 
La Pratt John B. barber, Eutaw st opp New Market engine h. 
Lard Richard, porter. East st n of Douglass 
Larkins James, carter, Jasper st s of Ross 
Larks Alex. Lerew's al s of Centre st 
Lasher Lewis, Marion st near Lexingtoa 
Lawrence Richard, whitewasher. Hill st e of Charles 
Lawrence Hercules, sawyer, Happy al e side n of Wilk 
Lazier Lewis, w side Jew alley 
Lebrant Mary, seaj;nstress, Pitt st w of Canal 
Le Count David, mariner, Apple al n of Wilk st 
Lee Wm, W. barber, nGay st near Baltimore, dwEastst betw 

Douglass an-d Pitt 
Lee Charles, labourer, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
Lee Henry^ waiter. Centre st w of Charles 
Lee Philip, porter, Howard st s of Barre 
Lee Daniel, labourer, St Mary st w of Ross 
Lee Wm. drayman. Pierce st w of Pearl ^ 

Lee Philip, drayman, Run al n of Fayette st 
Lee Caesar, drayman Lerew's al n of Saratoga 
Lee Edward, engineer, e side Canal st n of Silver 
Lee Sampson, whitewasher, Shmt st n of Orleans 
Lee Joseph, stevadore, do do 

Lee Rev. Levin, Short st s of Jefferson 
Lee James, labourer. Spring st n of Baltimore 
Lee Samuel, Jasper st near Ross 

Lee Jacob, sexton Asbury chapel, Douglass st e of East 
Lee Nancy, washer, e side Sterling st n of Monument 
Lee Rebecca, washer. Forest st s of Douglass 
Lee Isaac, carter, Painter's court w of Exeter st s of Pitt 
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LEE 450 LOU 

Lee Wni. labourer, w side Strawberry al n of Pratt st 

Lee Julia Ann, w side Painter's court s of Pitt st 

Lee Charles, w side Apple al n of Pratt st 

Lee Lloyd, seaman, Conway st e of Hanover 

Lee Abrani, carter, w side Apple al n of Lombard st 

Lee Nancy, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Lee Rachel, laundress, Lombard st w of Canal 

Legason Rachel, washer. Elbow lane w of Paca st 

Lego Jeremiah, drayman, Jew al near Lexington st 

Lemmon James, drayman, Allen al w of Gousrh st 

Lemmons Wm. labourer, e side Canal st n of Silver 

Lemmons John, carter, w side Potter si 3 doors s of Douglass 

Leonard Robert, labourer, Leadenhall st 

Lester John, labourer, York st w of Hanover 

Lester Arthur, labourer, York st w of Hanover 

Letherberry Levin, labourer, Leadenhall st 

Levy Matilda, washer, Potter st n of Hillen 

Lewis Matilda, washer, Clay st w of Park 

Lewis John, labourer, Union st near Ross 

Lewis Salleurs, seamstress. Park st s of Saratoga 

Lewis John, labourer, alley betw Harford and York av running 

n from Madison st 
Lewis Thomas, brickmaker, Jasper st s of Ross 
Lewis Peter, Jasper st near Ross 
Lewis Andrew, blacksmith, Elbow lane w of Paca st 
Lewis Andrew, waiter, Granby st near E Falls av 
Lewis Joseph, caulker, Happy al s of Wiik st 
Lewis Rose, w side Apple al s of Alice Anna st 
Lewis John, caulker, w side Strawberry al n of Gough st 
Lillet E. washer, Union st near Penn av 
Limas John L. Sharp st n of Lexington • 
Limas Maria, washer, L Pleasant st near Chapel alley 
Lindenbercrer Daniel, labourer, Asbury lane near Hollins st 
Linsram Julia Ann, washer, Ensor st n of Madison 
Linker Elizabeth, washer. Mulberry st w of State 
Lively James, blacksmith, w side Potter st s of Low 
Lively Elizabeth, washer, e side Potter at n of Pitt 
Lloyd Wm. Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
Lockerman Nathan, sawyer, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Lockman Thomas, whip sawyer, w side Spring st n of Gough 
Locks mrs Chaney, e side Apple al n of Wilk st 
Locks Diana, e side Apple al n of Wilk st 
Locks Stephen, labourer, w side Strawberry al s of Bank st 
Lodge Moses, manner, Hammond al w of Caroline st 
Loraax David, caulker, Fleet st e of Bond 
London James P. waiter, w side East st s of Doufflass 
Long Cato, gardener, alley betw Caroline and Sprinsrsts 
Louden Priscilla, laundress, w side Spring st s of Wilk 
Lougherman David, Happy al s of Alice Anna st 
Louis Joseph, hair dresser, 49 Thames st. dw Happy al betw 
Wilk and Fleet sts 



LOV 451 MAN 



Love Thomas, mariner. Fleet st w of Bond 
Loveday Perry, drayman, Eutaw st n of Barre 
Low David, porter, L Sharp st n of Lexington 
Low Peter, labourer, Lerew's al s of Centre st 
Lowe Susan Ann, washer, Park st s of Saratoga 
Lowe Charles, barber, Dover st eof Paca 
Lowry Priscilla, washer, e side Potter st s of Low 
Lowry Hanson, waiter, Osbourne's court near Bath st 
Lucas Henry, hackman, Dover st e of Howard 
Lucas Joshua, brickmaker, n of West st w of Charles 
Lucas Thomas, labourer, Charles st s of West 
Lyles Greenburg, farmer, Peiers's al n of George st 
Lynch Benjamin, straw cutter, Belle Air road 
Lynch Cassy, washer, German st opp Pine 
Lynch Margaret, Clay st w of Park 
Lynch Catharine, washer. Perry st e of Eutaw 
Lynch Henry, washer, Ross st opp Paca 
Lynn Remus, labourer, Hill st e of Charles 
Lyon Daniel, tanner, Union st near Penn av 
Lyus James, tanner, Union st near Penn av 

JtIACK Alfred, labourer, Lewis st s of Orleans 

Mackey Nelson, mariner, Court betw Eden and SprinsT sts 

Mackery Wm. caulker, Fleet st e of Bond 

Macy Sina, cook, Charles st s of West 

McCabe John, labourer. Union st near Ross 

McCabe Solomon, barber, Camden st w of Light 

McCabe Solomon, barber, w Pratt st e of Charles 

McKabe Nancy, washer, Mechanics' court near cor High and 

Maden George, labourer, Potter st near the bend [Hillen sts 

Maden John, labouBer, e side Exeter st n of Gay 

Maddon Peter, labourer, Chesnut al w of Pearl st 

Maddox Charles, sawyer, Scott sf s of Columbia 

Maddox Wm. labourer. Carpenter's al w of Eutaw st 

Maddox Spencer, blacksmith, Conway st e of Cove 

Maddox Geo. H. labourer, Charles st s of West 

Maddox Catharine, washer, Charles st s of West 

MaddoJt Henry, labourer, Richmond st e of Tyson 

Magee A. 137 n Paca st 

Mahand Daniel, Hull lane w of Aisquith st 

Mahorn Geo. porter, Chesnut al w of Pearl st 

Mainyard Adeline, rear of 55 Saratoga st e of Howard 

Maize John, labourer, Happy al e side s of Bank 

Makal Milcha, alley rear of Union st rear of Penn av 

Maiden John L. Sharp st s of Lexincrton 

Maloney Nathaniel, carter, Biddle al near Ross st 

Mallary Henry, Jasper st n of New 

Manns Ranika, labourer, Union st near Penn av 

Mansfield L. washer, n side Lombard st 4 doors e of Hanover 

Manus Scipio, labourer, Chesnut al w of Chatsvvorth st 

Manyan Henry, drayman, Perry st e of Eutaw 



MAR 452 McL 



Marberry Elizabeth, washer^ Columbia st w of Scott 

Mariner Jacob, seaman, Guilford al e of Charles st 

Marshall Chesterfield, coachman, Clay st w of Liberty 

Marshall John, whitewasher, French st near Bath 

Marshall Harriet, Cliesnut al w of Pearl st 

Marshall John, whitewasher, Centre st near Bath 

Marshall James, labourer, Baltimore st opp Pearl 

Marshall Sydnv, carter, Forest st n of Madison 

Martin Jane, nurse, St Mary st w of Ross 

Martin Wm. scowman, Spring